Glen Lake Restaurant Week marks fifth year

From staff reports

Don’t miss this fifth annual foodie event in Leelanau County from April 26-May 4. Glen Lake Restaurant Week offers an array of options, “from French Fries to French Cuisine,” boasting something for everyone with a variety of dining options around the greater Glen Arbor area.

This year, the Glen Lake Chamber welcome Nonna’s at The Homestead back to the lineup, and some new participants joining the event: Cherry Public House located at Cherry Republic in Glen Arbor, Broomstack Kitchen & Taproom in Maple City and Glen Arbor Wines on S. Lake Street in Glen Arbor offering pours of wine or cider and catered light-eats.

Make sure to book your reservations and follow the Facebook page @eatglenarbor for event updates, photos and the special event menus.

Restaurants will offer their own 3-course, prix fixe menus from $25-35 for unique and mouth-watering experiences. Participants include: Art’s Tavern, Blu, Broomstack Kitchen & Taphouse, Cherry Public House, Trattoria Funistrada, Glen Arbor Wines, Nonna’s at The Homestead, La Becasse and Western Avenue Grill.

Visit for event details and restaurant contact info/addresses, a local business directory, places to stay and other things to do while in Glen Arbor.