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EXCELLENT, moist, fried, crispy fish dinner comes with a salad bar that is served on a cart to your table. Salads - bean, cole slaw, beets, horseradish jello, and pickle tray are fresh and tasty. The venue is ancient and probably hasn't been changed in...More
We usually eat in the Summer Dining Room where the menu selections for both food and beverages offer an excellent variety of each. The specialty of course is Lake Erie Perch in several offerings. The semi-formal style of the dining room is very attractive and...More
My wife and I stayed at the 70 year old Erie Beach Hotel for 2 nights. One night was part of a theatre/dinner/hotel package. The other night we paid by ourselves.
They do have plenty of parking for the hotel guests. Parking spaces are at...More
My family and I came to Erie Beach for dinner. It is a family style restaurant. So most food is meant for sharing and comes on a large plate. We had one server for drinks and one for food which I thought was great because...More
Great location at the beach. Great food. Great service. But need's a little loving. Had an early dinner at the Cover Room. Five of us in total. First timers. We were seated at this huge table in the middle of the room. Salads and veggie...More
Hello. We are 6 to 8 gentlemen pedal bike riders. We are interested in mid week, late May 2016. Two to a room, in single beds works for us. Wish to have breakfast and dinner provided. Per person per day cost please. Two night stay.
None smoking, no animals, we would no doubt have wine and beer post riding. Limited reasonable intake.
November 22, 2015|
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I agree definitely check with the hotel it is only 18 rooms. Be a good place for you to stay though for your pedal group. They have a full bar and two restaurants, serving basically same food put the upstairs more casual... More
I agree definitely check with the hotel it is only 18 rooms. Be a good place for you to stay though for your pedal group. They have a full bar and two restaurants, serving basically same food put the upstairs more casual one is less expensive and very convivial. I would get on checking with the Erie Beach quickly.
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Are there any discounts for hotel and tickets to the LIghthouse Theatre playhouse?