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The Cabbage Shed is a water front pub that has the character and flavor of an "up north" establishment. There are fresh, local food items including our fish tacos, and 1/2 lb. Shed Burger. Live music is a staple on Friday and Saturday nights. Our waterfront patio and tikki bar allows for boat access. Having a wedding, party or event here will bring family and friends together for a party you'll never forget! Memories are made here, and you'll always want to be at "The Shed".
Dinner, Late Night
Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Television, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Wheelchair Accessible, Live Music, Waterfront
We were a little leery of eating inside, since the outside seating was full. However, we were seated in a large room with only one other couple. When we almost completed with our meal, other people were seated, but they sat far away from us,...for which we were pleased. Our server was great and gave very good recommendations. The Michigan Cherry Pork Ribeye was very good and the Blackened Fish Tacos were excellent!!!More
With a nice varied menu, this place has lots to offer from sandwiches and nice entrees for meat and fish choices.
The servers are extremely nice and the setting is special located on a bay close to Lake Michigan.
Indoor and outside seating is available...with distancing and masks required except when eating.More
After 51 years, I finally made it back to Frankfort. It seems Frankfort has become a place for great food. Met at this place for dinner on Friday night July 24, 2020. The food was great and everyone in our party of 12 had a...great experience. So good, we decided to return again on Sunday night! Without a doubt, try the Borscht soup. It is hearty and oh so yummy!!!More
As Tom has mentiioned in his review, the name of the restaurant comes from its history. First thing we noticed was the very tiny parking lot, but there is plenty of parking right across the street as well. There are stairs or a wheelchair ramp...to get in, making the use of my cane much easier.
Once inside, the outside isn't really anything to look at, it brings back memories of the old style saloon, but without the drunk people falling off the stools. It is laid-back, but with a host or hostess to seat you in one of the many different seating accomodations. Ours seemed to have been small wooden church pews, with carvings in the wood of all those who have ever sat in/on them. If you look hard enough, you may find an Abe Lincoln carving.
As dated as it was inside, the food is not. It is great food with their own Cabbage Shed twist. Our server was Angel and she was a delight to talk to and make suggestions on what we should have. The prices seemed a little high when we first saw them and looked around the place, since it seemed like a place that would have burgers and fries, but when our order came it was well worth the cost. Portions were large, and the food was delicious and well worth the money.
There is a bar and tv, so a quick beer/drink is available here. There was karaoke books on the tables and a small stage for a band, and a pool table in another room. This is family friendly with food for kid's taste as well.More
The quaint name of this restaurant comes from the building's history as a storage
place for local produce before shipping. When you enter, it looks like a down home bar, but that is deceptive. It has that comfortable, down home atmosphere, but is a very...fine restaurant, with a wide ranging menu. Part of the ambiance is the spirit of the staff. A server sat down with us at our table to give us some history of the place: service was casual, friendly and offered very well. There is outdoor waterfront seating, depending on weather. And the food was simply good. I would gladly return.More