This coming Thursday, December 3rd, the dining services at the Lodge will begin operating for the winter season.
The dining services closed November 2nd to allow the Lodge team to take a break after a busy summer and fall season, as well as to do our semi-annual cleaning of the kitchen and dining room. After a month break, the team is ready to open up to our lodging guests and the general public for the winter season. We look to start slow in the beginning of December, and then ramp up mid-December to be ready for the holidays and the new year.
Initially our dining services will only be via take-out, as we are currently under an executive order in Michigan until December 8th that does not allow dine-in activities. All take-out services will be offered at the Little Cabin Cafe service counter, and facial coverings are to be worn inside the Lodge building.
If the executive order is not extended past December 8th, we look to be able to offer dine-in opportunities starting Thursday, December 10th. As with the summer / fall season, our tables are spaced out more than 7 feet apart (for social distancing), and facial coverings are to be worn when ever you are are not seated and eating/drinking.
The bar has been closed all this year, and will continue to be closed. We do offer alcoholic beverages with one’s meal, be it take-out or dine-in.
The Lodge is now a year-round resort, and as such, winter lodging and outdoor activities are available. The Lodge will have snow-shoeing and cross-country ski trails available to lodging guests and the general public. The dining services will be supporting winter outdoor activity enthusiasts with take-out food that will be available at the Little Cabin Cafe, and dine-in (once the dine-in services are allowed).
As with the summer and fall dining activities, the take-out and dine-in menus will be posted on our web site each week.