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“if walls could talk this is an inexhaustible source of history”
If walls could talk! Present owners Chip and Claudia Lorenger wish this were true, The Horton Bay General Store would be an inexhaustible source of history and folklore for not only the region, but of the world thanks to Ernest Hemingway. Today the store continues to evolve. In addition to the B&B upstairs, a tavern in the back of the store with its garden patio has become a coveted treasure of the region. Breakfast and lunch is served 7 days a week. Enjoy a real malted at the soda fountain! The tapas served on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday is becoming a reservation-only event due to the limited seating. We do not “turn the tables” -- it is yours for the evening.
Thank you Chip and staff for an amazing experience last night. We were celebrating a 50th birthday and had 11 people. Chip was so accommodating our large loud group. We handed over the menu and... Read more
In a tucked away corner of Horton Bay is a quaint store which also serves shareable meals several nights a week. After seeing their sign we called and made reservations for Saturday night. We... Read more
Our family has been frequenting food Chip has been putting out since he opened up a Deli in Boyne City way back when. We have been enjoying the Tapas dinners at The Horton Bay General Store (aka... Read more
Horton Bay General Store
- Sun: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Mon, Thu - Sat: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
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