“authentic Polish cuisine for over 90 years”
Proudly serving Northern Michigan's most authentic Polish cuisine for over 90 years. We look forward to your visit - Dziekujemy! Did you see us on TV? LEGS INN was just featured on UTR: Under The Radar Michigan (Episode 310) -- a fast paced, modern, weekly program that explores the best of Michigan. The object is to discover the people, places and things that are unique about Michigan. Cross Village, once a thriving fishing and lumber town, is located on the northwestern tip of Michigan's Lower Peninsula. As one of the oldest settlements in the State of Michigan, Cross Village's rich history has strong ties to the Native American Ottawa Indians. Early historical accounts indicate that Father Jacques Marquette, the famous French Jesuit who endeared himself to the Native Indian population of Northern Michigan, planted a huge white cross on a bluff overlooking Lake Michigan before his death in 1675. Today, a replica of this cross stands at the edge of the bluff and is visible off the shore, far into Lake Michigan. As late as 1787, as many as twenty tribes populated the region and met here around tribal council fires. To the Indians who populated the numerous historic missions in the area, Cross Village was known as the "Land of the Cross." To the French, this region was known as L'Arbre Croche; to the Ottawas, it was called "Wau-gaw-naw-ke-ze"; and to the White man at the time, it was simply known as "Land of the Crooked Tree."
The Legs Inn at Cross Village is one part architectural gem, one part great restaurant, and one part stunning place to catch the sunset. It's open seasonally so call first to see if open.
Wonderful food, AMAZING view.....so worth the drive!
Disappointed. Is only Nov 4 and is closed for the season.
Beautiful and unique, outstanding place to grab a bite to eat. Loved the traditional polish dessert!
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