“don't miss the best live music in the North!”
Originally called McCarthy Hall, the building was constructed by Alanso McCarthy in 1875. It was a billiard hall that served “intoxicating beverages.” As a male-only establishment, the Sampling Room offered enticing items such as cigars, wines, and liquors to customers. Serving a wide array of guests from around the world since 1910, including the legendary Ernest Hemingway. Surviving prohibition and volatile Northern Michigan winters, the City Park Grill is rich with history, but the menu is absolutely contemporary. Don't miss the best live music in the North.
Wide variety of food on the menu. Great drink, wine & beer lists.
They have only table seating - no booths. You can sit at the bar, hightop or regular table. They have a couple of tables for 6. Iced tea is very good. We ordered 5 cheese penna with chicken and got a homemade biscuit too. It was crumbly but good. My husband and I split the pasta and they split it in the kitchen, which was nice. We asked for parmasean and got shaved fresh cheese! I was surprised. It was very good and a half order was plenty for me. They were very good at getting us more biscuits and tea. Good service.
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City Park Grill
- Sun - Thu: 11:30 am - 9:00 pm
- Fri, Sat: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm
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