Friday or Saturday afternoon is a great time for me to hit my favorite neighborhood pub and have a few beers or drinks. Also to unwind or maybe get a bite to eat. I have a few I enjoy like the Nuthouse in Downtown Lansing or Arts Pub.

Sometimes I like to get out of my neck of the woods and hit Front 43 or Landshark in East Lansing.  Also, enjoy heading out to the Williamston Roadhouse to watch the MSU game.

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New Pub in Webberville

Well now we have a new watering hole to try, Mitchell's Pub and Grill is now open in downtown Webberville, find it at 108 W. Grand River Ave., just in time for homecoming weekend according to fox47news.com

Mitchell’s Pub and Grill has 3 proprietors Travis Nack, his cousin John and his wife, Kaitlynn.  I think I will stop by and say hello to these folks some time and check it out.

The 3 are from the Webberville area and are ready to bring some fun back into the community.

I’m from the small town of Webberville,” Nack said. “This was an excellent opportunity for us to invest some of our hard-earned savings to bring it back to the community and get people involved again and really have something to offer that everybody can come to as a small town, local watering hole.

 

What Kind Of Food? Let's Eat

Every Friday they have a Fish Fry, yum. Dinners feature walleye and pollock which is a local favorite.  If you are a pizza fan like me I hear they are terrific. You can also try an oven-baked sub.

There you have it, let's welcome the area's newest pub. Mitchell's pub is open Tuesday through Saturday from 4 to 9 p.m. or until the last person finishes their drink. Cheers!

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