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COrner of South Huron and Catherine st. in Ypsilanti
Parking: limited parking in rear Ample on street parking on washington Street 1 block away

Restaurant Details

"Discover the exceptional value of a Sunday luncheon in the extraordinary 18th Century tavern located in The Queen’s Residence Bed and Breakfast. The 1700’s New England traveler’s tavern was a gift to the house from Henry Ford. Chef Chad Clay of Cady’s Grill is catering the splendid period lunches, while Kay Brown enchants you with her Celtic Harp. From the moment you enter the Wild Turkey Tavern you will be awed by its history and ambiance. The communal dining and intimacy of the tavern lends itself to inspired conversation. As you are getting to know your tablemates, the staff will serve you. Expect a hearty stew, shepherds pie or other period main course, topped off by Chef Chad’s bread pudding or cobbler. Continue to delight your senses and take the walking tour of the Historic South Side. Then visit The Rocket on Main Street, a fun retro gadget and candy store, and the Riverside Arts Center Art Gallery on Huron Street. For a real treat, make your way over to historic Depot Town. There you will find the antique firehouse museum, automobile museum and antique and gift stores."

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Payment Type: Master Card, Personal Checks, Visa

Capacity: 20

Entertainment: live music during lunch



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