Restaurants in South Haven
500 Phoenix St.
A favorite of ours, Clementine’s is a restaurant with great
pastas, steaks, fish, chicken… you name it. Gushing with
history, the walls are covered with old photographs and
memorabilia representing South Haven’s vast history. Occupying
the old Citizen’s Bank building, complete with old style wood
trimming and a saloon style bar, we make it a point to have
dinner here at least once per visit to South Haven.
Golden Brown Bakery & Cafeteria
421 Phoenix St.
Located in the downtown shopping area, you can trust that
everything in this bakery is made from scratch. You can tell
with one glance, one smell, or one taste. Even the custard they
use is made from scratch. Baking in South Haven for over thirty
years, you can get fresh baked breads, cookies, cakes, or
pastries, and grab a coffee, tea or Italian soda while you
continue your walk through town making your way to the
402 Phoenix St.
We have only been here for the Sunday morning buffet, but
whenever we are in town, we try to come for the Sunday morning
buffet. All the basics plus a freshly prepared omelet or waffle
straight from the grill to your plate.
407 Phoenix St
The local greasy spoon, about five minutes walking distance
from the beach. Great breakfasts, lunches and dinners,
including a Sunday morning breakfast buffet, are available all
year round. So is the eclectic choice of ice creams and
desserts. Why go to a big chain for your treats when you can
get the real deal right here?
7317 North Shore Dr.
403 Phoenix St
Bear Claw Coffee Company
515 Williams St. At Old Harbor Inn
561 Huron St.
North Side Memories Deli
112 Dyckman Ave.
Phoenix Street Café
524 Phoenix St.
176 Blue Star
529 Phoenix St.