Cherie Inn

★★★☆☆
  • 969 Cherry St SE

    Grand Rapids, MI 49506

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  • 616-458-0588

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Mon. CLOSED;Tue. - Sun. 7am - 3am

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I worked there in the 80's that is not stickley furniture! Until Ted novakowski and Charle Melberg took that place over in the 80's it couldn't serve slop out of a bucket!. Please! The oldest restaurant in Grand Rapids was the Schnitz! That You-tube video has to go!

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I worked there in the 80's that is not stickley furniture! Until Ted novakowski and Charle Melberg took that place over in the 80's it couldn't serve slop out of a bucket!. Please! The oldest restaurant in Grand Rapids was the Schnitz! That You-tube video has to go!

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I have eaten many great breakfast in this lovely small restaurant. The food is great, the decor if quint. The food is hot and good and served with a smile. Please give this place a try.

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I have eaten many great breakfast in this lovely small restaurant. The food is great, the decor if quint. The food is hot and good and served with a smile. Please give this place a try.

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Everything I've ever tried here has been outstanding. Cherie Inn is only open till 3 on most days, and it does fill up on weekends. The best time to go is Sunday morning while everyone is still in church. I highly recommend the hazlenut coffee and the corned beef hash. It'll cure what ails you.

PROS: Goooood food. Good prices. Cute shop connected to restaurant.
CONS: Small dining area equals more waiting for a table

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Everything I've ever tried here has been outstanding. Cherie Inn is only open till 3 on most days, and it does fill up on weekends. The best time to go is Sunday morning while everyone is still in church. I highly recommend the hazlenut coffee and the corned beef hash. It'll cure what ails you.

PROS: Goooood food. Good prices. Cute shop connected to restaurant.
CONS: Small dining area equals more waiting for a table

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Soups, salads, baguettes and small entrees satisfy lunchtime patrons of Cherie Inn, but this East Grand Rapids mainstay is known for its breakfasts. Locals head here for the hearty omelets, crab cake Benedicts and breakfast crepes. The…

 

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