The 9 Bean Rows Restaurant and bar is located in the red, historic firehouse at 303 St. Joseph Street in downtown Suttons Bay.
Chef Paul Carlson and his talented crew serve a full lunch (featuring the delicious lamb burger considered a Fabulous Food Find by Mario Batali, house-cut fries, sandwiches, delicious appetizers, and more) and a dinner menu featuring fresh, hand-crafted food & libations, many of which are locally grown and produced including wine, beer and hard cider. We also offer craft cocktails and carefully selected, small batch “boutique” spirits. You can find our press page here, and recently (January, 2015), we were featured in a Michigan Radio Stateside interview with Cynthia Canty and Christopher Cook, chief restaurant critic for Detroit Hour magazine: Traverse City’s emerging food culture. We also have our second “Red Hot Best” award for “Restaurant That Uses Local Foods” in Traverse Magazine (June, 2015 issue).
The 9 Bean Rows Bakery is now open and located between Suttons Bay and Lake Leelanau (formerly the Covered Wagon) on M-204. Click for Bakery directions and information.
Restaurant Hours –
The Old Red Firehouse, downtown Suttons Bay:
Sundays from 10 am – 2 pm featuring a made-from-scratch, made-to-order hearty
and delicious menu, and classic brunch cocktails like the Mimosa, Bloody Mary, and Bellini!
Call 231-271-1175 for reservations, and walk-in’s are welcome, too!
Bakery Hours – on M204 (the old Covered Wagon)
Wednesday – Saturday: 7 am – 3 pm
Sunday: 8 am – 4 pm