Lunch with Joe: Seven Slot Grille


REED CITY – When it comes to locally owned hidden gems that can serve quality food to its customers, one should look no further than the Seven Slot Grille.

Located on Chestnut Street in downtown Reed City, the Seven Slot Grille is now one of the first things that come to mind when I hear the words “American restaurant”.

Although it has been known and operated as the Seven Slot Grille since 2008, the building, which houses the restaurant, has been something of a restaurant for almost 50 years.

As a result, the interior of the Seven Slot Grille has a lot of character and charm and is a great local spot to grab a quick and delicious bite.

It’s places like this that really make you feel valued as a customer, whether you’re a regular customer or someone like me who made their first visit on Friday afternoon.

A warm smile and a real “How are you today?” Can go a long way, believe it or not.

This is precisely what I was greeted with as I walked through the back entrance on a damp and rainy fall afternoon in Reed City.

Bright lights made the hardwood interior shine even on such a cloudy day, and classical rock music filled the room as I walked over to my table.

I was very impressed with the menu on offer at Seven Slot Grille, which had a wide range of favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

From burgers and omelets, to burritos, breakfast burritos and more, these folks certainly have all of their bases covered.

For me, it was the omelet section of the menu that caught my eye more than the rest – no offense to other parts of the menu by all means.

There were easily over a dozen different styles of omelets to choose from, which is probably the most I have ever seen on a menu.

After looking up and down through all of my omelet options, I decided to go for what the folks at Seven Slot Grille call mum, with bacon, sausage, perfectly fluffy eggs, and four pieces of bread. gate.

You got my attention.

I will say I got through at least 80% of this great mom, a number I’m pretty proud of and willing to try and improve myself in the future.

But then again, I don’t want to snub other sections of the menu on consecutive visits.


113 N. Chestnut St., Reed City


(231) 832-9211


Monday and Thursday: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Friday and Saturday: 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Sunday: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

* Closed Tuesday and Wednesday

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