Friday, June 14, 2013

Legs Inn on Father's Day

     In Michigan, if it's Mother's Day it's Frankenmuth. But what about poor old dad? The Legs Inn at Cross Village in northwestern Michigan is just the antidote for fried chicken.
      The historic resturant/bar dates to the 1920s when Stanley Smolak, a Polish immigrant and auto worker, came to the small town and started to fashion the building from twisted forms of wood and stone.
     The family opened a restaurant in the unique structure and offered Polish food. The family still operates the distinctive structure that's a hold over from the era of roadside attractions. For more information, and a look at the menu, go to

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