Venue Info

Cozily nestled on Lake Michigan, Legs Inn offers a glimpse of regional history and delicious Polish comfort food. Opened in 1925 by a Polish immigrant named Stanley Smolak, the stone cabin thrives today as a seasonal dining destination with live music and community picnics. Locals and visitors alike trek here for the merry tavern (who can say no a shot of buffalo grass vodka?), homemade pierogies, and kielbasa.

Polish comfort food and live music at Legs Inn
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Legs Inn

Legs Inn

Cozily nestled on Lake Michigan, Legs Inn offers a glimpse of regional history and delicious Polish comfort food. Opened in 1925 by a Polish immigrant named Stanley Smolak, the stone cabin thrives today as a seasonal dining destination with live music and community picnics. Locals and visitors alike trek here for the merry tavern (who can say no a shot of buffalo grass vodka?), homemade pierogies, and kielbasa.