Once a week a group of friends get together for breakfast. We discuss sports, cars, families, politics and what ever else we fancy.
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Compared to the myriad of generic chain restaurants that are to be found in Muskegon, Cherokee is an original gem with outstanding food and service. Yes, it's kitschy but that's part of the charm. We will be back.
Have eaten here on numerous occassions. Food is decent, but the decor and building are so dated, run down. The place needs a big facelift. Updating inside and out. The building has been here for years according to the locals. Good location and good parking.
After going on a salmon charter on Lake Michigan we stopped here and had lunch. It was pretty good. The service was good and we enjoyed ourrselves
My wife and I were headed to the SS Silversides Museum and stopped by for lunch. We had two perch sandwiches which were a break from the items you usually see on lunch menus. Service was good and the prices were reasonable
I grew up in Muskegon and never ate at the Cherokee. Last week while visiting family we decided to give the Cherokee a try. We had 5 adults and 2 children in our party. We thought we might have to wait for awhile considering the...More
My husband & I took our best friends & their two kids under five out for breakfast before our flight home. The waitress was very accommodating to the little ones, even as they got antsy through our meal. Food was good, priced reasonably.
Lived in west MI for decades but had never stopped here until today. Old school type of place, nothing fancy but that was what I expected. Many choices in the breakfast menu and the food arrived quickly. Food was OK, quantities were ample and off...More
Fun local neighborhood restaurant that's mostly for breakfast and lunch. They may serve dinner but we are there for breakfast. Service is pretty quick and prices are low.
Had the Banana pancake (yes, one pancake--- it's Huge!) and added pecans. Everyone else at the table tried something different and everyone was very pleased with what they received. This is no fancy restaurant, but a comfy diner that kinda felt like a place your...More