With the turning of the leaves and the change in the weather comes a shift from the crisp, acidic whites of summer to the bolder, fuller bodied reds that pair so well with the richer meals and colder temps upon us.
Leland’s Richard Allen is no stranger to gardening, having grown approximately 40 gardens over the course of his life so far.
Northern Michigan is home to many unique and wonderful things.
HELP US CELEBRATE! We've had the pleasure of owning and operating the Riverside Inn for 20 years and we want to share our excitement with you! Join us September 16th for our Open House featuring music by Blind Dog Hank and a lunch buffet from 11:30-1pm.
PLUS, be sure to enter our GIVEAWAY for a chance to win an Appetizer & Cocktail Cruise on beautiful Lake Leelanau aboard our Chris Craft "Rivergirl" followed by a 3-Course Dinner for 2!
The weather is positively sparkling, and if you don't have plans to enjoy the sapphire blue that is Leelanau's abundance of water, we'll help you make them. Here are a few of our favorite area beaches. Happy swimming!
At The Riverside Inn, our chefs are involved in every step of each meal; from menu creation, to procuring fresh produce from hand-selected local artisans like Sue Kurta of Boss Mouse Cheese, to the mouth-watering execution of each and every menu item. The kitchen crew works tirelessly to ensure each dish is as close to perfection as possible when it arrives at your table.
At the Riverside Inn, we are fortunate to have not one, but TWO certified sommeliers in-house. Their passion and dedication to wine is the heart of our extensive wine list, and their education and training of our front of the house staff is priceless. Recently, I sat down with one of these experts, Emily Larkin, to chat about wine and to find out what she is excited to be drinking these days. These are Emily's picks for fall.
Hi Friends! This short but sweet blog post is brought to you with your complete satisfaction in mind. Today we are discussing the importance of reservations. As many of you know, this time of year in our northern paradise is marked by ebbs and flows in the number of people in the area.
Shaub Farm is located on Popp road in Lake Leelanau. Overlooking the lake, the property spans 80 acres and was purchased by Ralph Shaub when he was just 18. He has been farming the land on his own for over 48 years. Recently his son Alex has become more involved and the two work together to grow cherries; their main crop, rhubarb, squash, pumpkins, tomatoes, plums, pears and of course peaches.