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Opened in 1901, Rose’s just keeps getting better. The restaurant sits by Reeds Lake in East Grand Rapids, with a fabulous deck that was recently enlarged and glassed in for year-round scenic dining. The indoor dining room is plenty spacious and charming, with its tasteful cabin decor and passthrough fireplace in the middle of the room. You can’t go wrong picking off Rose’s adventurous menu. From the gorgonzola tournedos to the cranberry turkey sandwich to the popular peasant salad, every dish here is as unique and creative as it is tasty. Try to save room for one of the house-made desserts – or be content with the perfect little cup of Rose’s famous caramel corn that’s delivered free to each table with the check. Rose’s is the last building standing from Ramona Park, an entertainment complex that featured hotels, a roller coaster, excursion boats, and Rose’s Bathing Beach & Swimming School in the early 1900s. ROS E ’S { 5 5 0 LAK ES I DE DR I V E S E }

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SOLACE Fall / Winter 2016 - 2017  
SOLACE Fall / Winter 2016 - 2017