Rooster and I need a break from the touristy Bavarian atmosphere of Frankenmuth. We asked the clerk at Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland where she would eat if she was hungry. The woman smiled and said she go to Slo’ Bones BBQ Smokehaus, and she gave us direction on how to get there. We knew the barbeque would be good when we walked through the door and blues music echoed in our ear.
Rooster and I ordered a rack of ribs and settled to listen to the music played over the restaurant’s sound system.
To make a long story short, the delicious food, the fantastic atmosphere, the friendly staff, and the clean surroundings made for a wonderful dinning experience. We’d recommend Slo’ Bones BBQ Smokehaus to anyone visiting Frankenmuth.
Although the copper pig watching over us looked a little intimidating.
We discovered SugarHigh Bakery also had sugar free cupcakes. We walked to River Place shops for desert.
One of the big features of this bakery happens to be wedding cakes.
Rooster and I walked over the bridge again to have a look around. We spent the evening listening to polka music played by two guys from Ohio. The evening was the perfect way to end our visit to Frankenmuth. We decided to move on the next day. The morning would be spent traveling until we stopped in St Joseph in the early evening. We always like to spend time there when we travel to Michigan.
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