Welcome to The Glenwood
The Glenwood has offered distinctive, casual, lakeside dining since 1994. Located in a historic 1920’s resort on M-22 in Onekama, the restaurant overlooks gorgeous Portage Lake and its channel to Lake Michigan. Our menu features fresh fish, steaks, chicken, pasta and locally grown fruits and vegetables. In addition to our fresh-made entrees, we offer weekly featured items, home made soups, specialty appetizers, our popular sauces and dressings, and at least a dozen delectable dessert options daily. We have a complete bar with a large selection of beer, wine, top shelf spirits and specialty martinis.
Food and Drinks
The Glenwood’s freshly made entrees, appetizers, soups and salads are prepared in our kitchen to your liking. Our bar features top shelf spirits, specialty martinis and cocktails, and an extensive wine and beer list with several Michigan-based selections.
The Glenwood is located in a historic building overlooking Portage Lake in Onekama. Our screened porch is the perfect place to relax, unwind, and join friends for a great meal with spectacular lakeside views and sunsets.
Desserts and Baked Goods
Famous throughout Manistee County, our dessert tray has at least a dozen delectable options every day. Take home the fresh flavors of the Glenwood with our home baked breads, pies, or signature dressings and sauces.
Days and Hours of Operation
The Glenwood Restaurant is closed for the season. We will reopen April 28, 2017
. Reservations are recommended.
We pride ourselves in providing each and every guest with great meals and great service. Your full enjoyment of The Glenwood experience is our top priority and when we ask if your meal is “prepared to your liking,” we mean it. We invite you to stop by and see why The Glenwood has become a northern Michigan tradition for thousands of guests each year.
Planning a visit or vacation to the area? Whether it is fishing, swimming, hiking, biking or enjoying one of our many world-class golf courses or orchards, we’re always available with ideas and tips on how to make your visit to Manistee County even more memorable.