Established in 1933, Turk’s Tavern is one of the oldest eateries in Ottawa County. Opening shortly after the end of Prohibition, Fred Allison (nicknamed “Turk”) started a pool hall with a bit of food. To add to the ambiance, a dance floor was put in along with tables and an original Brunswick bar, still in use today; wood carvings from the early 70’s are displayed throughout the bar and restaurant. Fused with dim lighting, a quaint atmosphere and delicious house made food & drinks, Turk’s prides itself in providing the perfect environment to gather with friends and family.
Locally owned, the current family has worked hard for over 40 years to ensure that your Turk’s experience is an enjoyable one. Although we still boast about our 80 year-old liver paste and 60 year-old pork chop recipes, we continue to regularly update our menu with new, delectable dishes. Daily, we hand patty our burgers, slice fresh vegetables and make soups & desserts from scratch. The Rosie burger, created by one of our first chefs Rosie, along with the locally labeled Nunican make it hard pressed to find a better burger.
We serve breakfast on Saturday and Sunday from 8-noon. Don’t miss our mouth-watering prime rib dinners, served on weekends! Connect with us on Facebook to stay in the know about our daily features and restaurant happenings.