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Three Oaks

Froelich’s

26 North Elm Street, Three Oaks 269-756-6002

A bright, small town café and market with inside and outside seating.  Quiches, pastries, salads, sandwiches, scratch-made breads, jams, jellies, sauces and relishes, coffee and teas.  

  • 🐟BF Local Tip:  Celebrating a special event?  Froelich’s makes desserts to fit every occasion and dietary need.  They also cater.  From picnics to weddings, full service or food only.

Oaks Eatery

8 South Elm Street, Three Oaks 269-820-2068

Delightful staff, fresh and creative breakfast and lunch plates with a Spanish flair.  Plant based options available.  Open for breakfast and lunch.  Family friendly and a great cup of Infusco Coffee.  

  • 🐟BF Local Tip:  They have outstanding plant based options for coffee and entrees.

Staymaker at Journeyman Distillery

109 Generations Drive, Three Oaks 269-820-2076

Staymaker is a full-service restaurant attached to Journeyman Distillery, specializing in scratch cooking and locally-sourced ingredients. From pizza crusts made using the same grain bills as the Distillery’s rye and bourbon, to mussels steamed in apple cider liquor, the small-batch spirit of the Distillery runs through the menu. 

  • 🐟BF Local Tip:  Try some of their unique food combinations.  We love their barley mushroom burgers and fries or the duck and fig pizza. The Blood Pressure cocktail won’t disappoint with its complex, fresh and smooth taste.

Viola’s Café

102 North Elm Street, Three Oaks 269-756-9420

A small-town café with indoor and outdoor seating.  Weekends are filled with bike riders and families.  Known for their friendly and prompt service, your coffee cup will always be full.  Breakfast and lunch.

  • 🐟BF Local Tip:  Kids will love their Mickey/Minnie Mouse pancakes, and opt for a half order of their biscuits and gravy.  For lunch, they have a light pesto chicken sandwich and their homemade broccoli salad is a must.

Patellie’s Pizza

28 North Elm Street, Three Oaks 269-820-2066

Former owners of Local, Pat and Ellie don’t disappoint with their pizza and other entrees like meatballs, and broasted chicken dinner.  Pick-up only, but there is a small deck area in front of the pizzeria that you and your family can eat at. 

  • 🐟BF Local Tip:  If the wait is long for pizza, drive out and order by the slice.  Their slices are ¼ of a whole pizza…so, 4 slices would equal a whole pizza.  Doing this saves you the lengthier wait times on the weekends.  
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