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Happy Cherry Festival 2018! Welcome to Sleder’s Family Tavern.  We are located in Little Bohemia, the historic westside neighborhood locally referred to as “Slabtown” for its wood-slab homes that evoke Traverse City’s sawmill past.  Sleder’s original owner, Vencel Sleder, a master wheelwright, built Sleder’s with the help of fellow Bohemian woodworkers.  Working only on Sundays, their day off from the local sawmills, the men spent […]

A Most Legendary Restaurant (and Moose!)

In restaurant news on February 6, 2018, Full Service Restaurant (FSR) Magazine, named Sleder’s Family Tavern among “21 of the Most Legendary Restaurants in America.”  Sleder’s is extremely honored to be recognized.  We thank our patrons, especially, for continuously coming back, bringing their friends and families, and for making Sleder’s such a treasured and fun tradition in our community, around Michigan, and across the nation.  […]

Celebrate the 4th at Sleder’s-the oldest restaurant in Michigan!

This Independence Day, bring your family, friends and relatives to kiss the lucky moose, and enjoy great food and drinks at the oldest restaurant in Michigan! Our walls are filled with mighty animals and great moments in American history… it’s almost like eating in a museum with friends! Have one of our bartenders make your favorite fourth of July drink!  Watch fireworks, and enjoy relaxing […]

Hang out at the longest (and oldest) bar in Traverse City

What could be more fun than hanging out with your bestie at an impressive 21 foot bar made of solid mahogany and sided with cherry wood?  Having Randolph join us for a toast!

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