Sleder’s Family Tavern, Michigan’s oldest continuously operating restaurant, established in 1882, is looking to hire experienced staff in both the front and back of the tavern. We are a family-owned and operated business with longterm employees, some having been working here since the 1990s. Some employees also return every year on their breaks from college, and other longtime employees who have moved away stop in […]
Inquiring minds want to know: Can we still smooch the moose? The following article by 9&10 Brighid Driscoll, 9&10 News digital journalist, first appeared in the GTPulse July 20, 2020. See the original publication here. GTPulse: In A Post-COVID-19 World, Will The Moose Ever Again Be Smooched? Yes, Sleder’s is open and serving guests who want carry out, curbside pickup, or to dine in, and […]
Following Michigan’s Safe Start Plan for Northern Michigan on May 22, Sleder’s welcomed its first al fresco diners on the patio and poured its first draft beers at the 138-year-old bar since March 15. Then on May 30th, Sleder’s welcomed back it first indoor diners! While we operate at 50% capacity per Michigan’s Safe Start order, Sleder’s is open 7 days a week and is […]
Sleder’s Family Tavern, Michigan’s oldest, continuously operated restaurant, established in 1882, is featured in May 22, 2020 article from The Oakland News as Northern Michigan’s Stay and Home Order permits restaurants to open for indoor dining at 50% capacity. The newspaper’s interview with Sleder’s owner, Megan Cox, highlights Sleder’s slow and steady approach to reopening: “We cannot wait until we can have people in our […]
Coming June 2020, Al Fresco Dining at Sleder’s. Here is Sleder’s owner Megan Cox posting the signage about keeping 6 feet from others in the new al fresco dining area. All staff will be wearing masks, and we are practicing all preventive measures to stop the spread of COVID-19, including guidance from the CDC, FDA, EPA, the State of Michigan, and our local health department. As we […]
Missing you all on Mother’s Day! Sleder’s is closed today, but we send our love and cheer to all the moms. Have a grand and glorious day! We hope to see you again soon!
Update: 3/22/2020: Week one of all To-Go food & drink made for an interesting experiment here at the oldest, continuously operating restaurant in Michigan. However we do need to shorten our hours now in order to keep on keeping on in the long run. We’ll now be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays until we can resume normal operations again. Our new hours are Wednesday through […]
Update: To do our part in stopping the spread of coronavirus, we have put away Randolph’s ladder and are temporarily restricting our restaurant service to take-out only. Call 231-947-9213 to order your St. Patrick’s Day boiled dinner or anything else off our menu (or gift certificates for future use!) Our On the Porch Concert Series will continue as soon as we can resume normal operations. […]