139 Ampey Road
Paw Paw, MI 49079
Phone: (269) 657-2578
Fax: (269) 657-3344
Award-winning pizzeria restaurant with full service dining and full pub.
The Fieldstone Grill offers casual dining in Pacific Northwest surroundings, and boasts all the flavors of the region. The kitchen is complete with a wood-burning grill, stone pizza oven, and a rotisserie to create dishes that will remind your taste buds what they should expect.
Everyone in your family is sure to find something to please them on this family-friendly menu. Don't forget to try their famous riblets.
With the area's best view, the restaurant overlooks beautiful Willow Lake, in the Parkview Hills community. With a lunch to suit any budget and a menu to tempt every palate, The New Martell's offers more than just a fine dining establishment.
Everything at this bakery is made-from-scratch including soups, deli sandwiches, and a variety of hearth-baked breads made in a special deck oven. Another location of this bakery is located at 527 Harrison. Both loctions are closed on Sundays.
A long time local favorite, this restaurant has been in business since 1949. Thought to be the first restaurant in Michigan to make and serve pizza, they specialize in Italian cuisine and barbecue ribs. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Big Joe's Pizza & Deli is home to some of Kalamazoo's freshest homemade pizza and your favorite Big Joe's subs, salads and sandwiches. Their demand for quality is evident from your first bite of their homemade pizza. It starts with fresh, homemade dough, made right in the store. That dough is topped by Peyton's personal recipe pizza sauce. Only the best, authentic Wisconsin mozzarella cheese made by Grande and Primo Gusto are used to top the pizza.
Located on the second floor of a 110 year old building, this contemporary restaurant serves a variety of gourmet cuisine with a menu that changes every six to eight weeks. There is also a downstairs Irish pub, O'Duffy's Pub, that serves beers from around the world. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
In the heart of Kalamazoo there lies a quaint little cafe-bar that has come to be much loved by the locals as well as visitors. The Strutt Cafe and Bar would probably be mistaken for someone's private home than a cafe, if not for the big 'The Strutt' sign on the front entrance. Inside, the atmosphere is buzzing with energy, as locals well as visitors mingle and converse over endless pints of beer. On most nights, there is a band stirring up the crowd with some excellent fresh tunes. A great spot for a casual night spent with friends, the Strutt Cafe and Bar promises a fun time. See the website to know more.
Considered to be one of Kalamazoo's finest restaurants, they serve authentic Greek and American cuisine daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Papa Pete's is one of those rare restaurants in the USA where you get to savor authentic Greek cuisine. Packed with a perky crowd the restaurant is also known for serving the best pizzas in town. The menu is quite diverse offering various toppings and delicacies. The restaurant is also bustling in the mornings for breakfast and brunch. The food here is very delectable and the service quite efficient. So this place is much recommended for pizza lovers and also for music fans with the interesting lineup of concerts and musical events held here.
No one in Kalamazoo does steaks and seafood better than Webster's Prime. Located at the Radisson Plaza in the heart of downtown, this upscale restaurant is a must go-to whether you want to impress your date or experience exquisite food and ambiance. The plush and tastefully decorated interiors present an intimate yet casual venue. The highlights are not just the steaks but also the impeccable service and live music. Must-try's on the menu include the New Zealand Wagyu, Scallops and the Salmon Filet. A notable wine list complements the offerings. Post-dining patrons can head to Tasting Room, the restaurant's signature bar featuring the best beers, cocktails and spirits in Kalamazoo. Reservations are highly recommended.