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Achatz Riverview Restaurant

American traditional food

The Achatz family has been serving traditional home style cooking for three generations, taking pride in using the best and freshest ingredients. Achatz Riverview Restaurant is the place where you can relax and enjoy a great view of the St. Clair River with freighters and luxury boats passing by. See local photography on display, view an exciting slide show featuring St. Clair events such as the Boat Races, Car Festival in the Park, Art Shows, Christmas Parade, Winter White-Out and many more! Stop in for a fresh home style meal with friendly prices and they'll do the dishes! “Specials” offered every day, including Mexican on Tuesday, Italian on Wednesday, Polish on Thursday, Fish on Friday and Prime Rib on both Friday and Saturday. Try Sally and Grant's fresh desserts and/or order special baked goodies for any occasion. Choose from a variety of pies, quiche, cheesecakes, cream puffs, cookies and more. Achatz Riverview Restaurant is a great place for your gatherings, groups, events and organizations to meet. Free Wi-Fi internet service and carry-out meals available.

Address:
201 N. Riverside Ave.
St. Clair, MI 48079
GPS Coordinates:
42.8258003, -82.4855363
Hours:
Mon-Sat: 6:30am-8pm / Sun: 6:30am-7pm
Contact:
Phone: 810-329-4913
 
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