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The Red Haven peach is a unique Michigan produce that was developed by MSU professor Dr. Stanley Johnson in 1940. It was the first red-skinned commercial peach and has come to be known as the peach that all others are judged against. It is the most popular peach planted in Michigan.


The woodwork throughout the restaurant was reclaimed from an old barn in Charlotte, Michigan which artists at Against the Grain repurposed to create a rustic yet modern décor. Did you notice our unusual wooden light fixtures and wine storage boxes? They are well worn and used cherry lug boxes from the farms of friends and family along Old Mission Peninsula.

Seasonal photographs are the work of Jena McShane (who also provided the food photography you see on this site) and Peter Mowry who visited farms of our local suppliers to surround you with the rustic beauty of the food we serve.


10 Hens Farm
Bailey Greenhouse and Urban Farm
Blue Mitten Farms
Cherry Capital Foods
Diemers Winter Garden
Double L Farms
Drettman Ranch
Earthy Delights
Evergreen Lane Farms
Farm Country Cheese
Ferris Organics
Giving Tree
Green Eagle
Guernsey Dairy
Great Lakes Whitefish Company
Light of Day Organics
Meridian Shrimp/Farm Fresh Seafood
Mindo Chocolate
Monroe Family Organics
MSU Student Organic
Northwood Soda
Pasko Farms
Pure Mangalitsa
Risks Apiary & Honey House
Santucci Farm's
Shangri la Too
Uncommon Coffee Roasters
Zingermans Bakehouse