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Lansing Michigan Fine Dining

November 2nd, 2010 by insideout

We strive to create a penultimate dining experience at our Lansing fine dining restaurant. Whether you are here for a wedding reception, a conference, to celebrate a special occasion, or simply to enjoy some good food, it is our goal that you leave 100% satisfied.

Fennel ecrusted salmon.

Start your meal with tasty duck sausage wrapped in a flaky pastry, classic bourguignonne style escargot, or the romantic caviar for two. For an entrĂ©e, try lobster stuffed walleye – this poached walleye wrapped around lobster mousse will melt in your mouth. Indulge in our Prime Rib of Beef, so tender, or share our Chateaubriand for Two. Find the perfect wine for your meal in our extensive, award winning wine list.

Come to our Lansing area fine dining restaurant to celebrate your engagement or your fiftieth wedding anniversary. Come to celebrate a victory football game at MSU or the graduation of your child. Host a meal for your Board of Directors, or gather together your high school class – whatever the occasion, you’ll find The English Inn Restaurant the ideal venue.

We are members of DiRoNA: Distinguished Restaurants of North America. For more information, please visit DiRoNA.

Historic Michigan Inn

August 25th, 2010 by insideout

If you enjoy historic buildings, you’ll enjoy staying at our Eaton Rapids, Michigan inn.

Host your next event at Medovue Hall.

The inn was built in the late 1920s as a private residence for auto baron Irving Jacob Reuter and his wife Janet. It is in the Tudor Revival style, with elegant wood-paneled rooms and large windows. Admire the architecture inside and out, as well as the expansive grounds overlooking the Grand River.

This historic Michigan inn is ideal for weddings, corporate retreats, and special events. Come for a visit, and if you like what you see, speak with us about hosting your next special event at the inn.

Why Wait for the Weekend for Your Wedding?

July 26th, 2010 by insideout

Weekend weddings are traditional, but marrying mid-week can be just as lovely. True, it requires guests to take a little time off, but aren’t you worth it?

Weddings are special occasions, no matter the day of the week.

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