I usually enjoy going to Crow’s Nest, but this was not the case with my last visit. Upon arrival we were told there was a 30 minute wait for a party of 4, which I understand. So we decided we would wait. We were finally...More
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Don't be scared away by the long line snaking around the building. The plates are big and the food is great! Breakfast is usually the busiest time.
We drove to Kzoo to visit my daughter at WMU. She wanted to go to the Crow's Nest for lunch (she'd been there a couple of times for breakfast). Well it was crowded, but we decided to get coffee and a muffin at the lower...More
Wonderful selections for any time of the day. I have been dining here for over 10 years! The vegetarian and vegan selections are excellent. The food is prepared fresh and the service is superb. If you plan to come here for breakfast or brunch on...More
Just like a slice of the breads they serve. Great food, super efficient and friendly staff. It seems like a hip college restaurant but it’s a hip community restaurant. Go experience the tasty food, great portions, nice variety. They serve breakfast all day. Yum.
The Crow's Nest is a small space, very intimate, and was busy but not too crowded when we visited. The front and one side are mostly windows, which let in a lot of natural light. The menu had variety, meaning even the two kids found...More
We enjoyed a late dinner with our daughter during Homecoming Weekend. We were seated immediately. We chose to start with a plate of hummas, pita, and vegetables. The appetizer was delicious! We ordered a variety of sandwiches: a Cuban, a bun less burger, and a...More