Food & Drink in Lansing

Italian and American Food and Drinks at Guerrazzi's (45% Off)

Guerrazzi's

DeWitt

Natural light pours through dining room’s atrium as guests feast on housemade pizzas, pastas, and sauces

$20 $11

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$25 for Two-Day German Festival with Beer Mugs and Food and Drinks for Two at Old Town Oktoberfest (Up to $40 Value)

Old Town Oktoberfest

Old Town

Two-day festival with live music from alternative-rock headliners, German and American beer, and German foods such as spaetzle and bratwurst

$40 $25

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Italian Dinner for Two with Wine or Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner at Tony M’s (Up to Half Off)

Tony M's

Delta

Housemade Italian dishes such as fettuccine, spaghetti, and manicotti slathered in the Migaldi family’s secret-recipe sauce

$20 $11

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$34.50 for $50 Worth of Barbecue and Southern Food at Meat Southern BBQ & Carnivore Cuisine

Meat Southern BBQ & Carnivore Cuisine

Old Town

Brisket, hot links, ribs, and other meats smoked for up to 18 hours and served with made-from-scratch sides and sauces

$50 $34.50

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$9.99 for Three Groupons, Each Redeemable for One 6-Inch Deli Sub Combo at Blimpie ($18 Value)

Blimpie

Multiple Locations

National sub shop fills bellies with sandwiches and wraps that feature freshly sliced meats and quality toppings

$6 $3.33

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$11 for $20 Toward Healthy Café Cuisine at BetterHealth Market. Four Locations Available.

BetterHealth Market

Multiple Locations

Wellness emporium’s café serves quarter-pound grass-fed beef burgers, healthy vegan reubens, chicken clubs, and raw juices and smoothies

$20 $11

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$11 for $20 Worth of Bar Food and Drinks at Tin Can

Tin Can

Lansing

Chili dogs, fried pickles, and other bar foods served up alongside craft beers and Jell-O shots in a beloved dive bar

$20 $11

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$11 for One Custom Box of Local, Certified Organic, Seasonal Produce from Good News Farm ($22 Value)

Good News Farm

Multiple Locations

Pick up fruits and vegetables produced locally and without the use of animal products at several locations

$22 $11

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Property Location
When you stay at Lexington Lansing Hotel in Lansing, you'll be near the airport and within the vicinity of Michigan Historical Museum and Michigan State Capitol. This hotel is within the vicinity of Telephone Pioneer Museum and Impression Five Science Center.

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 212 air-conditioned rooms featuring LCD televisions. Your bed comes with triple sheeting and cotton sheets. High-definition televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature makeup/shaving mirrors and complimentary toiletries.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities, including an indoor pool, a spa tub, and a 24-hour fitness facility. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and an arcade/game room.

Dining
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar. Dining is also available at a coffee shop/café. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Hot/cold buffet breakfasts are available daily for a fee.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, business services, and audiovisual equipment. Planning an event in Lansing? This hotel has 14,000 square feet (1301 square meters) of space consisting of conference/meeting rooms, small meeting rooms, and a ballroom. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary at scheduled times.

925 S Creyts Rd
Lansing,
MI
US

The day starts early at Great Harvest Bread Co., where grain gurus Blake, Mike, Sharon, and Darrel bake loaf after loaf of all-natural, housemade bread. Each batch of dough begins with freshly ground whole-wheat flour milled from family-owned farms in Montana. Salt, yeast, and local honey soon follow. By 9:30 a.m., the crew start pulling their first loaves from the oven, handing out warm, complimentary slices to customers as they enter the store. The bread schedule changes every day, but patrons can always purchase any of the shop?s mainstays: honey whole wheat, white, nine grain, cinnamon swirl, cheese garlic and cinnamon chip.

The breads can surely stand alone, but that doesn?t stop Great Harvest Bread Co. from offering hand-crafted sandwiches stacked with ham, turkey, or chicken and three types of cheese. For dessert or a sweet breakfast, patrons can choose from a variety of scones, giant cinnamon rolls or muffins, or?if they're kids or adults disguised as kids?score cookies on the house.

6137 W Saginaw Hwy
Lansing,
MI
US

A group of ESPN analysts looking for a bite to eat before taping their shouting match would do well to wander through Tripper's. Upon entering, they could brush up on fodder for their next debate by watching the eatery's 50 televisions flicker with heart-pumping sporting events from across the globe, from college football and Australian rugby to playoff baseball and amateur yak tickling.

Though they might posit a PTI-worthy opinion or two of their own, the sports fans who flock to Tripper's share two universal traits: a love of Michigan sports teams and a craving for classic pub eats. They keep their morale and energy high by devouring custom pizzas, Angus burgers, and homemade, seasoned potato chips in between whistles. Glasses of craft beer from Arcadia and Bells rise and clink amidst a wall of roaring cheers, celebrating touchdowns, game-winning goals, and home runs that make the ball shriek like Roger Daltrey. For those unsatisfied with letting others doing their competing for them, Tripper's has a collection of pool and foosball tables and arcade games. Tripper's chefs also sate classic American cravings at on-location parties with their catering and menu-planning services.

350 Frandor Ave
Lansing,
MI
US

The R-Club cultivates a Cheers-esque atmosphere, in which friends and beloved regulars can kick back, sip a drink, and munch on the menu of comforting and classic American fare. Cooks assemble sandwiches including the philly focaccia all day long, and after 4 p.m., they serve dinners such as crusted Alaskan halibut. Patrons perch at the bar to quaff drinks from draft beers to cocktails or slide into a booth with a few friends beneath bricks emblazoned with names and a string of Christmas lights. The packed schedule of live local bands injects a lively soundtrack into the air, catering to eardrums on Friday and Saturday evenings. In balmy weather, the outdoor patio flavors fare with fresh air as patrons enjoy refreshing breezes and staring contests with the sun.

6409 Centurion Dr
Lansing,
MI
US

The knowledgeable staff at BetterHealth Market helps visitors to navigate a vast inventory of products for natural and nutritious living ranging from aromatherapy oils to gluten-free cookies. Natural, organic, and raw groceries from brands such as Amy's Kitchen and Nature's Path keep home cooking flavorful and wholesome, and a range of supplements, vitamins, and minerals helps to ease health issues, increase energy, or incinerate burritos that have overstayed their welcome. A wide variety of teas and coffees offers options such as fair-trade beans and yerba mate to healthfully wash down each nourishing morsel. Customers can peruse the prepared foods department, which includes salad bars, fresh raw juices, all natural smoothies, specialty sandwiches, and salads.

305 N Clippert St
Lansing,
MI
US

Before Paul and Jared Smith came onboard, the company that became Great Lakes Chocolate & Coffee Co. had no coffee to speak of: it only sold chocolate by the bag, box, or individual morsel. But the brothers recognized how well their rich chocolates complemented a hot cup of joe, and by 2004 they started roasting their own beans. Today, those yield coffees such as the Black & Tan, a combination of dark and light roasts, and the Honduran High Grown, which is harvested on the wings of airplanes.

The coffees add a jolt to Great Lakes? hot drinks, including seasonal selections such as the egg nog latte. Organic and decaf teas, as well as cold beverages such as frozen lemonade and fruit smoothies, round out the shop?s drinkable options, all of which complement this family owned and run business? stock of sweet treats.

500 E Michigan Ave
Lansing,
MI
US