Restaurants offer diners both a delicious reprieve from the kitchen and a secure environment that makes it virtually impossible for the dish to run away with the spoon. Keep your eating implements obedient with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of seafood, steaks, and more at Whitlow's Forerunner in Muskegon.
Whitlow's Forerunner whips up a selection of sapid seafood, savory steaks, comfort cuisines, and breakfast classics to keep jaws in top physical condition. Breakfasters can end a long night of fasting with a stack of blueberry hotcakes ($4.99) or a half order of biscuits and gravy ($3.79). For lunch, linger over jalapeño cheese balls ($3.99), more than 20 sandwiches ($1.99+), and the existential guffaws caused by the simple complexity of life and popcorn chicken ($5.49). Bellies typically feel bottomless during spring, but Whitlow’s puts a stop to this sensation with an all-you-can-eat dinner of frog legs ($12.99) or walleye ($12.99)—each accompanied by a potato and jaunts to the salad bar.
Balancing on its hind legs, a polar bear stares intently outward, unaware of the grizzly rearing up behind it. This is the taxidermy trophy room at Whitlow's Forerunner, where heavy forks subdue similarly ravenous appetites in the adjacent dining room. Sirloin steak is paired with eggs at breakfast, or a juicy porterhouse arrives with a baked potato and greens from the salad bar, both of which accompany all of Whitlow's Forerunner’s dinners. American staples such as griddlecakes and patty-melt portraits of President William Howard Taft fill out the menu, but the kitchen's surprise specialty is seafood. The chefs casts a wide net, reeling in perch, rainbow trout, and even frog legs, which are among the marine delicacies deemed tasty enough for their all-you-can-eat dinners.