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  • Hacker's Golf N Games
    The friendly staff at Hacker's Golf and Games occupies thrill-seeking sportsters by unfurling an 18-hole miniature golf course, a paved go-kart track, and other entertainment options. Smack 40 dimpled spheres into orbit from the natural-grass driving range ($5), or scale back club velocity while navigating around the mini golf course's lazy river (up to $6). Satisfy the need for speed and stylishly windswept hair during five-minute races around the go-kart boulevard ($6.50), or fine-tune your swing in the batting-cage areas that feature two slow-pitch softball stations and five baseball stations ($10 for 180 pitches).
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    3019 S 11th St
    Niles, MI US
  • Gravity Produce LLC
    Rockie Rick left behind the apples, peaches, and cherries of the farm he grew up on to pursue a business degree. But as he worked at different jobs, he realized that he missed working outside and yearned to be his own boss. Seeing southwest Michigan’s wine industry flourish, he bought land and began growing grapes to sell to a winery. Next, he organized bus tours of area wineries, the success of which enabled Rockie to buy more land for a total of 30 acres. In 2011, he and his staff began making wine from their own grapes, crafting the small batches in oak barrels and stainless-steel tanks. Rockie’s independent streak flourishes at Gravity Winery, from the modern indoor seating area with deep blues, crisp whites, and an industrial steel bar to a wine named after Rockie’s dog, Oliver, who’s known for greeting guests. “We tried to break the mold of what people think of when they go to a winery,” he says. “We figured … let’s be really different.” Rockie’s favorite wine is an “awesome peppery cabernet France” called The Theory, which sports an image of Sir Isaac Newton on the bottle. During wine flights—Gravity Vineyard’s version of a tasting and the best way for guests to sample a variety of glasses—he pairs it with dark chocolate laden with almonds and sea salt that is made locally by Vineyards Gourmet. The flights feature four wines paired with cheese or chocolate, and guests can savor their chosen flavors inside or on the patios for hilltop views of the nearby lake or vineyard. Though the knowledgeable staff can expertly pair each wine and easily converse with the staunchest of wine-lovers, Rockie and his staff eschew snobbery. “If you want to drink a big bowl of red cabernet with your fish, great. If that’s what you enjoy, that’s what you should do,” he says. “We don’t want anyone to be intimidated because they like a certain wine over another, or they don’t know the right word to describe it.”:m]]
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    10220 Lauer Road
    Baroda, MI US
  • Round Barn Winery
    Producing wines, fruit wines, full-bodied beers, and a grape-based spirit, the Round Barn is as well-rounded as the Amish barn that anchors the winery. The striking structure wasn?t always the southwest Michigan property?s main landmark, however. Biology teacher?turned-winemaker Rick Moersch had been cultivating the land for five award-winning years when he came across the 1911 structure in Rochester, Indiana. Timber by timber, he and his crew dismantled the barn and moved it to Baroda by truck after realizing it wouldn?t fit in a plane?s overhead bin. The round barn was a natural fit for the round copper-pot still where Moersch was beginning to distill European-style brandies from his grapes. After his sons Matthew and Christian returned from college, they helped further expand the winery?s scope. They launched a grape-based luxury vodka, DiVine, in 2006, and entered the beer brewing business the following year. Today, Round Barn Winery, Distillery & Brewery produces red, white, fruit, dessert and sparkling wines, microbrews, and traditional rum, bourbon, and grape-based vodka bearing the DiVine logo. The Moersch family invites visitors to tour the barn and sample the potent potions, with wine tastings taking place in the Round Barn and beer available in the post-and-beam barn. Just a few miles down the road, Round Barn's new Brewery & Public House offers 20 taps of their unique beers, wines, and hand-crafted DiVine cocktails, as well as beer and wine flights and a full menu that highlights locally-sourced ingredients.
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    10062 Burgoyne Road
    Oronoko Charter Township, MI US
  • Wolverine Gardens
    Come to Wolverine Gardens to grab an American classic with a side of fries. Wolverine Gardens is making food that everyone loves. Taking it back to the high-calorie basics. At Wolverine Gardens, you can find ample parking that is readily available any time of day. Typical diners should plan to spend about $30 per person on Wolverine Gardens' moderately priced fare.
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    12891 Cleveland Ave
    Buchanan, MI US
  • Niles Haunted House- HOT
    Size: a 44-acre estate comprised of six separate attractions that completely transform each year while visitors aren't looking Intensity Level: like a classic horror movie, it's all light on the gore, but the settings, actors, and special effects pack plenty of scares on their own. Recommended for guests of high-school age and up Undead Inhabitants: vampires drift throughout the rooms after dark; monsters make a rotating floor and elevator drop even more disorienting in the main house; killers out of classic horror films indicate wrong turns in a maze Real Monsters: Tony Moran?A.K.A. Michael Myers from the original Halloween movie?will be looming suddenly in the foreground on September 19 and 20 as one of many special attractions the house has scheduled Fun and Games: at the midway, groups can catch their breath, grab snacks, and even operate the house's controls and watch the frightened visitors on a hidden camera Scream for a Good Cause: over the last 18 years, the haunted house has donated more than $1.3 million and 25 valuable but cursed amulets to more than 65 area charities and nonprofit groups
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    855 Mayflower Rd
    Niles, MI US
  • Wheatberry Restaurant and Tavern
    Enjoy a casual night out at Wheatberry Restaurant and Tavern, a local American restaurant. Enjoy a low-fat or gluten-free meal at Wheatberry Restaurant and Tavern, a local favorite. Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at Wheatberry Restaurant and Tavern won't disappoint. Little guys and gals will also love dining at Wheatberry Restaurant and Tavern, which offers a family-friendly environment (and menu). Wifi is on the house at Wheatberry Restaurant and Tavern, so bring along your tablet or laptop. Come order a flavorful feast at Wheatberry Restaurant and Tavern, and sit outside if it's nice! Impress the patrons at your next gathering by calling in Wheatberry Restaurant and Tavern for catering. Or, take your food to go. null Prices tend towards the moderate side, with the average tab at Wheatberry Restaurant and Tavern running under $30 per person. Wheatberry Restaurant and Tavern accepts all major credit cards, such as Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
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    15212 N Red Bud Trl
    Buchanan, MI US

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