Located at the back of the building, the Blind Pike offers a full menu in a casual atmosphere, with televisions tuned to sporting events and artwork depicting Marine City’s past adorning the walls.
The restaurant shares a head chef with Blue Pike Cantina but features its own unique menu for pub-inspired fare. It also offers a full bar, including 12 beer taps.
Pawlak already has a busy schedule of events planned for the new restaurant, including indoor cornhole and euchre competitions, karaoke and trivia nights. They will also host pay-per-view nights, starting with the Ultimate Fighting Championship event Dec. 29.
“We just hope to utilize it as much as possible,” Pawlak said. “Next summer, we will have outdoor service.”
It was a fun weekend in there !... thanks for having us 😂.. we were there Friday and Saturday
Th biggest compliment we can receive is repeat business. Thank you!!
"My wife and I LOVED it!!!
The waitress rocked, she was soooooooooo busy, but she kept her head up and kept a positive attitude.
Was great, live entertainment on the electric keyboard set the mood!!!
Perfect variety, fresh, homemade, and delicious.
We frequent the blue pike, so we talked the waitress into selling us the Full Slab of ribs (like blue pike has on menu) with the apple BBQ sauce OMG BEST EVER, nice size slab, lean meat, and to die for sauce!!!
Highly recommend the Jalopeno torpedos (poppers) for a starter, the tiny pieces of sausage mixed inside was a tasteful twist on your typical poppers and the peppers are so fresh and homemade!!! "