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Bostwick Lake Inn
   est. 1910   

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Bostwick Lake Inn was originally home to a 1910 beach house and pavilion. In 1927 this structure was replaced by Bert's Lakeside Place. Owned by James and Susan Bert, it operated as a soda fountain / bathhouse / restaurant, and later as a tavern. With the repeal of Prohibition in 1934, Bert's Lakeside Place became known as the Bostwick Lake Inn and was one of the first three area taverns to receive a liquor license. During the decade of the 1930's, the tavern featured floorshows from Chicago, slot machines, dancing, and full course dinners. Bostwick Lake Inn also served as an unofficial post office in the 1940's, allowing lake residents to stop and pick up mail when the postman could not navigate the roads around the lake due to winter snows. In 1954, Earnest Gates purchased the lakeside Inn and, along with the Pullen family, operated the Bostwick Lake Inn for decades. Jim Isabell purchased the Bostwick Lake Inn in 1993, made major renovations and ran it for fifteen years before passing the torch on to The Gilmore Collection in 2012.
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Closed On Mondays

Closed on Mondays for the Winter Season

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Sunday Brunch

Sunday brunch specials

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Smoked Duck Breast*

smoked peking duck breast, roasted spaghetti squash, sauteed brussels ...

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Meat Toppings

smoked bacon, black forest ham, fried egg

Bostwick Lake Inn
8521 Belding Rd NE
Rockford, MI 49341
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