Been here many times and never have had a bad meal. Always had good service and the owner is great!!!
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Stopped in after being recommended and reading the great reviews. We went around 2 on a Saturday afternoon. The greeting was a tad slow but it did happen. The place was not crowded. Tables and booths are a bit worn but maybe that is part...More
I’ve eaten here many times and I’m always happy with the food and service. The bar is well stocked and usually busy. The restaurant is casual but high quality. “Jay’s Salad” is one of my favorite meals in this area, and the comfort food is...More
The food here is average but not too expensive. The best part about the place is the people who work there. They are all so friendly.
I live in Lansing, but have never thought to stop here. This is a casual, friendly place. Service was good. I ordered the buffalo chicken salad. It was fresh and of ample size. I ordered a Cosmo from the bar. The price was reasonable. I...More
I have always enjoyed having dinner at the Crossroads and have introduced many others to this restaurant. The food is excellently prepared, generous portions and reasonably priced. The atmosphere is friendly and the staff accommodating.
The food was delicious, the service spot on, and all of the staff was friendly. I have to eat gluten free and the chef graciously accommodated my needs. I had a sandwich without the bun and I knew exactly what was in it so I...More
This place has failed a number of times prior to the new ownership. Food is simple, plentiful and good. We go mostly in the winter months and we always have a great meal. The chef/owner has done a wonderful job in converting this place from...More
Crossroads is a good place to meet up with old friends and enjoy some good food. We go there approximately once a month just to reunite with old friends.
We stopped in for a very quick lunch on the way to the ice rink. The food was good and the people so friendly when the hockey team needed a place to eat after the game we were happy to hear that the crossroads could...More