Where to Eat
For your closest local dining, the village of Lawton is located on M-40, four miles south of I-94 (exit 60). This quaint and friendly little gem represents small town Americana and welcomes those seeking inland lake recreation and winter sports.
While Lawton may pride itself on not having a single traffic light, its Main Street is the home of many restaurants surrounded by vintage Victorian homes, vineyards, and fruit orchards. Here's a little briefing on Lawton's local eateries.
A family restaurant with an open and friendly atmosphere, The Big T offers a large menu from appetizers to dinners. The Breakfast Place serves breakfast only but offers weekend buffets. D Coy Duck's is a small town family restaurant known for their ribs, massive menu, and live entertainment. Lawton's Old Hat Brewery & Grill is a well-known local brew pub and restaurant, and the Vineyard Cafe offers home-cooked breakfast and lunch.
If you're out-and-about in Decatur, don't miss the Hayloft Ice Cream Shoppe, which also has putt-putt. In Paw Paw, just 10 miles away, you can find plenty of fast food and a legendary Italian restaurant known as La Cantina.
If you're on the cheap and looking for grilling and groceries, Lawton, Decatur, and Marcellus can fulfill your needs with grocery and party stores. Visit Great Terrell’s Meat Market the best meat market in the area. What we're trying to say is this: You shouldn't go hungry when you come to stay with us.