Harwood Gold Store and Cafe
4.4

Address
230 Bridge Street

Charlevoix, MI 49720
Phone
(231) 437-3900
Website
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Cuisine
Breakfast/Lunch, Café, Coffee/Tea Shop, Deli, Family Dining, Ice Cream/Confections

The sap from the maple trees surrounding Charlevoix, Michigan's Harwood Lake, has been made into pure maple syrup by the Parsons family since the late 1800's. They are the fifth generation of Parsons, excited and honored to carry on the family tradition of making high-quality, pure maple syrup on their beautiful farm.

Cuisine
Breakfast/Lunch, Café, Coffee/Tea Shop, Deli, Family Dining, Ice Cream/Confections
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4.4

Dave Anderson

7 months ago
We tried the breakfast hand pie and coffees. Did not disappoint. Great atmosphere to enjoy you're coffee. Store is well laid out and has quality products to buy as well.

ellerie anderfuren

a month ago
Went here two different days and was pleased both times. First day I got their recommended iced brown sugar latte with oat milk and I LOVED it! I also had a croissant and it was perfect. Next day I got their iced Almond Joy latte, and it was also super good. A little too chocolatey for my taste but it was still satisfying. Def recommend!

Jesse Locklear

a year ago
We came in for a drink and a snack this afternoon. We tried the Braised brisket and portobello meat pie and were delightfully pleased. It was flavorful, filling, and served warm. My husband had the cinnamon toast crunch iced latte, it was even served with cinnamon toast crunch cereal too! I had the golden milk iced latte and it was really good too! The store had a great gift shop with unique items. They also had a grab and go fridge with salads and meat and cheeses. We will definitely come back!

Bernard Sullivan

2 months ago
A nice selection of pastries, meat pies, and cafe drinks. We have come here for years and typically get the bagels. My only recommendation is when you order a black coffee, it would be so easy for the barista to grab a cup, fill it up, and hand to you before you even swipe your credit card. Unfortunately, a black coffee gets in the queue behind the lattes, cappuccinos, and smoothies. They are able to hand you the pastries immediately, so conceptually, this is something the team is already halfway behind. It is not someplace you go to “grab and go” if you’re in a rush. There have been times we skip a visit because we know even though there is a short line, we can’t get in and out in less than 10 minutes.

Stacy Conyers

a week ago
Not a fan. Cute shop, my husband was looking forward to a hand pie. We were there for coffee and breakfast. Worst carmel macchiato I've ever had. The bacon, egg hand pie was okay, but had a wired white sauce oozing out of it and the egg was hard boiled, but the beef and carrots had been cooked in wine and was terrible. The dough/ crust had a nice texture but needed salt, the egg and bacon needed pepper, and the beef and carrot was too salty. But the real kicker was the tab. For two small hand pies and two SMALL cups of coffee, the tab was $30. We will not be returning to this pretentious little shop.