About

Reopening

Our dining room is open Tuesday-Thursday 11:00-8:00 pm, Friday 11:00-9:00 pm, and Saturday 9:30-9:00 pm with social distancing seating available. Our team will be following the new restaurant guidelines, and we ask that our customers are also following
best practices. If you are showing any symptoms you will not be permitted to dine in our establishment.

We have configured a strategic table layout to comply with social distancing. Please adhere to social distancing guidelines by avoiding congregating in common areas, as we have removed all bar seats. We
encourage you to call in ahead to make a reservation 330-263-2949. We will also be continuing to offer curbside carryout. Stay tuned for new hours, online ordering and new expanded menu!

 Thank you for your continued support and patience.

HOW WE ARE PRIORITIZING SAFETY

What you can expect from our team:

 

 Adhering strictly to restaurant reopening guidelines.

Going above and beyond state requirements for cleanliness and sanitation.

 Ensuring all employees are required to adhere to health check in policy.

Employees wearing masks and gloves.

Strategic table layouts to comply with social distancing.

Removing condiments from tables and offering single-use condiments upon request.

"Sanitation Specialist" during every shift dedicated to cleaning and sanitizing all high-touch areas and between each seating.

Hand sanitizing stations for guests.

Continuing to offer curbside pick-up and carryout.

What we ask of you:

If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 or have symptoms such as a fever, cough, or shortness of breath, please choose delivery or curbside pickup instead of dine-in service.

Please adhere to social distancing guidelines by avoiding congregating in common areas.

If  you are a high-risk individual and do not feel safe dining in, please continue to take advantage of our curbside pickup and delivery options

THANK YOU for trusting us to provide a safe dining experience

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Our Story

Broken Rocks Café, established in 2000, was named after the beautiful little spot on the shore of Lake Huron in Michigan where my wife and I kindled our relationship. It was there that I collected the wild grapes that I used to create the start for our sourdough breads. We have combined our devotions to produce the best breads that we can, and all of the great foods that go with great breads... Enjoy!

-Glen & Lisa Grumbling