EFFECTIVE TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 2021: All outdoor capacity limits will be removed including at sporting events. Indoor settings including event spaces, gyms and casinos will increase capacity to 50%. Restaurants and other indoor settings will remain at 50% capacity. The 10:00 p.m. curfew for bars and restaurants will also be lifted. As of July 1, the state will no longer limit capacity at indoor or outdoor gatherings. For additional information, visit Michigan.gov. For the most current travel information, please view Travel Michigan's Guidelines for Travelers.

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COVID-19 NOTICE

EFFECTIVE TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 2021: All outdoor capacity limits will be removed including at sporting events. Indoor settings including event spaces, gyms and casinos will increase capacity to 50%. Restaurants and other indoor settings will remain at 50% capacity. The 10:00 p.m. curfew for bars and restaurants will also be lifted. As of July 1, the state will no longer limit capacity at indoor or outdoor gatherings. For additional information, visit Michigan.gov. For the most current travel information, please view Travel Michigan's Guidelines for Travelers.

Restaurants

The hardest part about dining in Flint & Genesee is deciding where to go first. Our rich food scene includes many farm-to-table, trendy, traditional, and fusion options. Craving a baked treat – more than one from-scratch bakery, donut shop or café would be happy to fill that desire. Prefer BBQ? Flint & Genesee does that – from food trucks and farmers markets to dine-in scenes with live music.  More of a brunch crowd? Yeah – Flint & Genesee has that too, right down to over-the-top Bloody Mary bars to compliment sweet and savory menus. Casual dining with the kids? Even the pickiest eaters will be happy with their options.

Vegan eateries, coffee and tea shops, upscale, Japanese steakhouses, ice cream, elevated bar food, and Mexican (plus a speakeasy or two). Just don’t leave town without trying a famous Flint-style coney – we promise you won’t be disappointed!