Foodie Fave Friday: Grab Dinner and Solve a Mystery at Cranberries Café

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On Sunday, Aug. 9, diners at Cranberries Café will be tasked with solving a murder mystery along with their five-course dinner.

“Killing on the Cranberry Campus,” which kicks off at 5 p.m., stars the restaurant’s staff and is guaranteed to offer a night full of laughs, great food and prizes.

Keeping in theme with the mystery, the “Dorm Food Done Right” menu features:

  • Tomato Basil Soup with Grilled 3-cheese sandwich
  • Mixed green salad with Ramen noodles
  • Gourmet Mac & cheese
  • Flat Bread Pizza
  • Cheeseburger & Fries
  • Chocolate chunk ice cream cookie

Tickets are $25/person, and reservations are required. To RSVP, call 810-636-3409.

For more information about the cafe, at 10250 Hegel Road, Goodrich, visit www.cranberriescafe.com.

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The ‘small town feel’: Cranberries Cafe in Goodrich featured in Flint Journal

Cranberries Cafe, a fixture in the quaint little village of Goodrich in southeastern Genesee County, was featured in The Flint Journal today. Cranberries is one of the sponsors of the Flint CVB’s annual Hospitality Awards as well as the annual Marketplace Luncheon.

I can testify only to the quality of their desserts and, for what it’s worth, they were incredible.

Read more about Cranberries from The Flint Journal:

Back in 2001 when Patty Plant and landlord William Rausch converted a little deli into a full-fledged dinner house, I harbored a grandiose vision for the village.

With subdivisions going up all around, I saw Goodrich as the new Clarkston. They didn’t seek that kind of bustle and neither do any of the people who have frequented Cranberries Cafe in the interim.

“Coming here, I think people feel like they’re going back to when the pace was slower and more people lived in small towns,” Plant says.