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The name Battle Creek came from a minor encounter between a federal government land survey party headed by Colonel John Mullet and two Potawatomi Indians on March 14, 1824. The two Potawatomi Indians approached the party asking for food. There was a delay in delivering the supplies as promised by the treaty of 1820.

After a long discussion, the Native Ame

Activities and Good Eats in West Bloomfield

Battle Creek Welcome Center

For travelers, its best to stop by in a welcome center – here you will find out more about the place and even draw out your itineraries better. The Battle Creek Welcome Center is no exception; they sell locally made items, souvenirs as well as lots of memorabilia.  Staffs are super friendly and helpful in giving you insider tips how to go around the city and where the good eats are. To know about the latest happening within the township, this is a great place to start.

Full Blast

Create great memories for your family and let them enjoy the summer days splashing and sliding in Full Blast. They have a really nice recreation place in the area that is reasonably priced compare to other indoor/outdoor water theme parks. It will keep your little ones entertained for hours like they don’t want to ever leave the place.  They also have a snack bar that fairly cheap so you don’t need to bother packing a lot of food on the way. Management keeps it well maintained; the changing rooms are clean and organized as well.

Battle Creek is teeming with good restaurants from fine dining to the good old comfort food restaurants. There is a lot to choose from, here are some of the restaurants to entice you with.

Lux Cafe

Lux Café is known for its hearty portions of American breakfast and other brunch classics. Be prepared as the place gets fully packed with people wanting to taste their bestselling pancakes. You will never leave the place hungry as their portions are really huge. Everyone in the family will surely love this place as they serve from pancakes to classic American dishes, all of which are delish and fulfilling. It’s a total comfort food dine-in experience. They take cleanliness and service to another level; their staffs are polite, friendly and efficient. They go around and make sure everyone is satisfied with their meals and to check on refills. Reservations are recommended especially on the weekends.

Malia Mediterranean Bistro

This is one of the hidden food haven gems in the township. They served traditional Italian cuisine and locally homemade dishes. It’s not too expensive which is great for after work chilling with coworkers or casual date nights any day of the week. Even though they get packed easily, guests are seated promptly and service is still good. Staffs are friendly and very attentive to your request – they make sure your steak is cooked just the way you love it. But make some room for their desserts, all of which are homemade and exceptionally good.

Umami Ramen

With the rise of Japanese cuisine popularity, everyone seems to crave some Ramen nowadays.  Good thing Battle Creek has one Ramen house that tastes the real thing. The best part is you get your own customize ramen.  There is a lot to choose from noodles, broth, meat, sauces, to toppings, which all of very high quality. They make sure to use the freshest ingredients only.  Stretchy pants needed as the portions are really huge and fulfilling.

Staffs and even the owner are very friendly, attentive, and courteous particularly to first-time diners – the ingredients to have a very special dining experience. Don’t get intimidated by their choices and varieties of ramen, they will definitely help you out to get the best combinations according to your taste. They let their customer taste the broths which they made from scratch every day and walk them through ordering. Despite people waiting in line, you have very little wait time and served only the best bowl of ramen in town.

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