This is the fifteenth in a series of posts for Michigan 2013.
Other posts in this series include: Lumber Jack, Pink Pony, Chippewa Hotel, Twist n Sprouts, Pancake House, Island Slice Pizzeria, Chuckwagon, Millie's on Main, Seabiscuit Cafe,
The dining options in Lake City, MI are limited so it's nice to know the Food Factory & Pub has got you covered if you're look for pub fare.
The interior's got a bar, some dining tables, and during the summer months, the deck is open for outdoor seating as well.
Factory Frickles ($4.99)
Deep-fried pickles wrapped in ham, Swiss, ranch
We started off with some factory frickles, which are essentially ham, cheese, and pickles fried in an egg roll. They were crisply fried and complemented nicely with the ranch. Pretty substantial for an appetizer, but perfect to share.
Taco Salad ($8.49)
Beef, shredded lettuce, cheese, green peppers, tomatoes, onions, black olives, tortilla shell
The GF was in the mood for a taco salad so got a substantial filling of beef, lettuce, cheese, peppers, tomatoes, onions, and olives - all in a crispy tortilla shell. The French dressing helped to brighten up the dish a bit.
Chicken Fajita ($7.99)
Seasoned chicken, Cheddar, fajita peppers, lettuce, onion, tomatoes, Southwest dressing
I went with the chicken fajita wrap which contained juicy chicken and was accompanied by the usual suspects - cheese, peppers, onions, and tomatoes. The Southwest dressing brought a slight kick but this was a pretty standard iteration of a chicken fajita wrap. It came accompanied by some chips as well.
Overall, the Food Factory & Pub gets the job done for lunch and dinner, but I wouldn't expect anything too special. Still, if you're looking for standard pub fare, they've got you covered.