Wagon Wheel American Grill

Wagon Wheel is an amazing restaurant & venue for everything food and fun. Bring your family or group of friends to come bowling and eat a delicious meal.

Events Calendar

 

CALENDAR

Tap Takeovers, Holiday Menus and Annual Bashes. Stay up to date on all of our big events.

Monday

Chicken / Steak Fajitas

$10.59

Tuesday

8oz. Roasted Pork Loin

*Served w/ garlic mashed potatoes & coleslaw

$9.95

Wednesday

Rib Basket

*Served w/ french fries & coleslaw

$10.95

Thursday

Grinders

*Choose: Turkey Bacon Ranch, Ham & Cheese, Prime Rib (Onion & Mushroom), Grilled Chicken, BBQ Chicken or Pizza

$9.25

Friday

16oz. Ribeye

*Served w/ salad bar, vegetables, choice of baked potato, buttered red skins, garlic mashed potatoes, fries or rice

$17.95

Saturday

Full Pound Prime Rib

*Served w/ salad bar, vegetables, choice or baked potato, buttered red skins, garlic mashed potatoes, fries or rice

$17.95

Tasty Burgers

Wood Fire Pizza

Great Brews

Our renowned burgers are a must try when you eat at Wagon Wheel. Deliciously handcrafted for your tastebuds.

Wood fire pizza is the best! This slow roasted hand made pizza will leave you wanting more. Try one today.

Come try some delicious micro brews. We serve a large variety of beer that everyone can enjoy.

Food Specials

Sunday

Bavarian Chicken Dinner

*Lightly Breaded Chicken , mashed potatoes with chicken gravy, corn and cole slaw.

**Quantities Limited

$9.95

A Short History About Wagon Wheel

In 1947, the Wagon Wheel was built on Old 16, just east of its present location on the opposite side of the road.  It was originally built as a party store by a man named Lee Hurley.  In 1959, it was purchased by Ron and Dorothy Lenneman.  Ron also owned the land across the road.  In 1962, that land was purchased by Dick Oakes and Al Vroman, who built a bowling alley called Ever Green Lanes.  After a couple of years in business, Ron purchased the bowling alley from them and moved the Wagon Wheel to its present location combining both businesses into one.

In March 1973, Herm and Ken Schrauben purchased the business from Ron and Dorothy.  The brothers were known for the antics and personalities.  After 11 years, Herm purchased Ken's share of the business.  All of Herm's kids worked in the business.  Chopper, the youngest of the bunch started working there as soon as he was old enough to stand on beer cases behind the bowling alley counter and collect money. 

30 Televisions

16 Draught Beers

Bowling

Fun Atmosphere

In June of 1997, Chopper and his wife Jonda purchased the business from his father.  In 2000, they decided that if they wanted to be in business and remain a part of the community, they needed to remodel and bring the facility up-to-date.   They added a banquet room, a new kitchen, and totally remodeled the entire facility.  New in 2004 was the addition of the synthetic lanes.

It has been quite a leap from serving burgers to great dinners.  We are still learning how to satisfy our customers' needs and will continue to change for the sake of great service.

We have added support staff for our waiters and waitresses, so if you need anything please do not hesitate to ask any of our great staff walking past your table.

About Wagon Wheel

Established in 1947, built on Old 16. Wagon Wheel was originally built as a party store but evolved over the years into what it is today.

Contact Us

Wagon Wheel

7888 E. Grand River Ave.,

Portland, MI 48875

(P) 517.647.4989

(E) chopper@wagonwheelbowl.com

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Restaurant Hours

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

11AM-12AM

11AM-12AM

11AM-12AM

11AM-12AM

11AM-2AM

11AM-2AM

11AM-12AM

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