Our team at Leeds Public House is honored to be part of Michigan City’s downtown during this initial year-long adventure!
“We were so happy and excited to get our doors open on July 31, 2019, after a year-long process of carefully renovating the building. Like everyone, we could never have envisioned the obstacles that would then come along with the COVID pandemic this spring,” said Leeds Public House owner Denise Burns.
In its first year, the downtown Michigan City eatery has adapted to guidelines and regulations as a result of the pandemic while striving to carry on the history represented by its 100-plus-year-old building.
“When you imagine how our actual space has withstood the test of time, it is inspiring to stay strong today and pave the way for a solid future of being a key neighborhood spot,” Burns said.
As part of our anniversary celebration, our team has put together a 3-course meal that will be available during our Customer Appreciation Week, July 29-Aug. 2.
“We have truly appreciated the positivity and support of the community,” Burns said.
We can’t wait to see you and celebrate!