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Live Music, Beach Views, and Crave-Worthy Food. The Deck Is a Summer Hot-Spot in Muskegon, Michigan and Definitely Worth Checking Out on Your Trip.

Located right on Pere Marquette Park Beach, The Deck offers a one-of-a-kind dining experience rave about to your friends and family.

The outdoor area is expansive. There is a wraparound upper balcony with swings that offer a view of Lake Michigan.

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The lower beach area offers a more casual experience. An outdoor performance stage means you can dance in the beach-sand! With two walk-up bars, outdoor games and plenty of seating, there are activities for everyone to enjoy.

Place your order at the take-out window and enjoy your food in the beach area while listening to the live music.

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The loyal customer base can attest to how tasty the food is. The main attraction is the smoked meats, made in-house each day. The variety of menu offerings mean there’s something for everyone to indulge in.

A cult favorite of Deck-goers is the Dirty South Nachos. A base of sweet potato waffle fries, pulled pork and lots of toppings.

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A new menu item to check out is the hand battered walleye; a classic take on the popular great lakes dish. Looking for something without meat? Try the Crispy Thai Brussel Sprouts – a delicious twist on veggies. Take a peek at the menu HERE.

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Customers come from all over for The Deck experience.
 
“The Deck is hands down the coolest beach restaurant I’ve been to in Michigan! If sipping delicious slushee drinks while on a swing overlooking an expansive beach sounds like your cup of tea… You must go here immediately! Honestly… Why have I not come here every weekend?!”
~ Britta, Grand Rapids

Muskegon mural painted by Jubenal Rodriguez

The Deck has three bars; two on the upper level and one on the bottom in the beach area. All offer signature cocktails, local craft beers, Mexican lager, frozen drinks and more. 

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Live Music

If your aren’t convinced yet – how about live music that comes from all over Michigan and beyond? Have a look at the lineup HERE

Parking

Paid parking is in effect May 15th through September 15th – seven days a week from 9 am to 9 pm. Parking fees are $7 Monday – Thursday and $10 Friday – Sunday. Insider Tip! If you plan to visit more than twice, a $20 season pass is your best deal. Season passes can be purchased at Muskegon Police Department between 7:30 am and 5:30 pm.