Harrison Township Michigan, also known as “Boat Town” is known for... boats shall I say. In the spring time within this region, people walk, roller blade, and jog up and down the metro beach route while the weather permits. After all, Michiganders appreciate the limited time of warm weather provided by Mother Nature annually.
Casing the community out on a mission to find some good food, I found myself stopping at Terry’s Terrance located on Jefferson. The atmosphere of restaurant puts one in the mind of a seafood bar and grill found within Daytona Beach area. As I entered the restaurant, I was greeted with a smile and immediately escorted to my seat.
Having a wide variety of food items to select from, I started with a bowl of Cheesy French Onion soup. Due to it being my first time having this specific type of soup with melted cheese on top, I had my doubts prior to tasting it. To my surprise it was pretty good. The next time I have it, I’ll request less cheese. For my main course, I decided on the Beer Battered Fish and Green Beans. Usually a skeptic for ordering fried fish due to the batter over powering the flavor of the actual cod, I must admit, it was delicious and filling. As for the Green Beans, they could’ve used a little bit more seasoning however; I appreciated the fact that they were fresh and not canned.
Folks I’m giving Terry’s Terrance three out of four stars and if you’re ever in the area, stop on through and have a meal in ‘Boat Town.”