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The Cherry Hut

246 Michigan Ave., Beulah, MI - (231) 882-4431
The Cherry Hut is a roadside stand grown into a restaurant where you will eat some of the most delicious cherry pie anywhere-- sweet and a little tart, with a flaky crust that adds a savory note.
95% Approval Rating (20 votes)

Scorecard

5 - Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
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Highlighted Reviews

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Michael Stern - Photos (5)
Roadfood.com Editor
" We cannot tell a lie: our favorite way to eat cherries in northwestern Michigan is to stop at a farm stand in the summer and get a bag of washed ones. They are dark maroon, nearly black; their skin is taut, and their flesh is firm and full of nectar. When you buy ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

246 Michigan Ave., Beulah, MI
(231) 882-4431

http://www.cherryhutstore.com/

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Summer
Meals Served:Lunch, Dessert
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:Yes
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
The Cherry Hut recipe for pie is simple and basic. Of course, the cherries are from local trees.
"The Cherry Hut recipe for pie is simple and basic. Of course, the cherries are from local trees."
Michael Stern





Cheery Jerry, the cherry pie-faced boy, has been the mascot of this roadside stand for decades. For a short while years ago, the ventilation for the top crust of each pie was a quartet of cuts that were made to look like Jerry's eyes, nose and mouth. The artistry was abandoned because when the pies baked, the cherry juice leaked and it sometimes looked like Jerry was suffering a facial hemorrhage.
"Cheery Jerry, the cherry pie-faced boy, has been the mascot of this roadside stand for decades. For a short while years ago, the ventilation for the top crust of each pie was a quartet of cuts that were made to look like Jerry's eyes, nose and mouth. The artistry was abandoned because when the pies baked, the cherry juice leaked and it sometimes looked like Jerry was suffering a facial hemorrhage."
Michael Stern


Health drink, Northern Michigan style: sweet Cherry Ade.
"Health drink, Northern Michigan style: sweet Cherry Ade."
Michael Stern


Sugar is heaped on tart cherries to make the filling for a Cherry Hut pie.
"Sugar is heaped on tart cherries to make the filling for a Cherry Hut pie."
Michael Stern


Each pie is made by hand from a recipe that dates back to the earliest days of the Cherry Hut, some eighty years ago.
"Each pie is made by hand from a recipe that dates back to the earliest days of the Cherry Hut, some eighty years ago."
Michael Stern



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