It’s that time of year when the kids are back at college, weekends are filled with footballs, tailgate parties and falling leaves that take over driveways. Here at Zehnder’s, certain events signal the beginning of our Fall season: mums take the place of begonias, the aerating of The Fortress Golf Course is complete, pumpkins are beginning to spring up as decorations and our first delivery of Blue Hubbard Squash has arrived.
FRANKENMUTH, MI – August 8, 2016 – Zehnder’s Restaurant, the 1,500-seat family restaurant that serves more than one million guests a year, attributes its long-time tradition of customer service excellence as a hallmark for its continued success. Just last year Zehnder’s updated its reservation system to give guests a choice […]
Ever since we opened the first phase of Zehnder’s Splash Village in 2005 we’ve wanted to have an activities director that organized “fun stuff” for our Splash Village guests. For whatever reason we didn’t get that accomplished until the beginning of this summer season.
From 1920 to 1933 Prohibition was the law of the land. America embarked on a grand experiment to ban alcohol sales across the country. It created such problems that by 1933 the law was reversed. Frankenmuth is a major footnote in Prohibition’s checkered history.