Midwest Living Review
Tabor Hill is one of our favorite southwest Michigan spots. It's not that the food is the best you'll ever eat (although it is really, really good). It's not that the wine is the best we've ever had (although it is very nice, too). And it's not that the views are drop-dead gorgeous (although they are really very lovely). But if you combine a lot of "very, very goods," you get one delightful package, and that's what you'll find here. Start your evening early with a wine tasting. Tabor Hill makes a huge variety, and you can buy a bottle of whatever you like best to drink with dinner. The menu is heavy on local produce and cheese, with a bit of a Southwestern influence to it. You could easily make a meal of small plates -- options include squash blossom poppers and wild mushroom pizzette. We had the savory Manchego chorizo flatbread, topped with roasted tomatoes, dates and green olives. For entrees, we tried the duck breast stuffed with chopped cashews and ramps and rock lobster served on a bed of sweet corn risotto. Not every dish is a home run, but you'll come away utterly satisfied. Entrees at Tabor Hill cost $20-$30; small plates cost about $12.