“home of the burger that made New Buffalo famous!”
To give an accurate account of the Redamak's story, I would be remiss if I didn't first start with thanking a few individuals for, without their hard work, determination, and dedication, Redamak's in the early years would not have survived, and this all would be for naught.George and Gladys Redamak, the original owners ran an operation that was truly the American dream. Dating back to the late 1940's, they nurtured and labored for many years in a building not much bigger than a 1500 square foot home. For many years, as you entered the building through that famous screen door, either Gladys or George was there to greet you, most of the time by name and a warm hello. But on occasion, due to being under staffed, the greeting was short and to the point. Back when there were no waiting lists or reservations, it was literally first come, first served: a comical and sometimes dangerous procedure. Seasoned customers knew the routine and accepted it. This was vintage Redamak's. First time customers were often taken aback by the organized chaos, but, like a duck out of water, they quickly figured out what they needed to do.Redamak's, the roadside diner, was, and still is, known for it's family atmosphere, value, service, and quality. The Redamak's would not have it any other way. This has been the foundation they had worked hard to develop and maintain. Customers from around the Midwest appreciated their hard work. This was a part of the dining experience. To this day, Redamak's as we know it boasts "The Hamburger that Made New Buffalo, Michigan Famous!!"
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- Mon - Thu: 12:00 pm - 9:30 am
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