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From its beginning in 1903, the “Union Depot” on Michigan Avenue was a haven of hospitality for train
passengers and Lansing locals whose entertainment was watching the iron horse pull in each day. It’s rumored this
station was also used as a backdrop in the production and shooting of the famous novel turned movie “Anatomy of a
Murder.” The elaborate combination of cut stone arches and towers was designed be Detroit architects Spiers and
Rohns who gave several Michigan railroad stations a similar dash of Romanesque design.

 

 

Clara's Lansing Station

Welcome to Clara’s Lansing Station!
Where delightful dining and turn of the century hospitality make a timely connection. Relax awhile and join us on
a trip to the turn of the century. That’s when the Michigan Central and Pere Marquette Railroad Station, now Clara’s,
was built. All aboard!

Come for our full Sunday Brunch, voted best brunch in Lansing for many years! Lunch and dinner items included!

 


Clara's Lansing Station, 637 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI 48912 • 517-372-7120