Muskegon's former Rafferty Restaurant to reopen with new name, expanded conference center

Grand Rapids Real Estate Developer Jon Rooks says he intends to reopen the former Rafferty's Dockside Restaurant at the Terrace Pointe Development in Muskegon this spring with a new name, expanded dining area and a larger conference center. He purchased the 10-story waterfront Shoreline Inn and Suites last year, along with related properties.

According to excerpts from the story:

The new Shoreline Inn Conference Center will feature event seating for 368 people — with an additional 177 seats outdoors. The yet-to-be-named restaurant would have another 90 seats. Compared to the former Rafferty's, the conference space will be expanded with a "several hundred-thousand dollar" renovation, Rooks said.

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