Old Mission’s historic establishment delivers relaxed farm-to-table dining.
In 1860, The Cadillac House grand opening was Lexington’s next big thing. Newly renovated, it is once again Lexington's crown jewel.
With views of the Straits of Mackinac, a lively patio and covered upper deck, plus an iconic bar with a backdrop of dancing pink ponies, it’s hard to choose where to sit in Mackinac Island’s Pink Pony.
The casual décor and crafted southern cooking overlooking the water make The Southerner in Saugatuck a popular draw for boaters and visitors.
Owner of Alpena bistro describes it as 'farm-to-table with West Coast fusion.'
Fine dining on tap at the historic Walloon Lake Inn.
Tabor Hill Restaurant, Michigan’s first winery restaurant gets a makeover.
Laura and Howard Iles, owners of Table 14, are changing Ludington’s dining profile. The atmosphere at their southern-inspired restaurant is simple, yet upscale, with only 14 tables (thus the name), blues music for ambiance and a modestly sized bar.
The Sovengard brought Scandinavia to Grand Rapids and brightened its dynamic restaurant scene.
On the banks of the Leland River, the 114-year-old restaurant is a permanent fixture of many an “Up North” itinerary.