Dozens of Michigan restaurants acknowledge being “haunted,” but only a handful celebrate their spirited side by hosting dinners, tours and events that highlight their ghostly activities.
You can still buy bricks of creamy orange-gold Pinconning at the official Cheese Capitol of Michigan — and from the recipe that founder Dan Horn brought from neighboring Wisconsin.
In the village of Hessel, a quaint northern Lake Huron port, Les Cheneaux Culinary School readily lives up to its boutique restaurant status.
Walk through the back entrance of Holland restaurant Seventy-Six, and you’ll see a framed photograph hanging on the wall.
There’s nothing conventional about the hip, new restaurant called Houndstooth, located in the Benton Harbor Arts District.
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.'