Blending seasonal flavors like nutmeg, cloves and allspice, Michigan’s craft beers taste like autumn.
At the Old World Olive Press you can reap maximum nutritional benefits and savor the flavors at the newest “corner bar.”
Dining in the Vines now in its fifth year, the event attracts those looking for a fine, outdoor dining experience in a mural-like setting with no compromise in service.
In Sutton Bay, a unique innkeeper's insights into century-old food and cultural trends translate into a memorable culinary experience.
As the creators of "Das Good Bier" celebrate their 150th anniversary, Coon carries on a flavorful legacy.
At these spots, under the shadow of neon lights, a new generation can savor the original "fast food" experience with the revival of the drive-in.
The words “lake effect” are not always welcome news. But in the rolling hills of Fenn Valley, lake effect is partly responsible for the flavorful bounty that Doug Welsch, winemaker and second-generational head of Fenn Valley Vineyards, turns into wine.
Parlaying a bottle or two of Michigan wine into a summer party takes little more than a plate of assorted cheeses.