You’d think so, but nope its the "Dam Site Inn". Its by a creek so… Anyways, I just got back from there a couple hours ago. I Should have asked the owner if it there is any relation to the place up north besides the name.
Clydes Drive Inns are a must in the U.P. Timber Charlies In Newberry the UP. also TreeTops in Gaylord and Garland in Lewiston have some of the best resort dining available
I love The Blue Slipper in Onekama. The Glenwood is good, too.
Wouldn’t that be the Damn Site?
Hmmm didnt realize there was another dam site inn in MI(besides the one in Hell). Ya, learn something new every day.
Charlevoix – The Weathervane
Harbor Springs – The Pier
Pellston – The Dam Site Inn
Mackinaw CIty – The DIxie Tavern
Sault Ste Marie – The Antlers
You may want to check out some of the Sterns past visits also:
If you hit the UP, make sure ya chow down on a Pastie! (Unless your a vegetarian, then turn left and head back to Wisconsin)
Available about everywhere… And if your stop dont have them, they’ll probably be more then happy to tell you where to find one..
By the way Jay… Welcome to Roadfood… From a fellow Michigander hiding just a bit east of Grand Rapids..
"Windows" on Grand Traverse Bay
"Tapawingo" in Ellsworth
"The Rowe Inn" just outside of Ellsworth
"Trillium" at the Grand Traverse Resort Village
"Stafford’s" in Bay View on Little Traverse Bay
"Boone’s Long Lake Inn" and "Bower’s Harbor" both in Traverse City
Lots of great eateries in NW Michigan!
What are you calling Northern Michigan? Upper Peninsula, or upper Lower Peninsula? If I were saying "Northwest Michigan", I would mean the northwest portion of the Lower Peninsula. [;)]
I want to start branching out and eating at more places when I am in Northern Michigan? Something for my wife and I, or the whole family.
Favorite place in Northwest Michigan??
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