Category: Foodie

Michigan Autumn Tradition: Yates Cider Mill

With a history that dates back to 1863, Yates Cider Mill is one of my favorite autumn traditions in Michigan. The Clinton River cascades over the Yates Dam (located across the street from the cider mill), creates the stream that the cider mill uses… Continue Reading “Michigan Autumn Tradition: Yates Cider Mill”

Restaurant Review: Iron Bay, Marquette

  Iron Bay Drinkery, Restaurant, and Taproom are located in the heart of downtown Marquette, Michigan in one of the most iconic and historic locations. Iron Bay is serving about all the American classic from burgers and salads to chicken wings and my personal… Continue Reading “Restaurant Review: Iron Bay, Marquette”

Travel Diaries: Grindstone City General Store

  Grindstone City is located about 5 miles east of Port Austin at the tip of Michigan\’s thumb on the shores of Lake Huron. Grindstone City is filled with so much history, but now all that remains of this once booming town is the… Continue Reading “Travel Diaries: Grindstone City General Store”

The Peach Truck Comes to Michigan

This year is all sorts of wonky, and everything seems to be canceled. Well, not everything! You\’ve seen their ads all over Facebook and despite a different kind of tour The Peach Truck arrived in Michigan this weekend. Typically you can just walk right… Continue Reading “The Peach Truck Comes to Michigan”

Restaurant Review: The Old Shillelagh – Detroit, Michigan

Located in the heart of Greektown, the Old Shillelagh in downtown Detroit, Michigan\’s Irish Pub. John Brady opened the Old Shillelagh opened in February of 1975, in 1986 Brady passed the business down to his daughter Barb and in 2005 a third generation took… Continue Reading “Restaurant Review: The Old Shillelagh – Detroit, Michigan”