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Culinary Trail

 

 
If there’s one thing we know how to do in northern Michigan, it’s eat! In addition to the numerous dining options in restaurants and eateries in the area, there are certain “must go” places if you’re a foodie. Loosen your belt and check these out:

Farmer’s Markets:

Boyne City : Wednesdays and Saturdays 8 to noon June through October

Harbor Springs: Wednesdays and Saturdays 8 to noon, mid-June through mid-October

Petoskey: Fridays 8:30 to 1,  mid-June through late-September

Morel Mushroom Hunting:

– In mid-May to mid-June, these tasty little mushrooms taunt hunters just waiting to savor the elusive fungi.    Visit The Great Morel  for lots of great info on – yes, you guessed it – morels.  And don’t forget the National Morel Mushroom Hunting Championship takes place every year in Boyne City in May.

Download a copy of our 2019 Culinary Trail and keep it in the car with you so you don’t miss a single stop.

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201 East Main Street
Harbor Springs, MI 49740

Phone: 231.526.6121
Region: Harbor Springs
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Since 1959 theyve been producing over 20 flavors of fudge and other gooey confections in their vintage 1908 shop in downtown Harbor Springs.
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05115 Boyne City Rd
Boyne City, MI 49712

Phone: 231.582.7827
Region: Boyne City/Boyne Falls
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Best known for its Hemingway memorabilia and lore, the locals love the homemade salsas, whitefishpate and tapas ...
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