Posted on July 27th, 2020
If you’re like me, you tend to eat and drink more when you’re on vacation. I just can’t help it. From eating breakfast (which I seldom do) to snacking and feeding my sweet tooth, there’s more time to indulge while on vacation and I take advantage of it. I also stop worrying about fat content and calories a… Read More
Posted on November 6th, 2019
One of the best parts of traveling is discovering new and interesting restaurants. But how do you know what’s best? Ask a local. That’s exactly what we did and narrowed the choices down to 13 of our favorite places to dine in the Petoskey Area.
Mim’s Mediterranean Grill — Petoskey
If you’re feel… Read More
Posted on April 24th, 2018
As May rolls in and the cold weather rolls out (hopefully!), the need for comfort foods begins to reside a bit. But comfort or not, food is still a big part of our lives from everyday sustenance to celebratory meals, to seasonal favorites and memory-making dining experiences.
The Petoskey Area is the… Read More
Posted on October 19th, 2016
Fall brings beautiful colors to the Petoskey Area, along with thoughts of pulling out the skis and snowshoes. The crisp, cool weather also seems to bring on appetites. Comfort foods take the place of salads and hot dogs as temperatures go south along with the geese, making this a perfect time to showc… Read More
Posted on August 8th, 2016
For everyone from the casual gourmet to the sophisticated foodie, the Petoskey Area is a diner’s paradise. In addition to the many top-notch restaurants and eateries in the region, there are also several establishments that offer farm-to-table freshness and tastes that can’t be found anywhere e… Read More
Posted on April 15th, 2016
Boyne City, a charming resort town on the shores of Lake Charlevoix in northern Michigan, will host the National Morel Mushroom Festival for the 56th straight year. This year’s festival will be held on May 11 – 15.
And what a festival it will be! For a few days, everything in Boyne City will be all… Read More
Posted on April 6th, 2015
As the winter white fades away in the Petoskey Area, it will soon be replaced by lush green golf courses, blankets of trillium and morels popping up just waiting to be picked.
Petoskey stones, Michigan’s State Stone, are pieces of fossilized coral that can be found along the Lake Michigan shor… Read More
Posted on October 23rd, 2014
One of the great things about the Petoskey Area is that the important things don’t change. The scenery remains beautiful, the people hospitable and the pace relaxed. One thing that has changed, however, is the addition of wineries to an already long list of things to partake in while visiting… Read More
Posted on April 24th, 2014
As April heads into May, mighty hunters will head to the woods here in northern Michigan.
No guns will be carried, no licenses required – these hunters will be stalking the elusive morel mushroom.
Morel mushrooms are such a big thing here, that in Boyne City they hold the National Morel Mushroo… Read More
Posted on April 1st, 2014
April in northern Michigan is somewhat of a segue season – winter is trying to leave, spring is attempting to arrive. This is a good time to visit the Petoskey Area if you’re just looking to relax, spend some time with someone you care about, and eat!
There are a wealth of terrific restaura… Read More