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Dining, Bars, and Nightclubs

The Best Food and Attractions Around

Northern Michigan dining, bars, and nightclubs are incredible. With more than 100 bars and restaurants in Northern Michigan alone, every guest can find a menu to please his or her palate. This world-class destination offers everything from casual to formal dining, ranging from restaurants to bars and clubs. No matter what time of day, an amazing meal is just waiting to be completely devoured — whether it’s breakfast before hitting the slopes, drinking and mingling during apres-ski, a wine tasting, dinner, or late-night. The area has unique dining environments all year long with al fresco dining during the summer months and cozy meals by the fireplace in the winter.

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Our Recommendations

  • Boyne City
  • The Highlands (Boyne)
  • Boyne Mountain
  • Charlevoix
  • Harbor Springs
  • Traverse City

Restaurants in Northern Michigan

Northern Michigan has evolved as one of Michigan’s best eating destinations thanks to award-winning chefs and restaurateurs. Furthermore, the local culinary culture in Northern Michigan is growing, with everything from farm-to-table bistros to classic steakhouses to historic restaurants. In addition, visitors have several culinary options to pick from. For example, they can look for a distinctive site in downtown Traverse City or a unique spot near Harbor Springs.

Breweries in Northern Michigan

We’d like to ask you to learn about Northern Michigan’s beer culture by visiting some of the area’s brewpubs, brewers, and taprooms. Also, please drink wisely and safely with a designated driver, as always.

Wineries in Northern Michigan

Michigan is known as one of the nation’s microbrew capitals, but drinkers know the region’s blossoming wine sector.

In reality, you may visit wineries and tasting rooms in Northern Michigan to experience unique, award-winning vintages. However, many wineries operate in Michigan to better serve their consumers, though many of the state’s vineyards are on the west side of the state. As a result, take a wine tour in and around Northern Michigan on your own.