April 17, 2021

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Where to Eat Now

Please be seated for these abbreviated versions of the restaurant profiles we’ve featured since our last Restaurant Issue. Before you do, one warning: We’d like nothing better than for our readers to support local restaurants like these featured here, but before popping in anywhere, we recommend calling ahead to stay abreast of the latest regarding ... Read More >>

Moose Jaw Junction, Larks Lake

America is speckled with little hole-in-the-way places that sometimes make our culinary hearts go pitter-pat. These little bars and restaurants can often be found in the most rural, out-of-the-way places, where there might be as many poor or mediocre joints as there are good ones. Those sub-par places quickly slip our minds, especially when memories ... Read More >>

Job Openings Across the North

Welcome to our spring 2019 “Now Hiring” section sponsored by Hagerty! Here you’ll find more than 200 jobs now open across northern Michigan, some seasonal, some part-time, some full-time. Explore away! Hagerty Traverse cityApplication Security EngineerHagerty, the leading provider of classic car insurance, valuation tools and roadside service for people who love cars, has an opportunity for ... Read More >>

A Showcase of Restaurants

Trattoria Funistrada – Glen Lake Out in western Leelanau County, on the eastern edge of Big Glen Lake, lies Funistrada, a charming restaurant housed in a historic cottage-like clapboard building surrounded by greenery and flowers. Holly and Tom Reay, owners of Funistrada since the spring of 2000, were Glen Lake “summer kids” growing up. In ... Read More >>


Please be seated for these abbreviated versions of the restaurant reviews we’ve featured since our last RestauranTour issue. Bon Appetit! The Torch Lake Cafe Torch Lake It started as a church back in the 1800s but was restored to its former glory and turned into a rockin’ dining destination by owner Leanna Collins and her ... Read More >>

Farmers Markets to Get You Through Winter

As summer ends and fall begins its slow crawl toward winter, all of the produce and locally grown products we’ve enjoyed start to fade away … or do they? If you’re fortunate enough to live within driving distance of one of these locations, you can enjoy farm-fresh goodness even after the snow flies. Boyne CityWhen: ... Read More >>

The Eat List

Please be seated for these abbreviated versions of the restaurant reviews we’ve featured since our last RestauranTour issue. Bon Appetit! (Compiled by Kristi Kates) BluGlen Arbor Now in year nine with Blu, Chef Randy Chamberlain said what he sees happening is exactly what he wanted to create from the start: a fine dining restaurant in ... Read More >>

Classic Golf and Casual Fine Eats

Opened in 2005 as a combination golf course and restaurant, Chestnut Valley sits north of Harbor Springs in a wooded setting that surrounds meticulously groomed greens and gently rolling fairways. Its current owner, Mike Wilson, bought the facility in 2011; new general manager, Mark Sanche, started at Chestnut Valley this past April, and has been ... Read More >>

The Mile-High Subsidy Club

Northern Michigan’s 1st Congressional District is vast, spanning the northern lower and entire upper peninsula. It's also home to more subsidized airports than any other in the country. President Donald Trump’s 2018 Budget Blueprint proposes eliminating Essential Air Service (EAS), the program that funds these remote airports. The cut could threaten commercial air service in ... Read More >>

Letters 10-31-2016

No-Show Bergman I know candidates are very busy, getting pulled in many directions by town hall meetings, forums, candidate campaign committees, etc. However, Jack Bergman, 1st District Congressional candidate, has disappointed five different organizing committees of public forums. After committing to attend, Bergman has been a no-show, to the dismay of all those who expected ... Read More >>