These restaurants and eateries are our friends and neighbors up here at a higher latitude, from street food to fine dining, they got it all.

Ursa Major Bistro

A family-owned daytime bistro. Offering just what you need for your adventure with a little caffeine pick-me-up on the side. Don’t forget a dessert to go, or just eat it here. No judgment. Just a mile from Dunegrass Beulah.

L’chayim Delicatessen

A bagel with lox and cream cheese? Here? Yo! A New York inspired deli in Northern Michigan, L’chayim will make you crave the Mt. of Olives veggie sandwich or a Lebanon ham with mango sandwich. We think half of the fun of this deli is ordering! And if you can’t get enough, you can order certain items by the pound for later.

The Roadhouse Mexican Bar and Grill

The Roadhouse Mexican Bar & Grill is home for traditional Mexican cuisine in Benzie County. Open year-round for dinner with service beginning at 4 p.m. Enjoy seasonal outdoor dining in the backyard cantina. The Roadhouse salsa and chips are made fresh every day. Enjoy a tremendous selection of tequila along with local craft beers, sangria and homemade margaritas.

Hilltop Soda Shoppe

A real old-fashioned soda shoppe, Hilltop offers home-made ice cream, coffee, or donuts. Nothing fake here, real food made by real people who care (ice cream from cow to cone). Check out their menu, it is a great place to cure the munchies.

Mary’s Asian Cuisine

This food truck style street food restaurant is not to be missed. Located just up the street nets to Market Basket, this little yellow truck serves up some of the best Asian, Tex-Mex, and American food around! Great to grab and go on your way to the sesh!

Blue Cow Cafe Restaurant, Wine Bar & Brewpub

Upscale, but rustic, every week they prepare a selection of locally procured, seasonally-conscious meals. This is an inspired dining experience, offering everything from artisan cheeses, and escargots to fresh Atlantic salmon and beef tenderloin.

Ala Mode Cafe

Voted 5x Best Restaurant in Mecosta County, Ala Mode serves up homestyle breakfasts that are worth the trip. They’re also open for lunch if that’s more your pace, but trust us when we say that the breakfasts are out of this world!!

3 Girls Bakery

Exquisite cakes and cupcakes in so many different flavors! We’re floored. And just when you think that’s impressive, they offer freshly-made pretzels and a deli menu. The deli menu offers breakfast all day, soup, sandwiches, wraps and paninis. Check them out on Michigan Avenue!

Roasted Cafe

Located directly above our Cadillac Dunegrass Co. store, Roasted serves up great coffee, cocktails, beer, and food. If you’re looking for a great cup of coffee, a carefully created cocktail, or a great bite to eat for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Roasted has you covered!

The Truck Stop

This indoor/outdoor food hall also hosts The Venue for live music and events. Known for great service and generous portions from their collection of food trucks, The Truck Stop is a great spot for excellent street food, BBQ, and burgers!

Clam Lake Beer Company

Named for the original name of Cadillac, Clam Lake Beer Company has just the beer you were hoping for. But bring your friends who aren’t beer lovers and they’ll be happy too, with a great wine list to artfully mixed cocktails, everyone will be satisfied. While enjoying your drink, peruse the truly inspired dinner options. Patrons are calling this the best of the best. Just a few steps from Dunegrass Clam Lake, oops, we mean Cadillac.

The Iron Pig Smokehouse

Get ready to get saucy! Breakfast, brunch and dinner, you and Dunegrass could eat here all day long. Breakfast burritos, BBQ, pizza and tacos, and even a menu for the little ones. What more could you ask for?

Bennethum’s Northern Inn

A bit more formal form of a higher latitude with fancier fare. On Old Hwy 27 South, have a seat and enjoy appetizers all the way through desserts. How does a slice of Limoncello Mascarpone Cake sound after dinner? Only Dunegrass could make this more special!

Mary’s Stein Haus

German Food you say? Count us in! Right on Main Street in Downtown Gaylord, the interior is as charming as the exterior. Make yourself comfy and try out some different dishes. If it’s a local favorite, you know it’s good! Don’t forget to order a pretzel to go for your later date with Dunegrass and the munchies!

Mi Vallarta

Real deal Mexican food at last! Who wants a baked potato with steak and bacon toppings or a puffy taco? We do! We have an idea, start with Dunegrass and then eat responsibly at Mi Vallarta.

Goody’s Juice & Java

A breakfast and lunch spot to stave off the midday hunger. Light fare from sandwiches to soups, cookies, muffins and that shot of coffee to help you get to your next Higher Latitude Adventure.

Taco ‘Bout It

On River Street in Manistee, Taco ‘Bout It offers casual outdoor seating along the river to enjoy your Hawaiian Taco or Chicken Torta. If you are in the mood for Mexican food, this is a great place to be!

M-22 Grill

A local grill for down-home re-fueling on your adventures. Whatever you are craving, chances are they have it on the menu. And pick up an M-22 glass or mug while you’re there.

TJ’s Pub

On the ground level of the restored 10 – room Ramsdell Inn, built in 1891, TJ’s Pub sits right on the corner of River and Maple Street. A very comfortable pub in an historic site offering an elevated selection of pub food, beer, wine and cocktails.

Big Al’s Pizza

Longtime pizzeria praised for its Chicago-style pies & subs served in an open, unfussy dining room. Whether it’s their award-winning subs or their out of this world Stromboli, you can’t go wrong by adding a little Sub Sauce! It’s greasy, but that’s how you know it’s good!

Rice Paddy

Aren’t the best places little hole-in-the-walls? Family-owned (and loved) Thai eatery known for its generous portions of delicious Thai food for a very reasonable price. Cash-only, so make sure you stop at an ATM on the way!

Lagniappe Cajun Creole Eatery

For something very different and very, very worthwhile, Lagniappe Cajun Creole Eatery will have you wondering what you are getting yourself into at first, but you will never regret it. While you are deciding what to have for dinner, if it sounds good, order it, you will like it. Find something that doesn’t sound good? Order it, you will like it. From a fried garlic cheddar grit cake appetizer to the Cajun Crawfish Cavatappi Pasta, you’ll swear you are deep in Louisiana. In fact, you’ll probably end up leaving with an Naw’lins accent.

Courtyards and Second Line T-Boys and Tapas

Located right across Champion Street from Dunegrass Marquette, Courtyards offers cajun and creole inspired street food in a beautiful, casual bar setting. Their chicken fingers are a Dunegrass staff favorite and their friendly staff is always happy to delight!

Hofbrau Steak House & American Grille

Sitting along the village’s main drag, some two miles north of the Interlochen Center for the Arts, the Hofbrau has been serving up tasty food and beverages for almost 100 years. Learn More →

Boone’s Long Lake Inn

Nestled right in the heart of Traverse City, Boone’s Long Lake Inn is a charming rustic escape for locals and visitors alike! Our generous portions of legendary steaks, seafood, prime rib, and many other delectable entrees come to together to make our menu a perfect blend of savory and gourmet flavors. Complementing our perfectly rounded cuisine, Boone’s features a warm and rustic atmosphere that provides you with the perfect memorable Northern Michigan experience. Learn More →

Lake Anne Brewing Co.

Lake Ann Brewing Co. specializes in craft beers as well as local ciders, mead, and wine. The tavern provides a casual, rustic, “up north” atmosphere. While you’re there, make sure you order food from Stone Oven right next door!

Stone Oven

Located right next door to Lake Ann Brewing Co., Stone Oven serves up great pizza, amazing sandwiches and salads, burgers and fries, and other delicious foods. The Thai Rueben is something you just have to experience! Grab a pint next door while you wait and maybe catch some live music out back!