Restaurants in Southern Michigan
On the upper floor of 220 & Edison you'll find a relaxed local crowd that comes for dishes like the sautéed lake perch piccata. Downstairs, it's about socializing over well-crafted mixed drinks or wine.
In 1982 Paul Saginaw and Ari Weinzweig cofounded this iconic deli, serving authentic traditionally made food.
Dine by candlelight at this intimate restaurant known for its extensive wine list and French country classics like cassoulet and roast duck.
Watch the sun set over Lake Michigan in Stevensville at the cottage-style restaurant. While there, enjoy steaks and seafood in the main dining area or grab a burger in the Cranberry Bog Bar.
You can't miss it: the rooftop vintage neon sign brightly spells out REALLY GOOD AMERICAN FOOD and the menu reads like a national registry; Mississippi catfish, New Mexico green chiles, Apalachicola oysters, Minnesota wild rice.