703 N. Cedar St. -- US 131
Kalkaska, MI 49646-8485
Phone: (231) 258-9119
Fax: (231) 258-9026
Siren Hall is a born and bred Elk Rapids institution, placed on a cobblestone street right along the Grand Traverse Bay. Siren Hall's consists of a minimal dining space, stuffed marlin and dorado, as well as the century-old steel beems along the ceiling, illuminated by the booth-top lights that ring around the dining area. Pull up a stool at Siren Hall's gorgeous bar, made from a single douglas fir support beam recovered from the Puget Sound. Slick presentation and an intuition for modern dining makes Siren Hall a mandatory stop in Elk Rapids.
Darlene's is the answer to everyone's craving for home food when away from home. East Jordan's most popular quaint joint is what you need to get over your homesickness; and for those who are not homesick, but it never hurts to have good food now, does it? Home cooked food and all fresh out of the oven as they say, you will surely be in love with the place after one visit. Do call ahead for more details.
The whole family will enjoy the traditional diner menu and lively atmosphere at Westside Diner.
Established in 1972, Schelde's Grille & Spirits is a nice place to dine with family and friends. Overlooking the East Arm Grand Traverse Bay, it is a favorite brunch spot among the locals. This classic American restaurant has a friendly ambiance and serves tasty dishes that are affordable. Savor their Broccoli Cheddar Soup, Slow Roasted Prime Rib, Beef Nachos Superior, Great Lakes Whitefish and Charleston Chicken. Complement your meal with a choice drink from the bar.
Fast and affordable Italian specialties such as pasta and pizza are available at Spicy Bob's Italian Express.
Red Ginger brings to Traverse City some delightful Asian food. This is the local favorite for sushi. The fish here is always fresh and the rolls are innovative with seasonal flavors. Favorite sushi here include the Unagi and the Shrimp Tempura. Other dishes to order are the Minced Chicken in Lettuce Wraps and the Calamari.
Colleen Smiley dared to introduce vegetarian cuisine to the meat-loving natives of Michigan. And with veganism becoming more popular, her Om Café is now a local favorite. The name is the Sanskrit syllable that is symbolic of Hinduism and the simplicity in the food and decor exudes a sort of holistic aura. The menu features globally-influenced, organic fare, minus the compromise on taste and variety, and made from fresh and locally-sourced ingredients. Try their Buddhist Priest Stir-Fry to go with organic cocktails.
Known as The Meeting Place of the North, Spike's Keg 'O' Nails restaurant and tavern has served patrons since 1933. Features a Friday Night Fish Fry, the Spikeburger, and memorabilia including t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, golf shirts, and mugs.
Located on the Michigan Avenue in Grayling, MI is the Bottle Cap Museum, a museum-cum-diner. Also called Dawson and Stevens Classic 50's Diner, it features brilliant and colorful retro interiors and the largest memorabilia of Coca Cola Company in the state. With over 10,000 original Coca Cola artifacts, including an authentic antique soda fountain, the Bottle Cap Museum serves delicious all-American meals. Open for breakfast and lunch, this unique diner makes for an interesting visit.
This classic diner is known for tasty meals including fresh meats and savory sides.
Enjoy hot, fresh pizza made with fresh ingredients and sauces, and topped with your favorite meats and veggies.
Whether you are an out-of-towner or a resident of Grayling, everyone knows Grayling Restaurant is where the locals eat. Since 1937, Grayling Restaurant has been serving high quality, homestyle food with a smile.