Mackinac Island Dining

Whether you are looking for a romantic view with piano softly playing in the background, freshly caught local whitefish in a popular cafe or a quick bite at the hot dog stand before you begin your bike adventure, we’re serving you the best of Mackinac.

1852 Grill Room

Breakfast is served in the dining room as well as the outdoor terrace from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. Choose to order ala carte or feast from our hearty buffet. Unwind to the soothing sounds of live piano music and enjoy a premium choice of wine & specialty cocktails in the lounge daily beginning at 5 p.m. Savory and eclectic dinner selections are served in the dining room and on the outdoor terrace daily beginning at 6 p.m. Dinner reservations are encouraged using the OpenTable app.

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Ice House BBQ

Ice House BBQ & Bar serves a deliciously creative selection of classic home-style smoked barbecue favorites casually served at your choice of umbrella table in the carefully curated garden or under the tent on the deck. Follow the path to the left of the Island House Hotel across from the marina to escape the downtown hustle at the secluded hideaway the locals don’t want you to know about.

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Mary's Bistro Draught House Mary's Bistro Draught House

Located downtown at the head of the Star Line ferry dock, the newly renovated Mary’s Bistro Draught House, offers northern Michigan’s largest collection of craft beers with 50 beers on tap. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner, or drinks with unbeatable views of the harbor.

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Pancake House Pancake House

This island eatery has been serving up classic American meals since 1963. Breakfast can be enjoyed all day in this cozy venue. Mackinac Island’s fastest short order cooks whip up fresh eggs to order, breakfast sandwiches, omelets, Plath’s smoked meats, deli sandwiches, homemade soups, and of course waffles and pancakes dressed with fresh fruits, nuts or chocolate!

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Seabiscuit Cafe

This fabulous Mackinac Island eatery features an appropriate horse theme from the 1938 true life story of the famous horse, Seabiscuit. The former 1800s bank building was renovated to reveal the beautiful, original brick walls and hardwood floors transforming it into one of the Island’s most popular watering holes.

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