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Located inside Island House Hotel, 1852 Grill Room features a first-class menu served in a relaxed setting highlighted by stunning Mackinac Island views. Choose to dine on the terrace patio or inside the dining room with its stunning décor and floor-to-ceiling windows. Live pianist, sunset hues over the water, and a flavorful dinner menu make for a perfectly romantic evening out.
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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. Open Memorial Day weekend thru Labor Day, weather permitting.
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Historic Mackinac Island Waterfront Hotel | Built in 1852 | Historic Hotels of America Member | Michigan Landmark | Family-Owned, Purchased by the Callewaert Family in 1969 | 94 Rooms | Air Conditioning | High-Speed WIFI | Heated Indoor Pool | Hot Tub | Bicycle Rental | 1852 Grill Room | Ice House BBQ | Website | History
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A Mackinac Island institution serving classic American meals since 1963. Mackinac Island’s fastest short order cooks whip you up a hearty breakfast on the go.
Pine Cottage sits quietly off Main Street, just a short stroll from the hustle of downtown. Built in 1870, Pine Cottage beckons you to a simpler time with its rocking chairs on the wrap-around porch and old-world appeal with hints of antique furniture, steam radiators, and clawfoot tubs. The ambiance easily allows one to envision Victorian-era women in sweeping gowns and men in coats and hats, stepping off steamships in the harbor, and making their way up the lane to take tea in the parlor as guests.
On Michigan’s world-renowned Mackinac Island, the sweet aroma of fudge wafts out onto the street from four unique Ryba’s Fudge Shops. Passerby’s stop in their tracks to watch through the window as confectionary artists handcraft the creamiest, decadently delicious fudge loaded with flavor following the family recipe perfected over four generations. Large copper kettles for heating and marble slabs for cooling give Ryba’s Mackinac Island fudge its signature smooth, creamy texture that you love. Ryba’s Fudge Shops is celebrating 75 years of handcrafting Michigan’s finest sweet treats. Vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, and sugar-free treats are also available. Shop while on Mackinac Island or order online any time!
This beloved eatery features a celebratory horse theme starring the famous champion thoroughbred, Seabiscuit. The former 1800’s bank building was renovated to reveal the original brick walls and hardwood floors transforming it into one of Mackinac Island’s most popular watering holes. A unique and casual menu appropriately fits this cozy café. Seabiscuit fans rave about the deliciously fresh menu selections. Discover your new favorite cocktail, the Mamosa.
Guests familiar with the first Starbucks at Pike’s Place Market in Seattle will notice a striking resemblance. Stop in for an icy Frappuccino, a piping hot Macchiato, or a meal on the go. Visit the only Starbucks that your coffee traveled by plane, truck, boat and horse to get to your cup.
The Callewaert Family owns and operates these Mackinac Island icons.