Houghton MI (Rainy High 70 Low 54)
Subtitled: Foodies Paradise, Part 2
We had another lunch and shopping day here in Houghton which allows us to catch up on some blog entries from our stay in Grand Marais. Sleeping in late has cut down on Bob's blogging activities as the morning is when he gets a lot done.
As we mentioned in a previous blog entry Grand Marais is a foodies paradise. Here are some more of the great places to eat.
Crooked Spoon - Jo had her new favorite French Onion soup along with a great whitefish BLT, pastrami sandwich and other great offerings.
Angry Trout - right next to the Dockside Fish Market so you know the fish is very fresh. With outside seating with incredible views and great fresh fish sandwiches and a fettuccine and salad lunch entree that is tremendous this place is a must stop while in Grand Marais.
Pie Place Cafe - first of all pie; one of the best pies we have ever had is the raspberry rhubarb streusel pie here. The pies are expensive as are the meals but everything is good. They serve a northwoods Benedict which is maple sausage (which is excellent) instead of ham and a cheese sauce instead of hollandaise making this a very good variation of a Benedict. There is limited outside seating with a view of Grand Marais Bay and the Lighthouse.
Naniboujou - we blogged about the great french toast before, this place is so unique we had to mention it again.
Believe it or not there is still more to cover on the incredible food scene in Grand Marais which will wrap up in a future entry.
Till next time,
Bob and Jo
Oh how I love French Onion soup. I just ate and you have now made me hungry...AGAIN!ReplyDelete