Lulu caught me with this baby. I'm afraid Boyne City is not really a culinary mecca of any kind, but I'll try my best.
The rules:1. Add a direct link to your post below the name of the person who tagged you.
Include the city/state and country you’re in.
Nicole (Sydney, Australia)
velverse (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
LB (San Giovanni in Marignano, Italy)
Selba (Jakarta, Indonesia)
Olivia (London, England)
ML (Utah, USA)
Lotus (Toronto, Canada)
tanabata (Saitama, Japan)
Andi (Dallas [ish], Texas, United States)
Lulu (Chicago, Illinois, United States)
Chris (Boyne City, Michigan, United States)
2. List out your top 5 favorite places to eat at your location.
3. Tag 5 other people (preferably from other countries/states) and let them know they’ve been tagged.
- Scalawag's Whitefish & Chips: I go here each Friday for whitefish, hushpuppies, & fries. I'm not catholic, it just sort of worked out that way. They have reasonably priced whitefish and after your 15th purchase you get $5 off your next order!
- Red Mesa Grill: This is a popular spot in downtown Boyne City. They have decent Mexican food considering they aren't many Mexicans in these parts. I usually order the Brazilian Skirt Steak which includes garlic marinated skirt steak char-grilled and served with guajillo enchilada sauce, garlic green chile smashed potatoes, fresh vegetable and onion rings for $12.95. Megan was fond of their Sour Cherry Margarita. Ole!
- Pearls: This place is owned by the same people who own Red Mesa. It's decent cajun food considering there aren't a lot of cajuns in these parts. I usually get the Jambalaya, Pearl’s spiciest dish! Chicken, shrimp and Tasso, simmered with tomatoes, rice, onions, celery, green peppers and garlic. Both Creole and Cajun cuisines proudly claim it as their own. $16.95. Laissez les bon temps roulez!
- The Bay View Inn: I like going here for Sunday Brunch on special occasions. Bay View is a seasonal Methodist community, or "chautauqua", just outside Petoskey. The picture above is from their website. There's tons of shit to choose from and it has a very old-timey feel.
- Applebee's: This place is like a diamond in the rough. Fine dining, elegant atmosphere, and attentive staff make this a must for any Northern Michigan visitor. Whether it's something off the grill or their lighter fare, you're bound to find something scrumptious. The free drink refills don't hurt, either!