Saginaw, Michigan, is near the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge and features more than 9,800 acres of marshes, bottomland hardwood forests and grasslands frequented by migratory birds. Sports bars and taverns are popular in Saginaw, and you could visit one, enjoy a locally made craft beer and pair it with a hot beef sandwich, mashed potatoes and gravy or a slice of shepherd's pie. Mexican food is abundant in this city. There are many family-owned-and-operated restaurants that are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Order huevos rancheros with fruit salad for breakfast or a plate of tacos carnitas, carne asada and arroz rojo for lunch or dinner. Handmade pizzas with toppings that include mushrooms, smoked ham and fresh mozzarella are a favorite choice in Saginaw.