Best American Restaurants in Petoskey

Bennethum's Northern InnBennethum's Northern Inn
American | Gaylord, Northern Michigan
American | Munising, Northern Michigan
Aerie Restaurant & LoungeAerie Restaurant & Lounge
American | Acme, Northern Michigan

Best Italian Restaurants in Petoskey

Italian | Glen Arbor / Maple City, Northern Michigan
PepeNero Ristorantino Italiano / Ballaro Wine LoungePepeNero Ristorantino Italiano / Ballaro Wine Lounge
Italian | Traverse City, Northern Michigan

Popular restaurants in Northern MI

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Trattoria Stella
Italian | Traverse City
Bennethum's Northern Inn
American | Gaylord
Aerie Restaurant & Lounge
American | Acme
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Petoskey Locals Are Talking About
What do you love most about Petoskey?
Stayed at Stafford's Perry which allowed us to walk to various restaurants. Most impressed as to how well maintained the town was. Very clean with loving flowers and landscaping.
Jaya - Houston
What’s iconic about Petoskey?
Just love the small town atmosphere.
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Petoskey Restaurants

Chandler's a RestaurantChandler's a Restaurant
477 reviews
Global, International | Petoskey, Northern Michigan

As always, service was excellent, food was all that I expected! More

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Stiggs Brewery & KitchenStiggs Brewery & Kitchen
1 review
American | Petoskey, Northern Michigan

Great Mac and cheese and cheesecake with lavender/cherry topping! And the Mitten Mule was delicious! More

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Rudbeckia Winery and Burnt Marshmallow BrewingRudbeckia Winery and Burnt Marshmallow Brewing
2 reviews
Bistro | Petoskey, Northern Michigan

The owners were amazing! They took the time to call us and set up a food, wine, and beer menu catered to our likes and dislikes. I highly recommend this place! More

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Discover Petoskey

For those interested in a tour of American cuisine history, Petoskey is the place to go. Nineteenth-century buildings still stand, repurposed for the modern age with countless small restaurants offering various cuisine experiences. For breakfast, try pancakes and eggs supported by ample pieces of bacon. Lunch could be fresh perch covered in a rich batter amply applied, accompanied by hush puppies and a zippy coleslaw. The tartar sauce is a fresh homemade dill concoction that is unknown elsewhere. Finish your American cuisine day with dinner, beginning with a buffalo cauliflower appetizer and an entree of a 9-ounce lobster tail, buttered and covered in a smooth garlic sauce. Move on to a prime rib steak with a unique horseradish dip and mashed potatoes covered in wholesome prime rib gravy.