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Coley’s guidebook

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Coley’s guidebook

Food scene
Located just an Elevator ride down and within the Village at Grand Traverse Commons.
Just an elevator ride down to an amazing dinner
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Trattoria Stella
1200 West 11th Street
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Just an elevator ride down to an amazing dinner
Just an elevator ride down and a short walk through the "Mercato" inside the Village at Grand Traverse Commons brings you to PepeNero's Italian Restaurant
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PepeNero
700 Cottageview Drive
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Just an elevator ride down and a short walk through the "Mercato" inside the Village at Grand Traverse Commons brings you to PepeNero's Italian Restaurant
Short walk on the grounds of the Grand Traverse Commons brings you to a local brewery.
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Earthen Ales
1371 Gray Dr
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Short walk on the grounds of the Grand Traverse Commons brings you to a local brewery.
located on the grounds of Grand Traverse Commons and a short walk from your front door.
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Higher Grounds Trading Company
806 Red Drive
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located on the grounds of Grand Traverse Commons and a short walk from your front door.
Just a short walk and located on the ground of the Village at Grand Traverse Commons brings you to the smell of fresh baked bread and pastries.
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Pleasanton Brick Oven Bakery
811 Cottageview Drive
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Just a short walk and located on the ground of the Village at Grand Traverse Commons brings you to the smell of fresh baked bread and pastries.
Incredible breakfast/Brunch just an elevator ride away and then a short walk inside the Mercato of the Village at the Grand Traverse Commons.
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Red Spire Brunch House
800 Cottageview Dr
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Incredible breakfast/Brunch just an elevator ride away and then a short walk inside the Mercato of the Village at the Grand Traverse Commons.
Located within a short walk from your front door and within the grounds at the Village at Grand Traverse Commons
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Spanglish
1333 Yellow Drive
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Located within a short walk from your front door and within the grounds at the Village at Grand Traverse Commons
Walking distance from your front door and located on the grounds of the Village at Grand Traverse Commons
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S2S Sugar to Salt
1371 Gray Dr
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Walking distance from your front door and located on the grounds of the Village at Grand Traverse Commons
Located on the water, with a stunning view of Grand Traverse Bay, the Apache Trout Grill is still one of the best restaurants in Traverse City
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Apache Trout Grill
13671 South West Bay Shore Drive
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Located on the water, with a stunning view of Grand Traverse Bay, the Apache Trout Grill is still one of the best restaurants in Traverse City
Local Wine Tasting
Located just an elevator ride down and a short walk from your front door at the Village at Grand Traverse Commons
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Left Foot Charley
806 Red Drive
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Located just an elevator ride down and a short walk from your front door at the Village at Grand Traverse Commons
Black Star Farms Old Mission sits just off scenic M-37 among the rolling hills, vineyards, orchards and gorgeous views of Old Mission Peninsula. The state of the art wine processing facility focuses on their white wine production. The tasting room boasts a round bar constructed from wine barrels, a cozy fireplace, and a knowledgeable and friendly staff. You can taste many of their award-winning wines and brandies, all of which express the regional nature of northwest Michigan
Black Star Farms Old Mission
360 McKinley Rd E
Black Star Farms Old Mission sits just off scenic M-37 among the rolling hills, vineyards, orchards and gorgeous views of Old Mission Peninsula. The state of the art wine processing facility focuses on their white wine production. The tasting room boasts a round bar constructed from wine barrels, a cozy fireplace, and a knowledgeable and friendly staff. You can taste many of their award-winning wines and brandies, all of which express the regional nature of northwest Michigan
Neighborhoods
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Traverse City
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Sightseeing
Leelanau County
Mission Point Lighthouse has been a Traverse City and Old Mission Peninsula icon for decades. Located at the north end of a picturesque drive along M-37 through cherry orchards and vineyards, Mission Point Lighthouse stands as a classic piece of Michigan history. While it no longer guides mariners through West Grand Traverse Bay as it did from September 10, 1870 until it was decommissioned in 1933, Mission Point Lighthouse now offers visitors a peek into what life was like around the turn of the century for lighthouse keepers and for others who lived and worked in the area at the time.
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Mission Point Lighthouse
20500 Center Road
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Mission Point Lighthouse has been a Traverse City and Old Mission Peninsula icon for decades. Located at the north end of a picturesque drive along M-37 through cherry orchards and vineyards, Mission Point Lighthouse stands as a classic piece of Michigan history. While it no longer guides mariners through West Grand Traverse Bay as it did from September 10, 1870 until it was decommissioned in 1933, Mission Point Lighthouse now offers visitors a peek into what life was like around the turn of the century for lighthouse keepers and for others who lived and worked in the area at the time.
Sleeping Bear Dunes is as old as continental ice sheets and as young as the 1970 Establishment Act that set aside the Lakeshore for preservation of the natural resources and for public use. The most prominent features, and those for which the park is named, are the perched dunes above Lake Michigan. These immense sand dunes are “perched” atop the already towering headlands that are glacial moraines. The dune overlooks at the Sleeping Bear, Empire and Pyramid Point bluffs are about 400 feet above Lake Michigan. With 65 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline and numerous inland lakes and streams, the park is wonderfully water oriented.
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Sleeping Bear Dunes
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Sleeping Bear Dunes is as old as continental ice sheets and as young as the 1970 Establishment Act that set aside the Lakeshore for preservation of the natural resources and for public use. The most prominent features, and those for which the park is named, are the perched dunes above Lake Michigan. These immense sand dunes are “perched” atop the already towering headlands that are glacial moraines. The dune overlooks at the Sleeping Bear, Empire and Pyramid Point bluffs are about 400 feet above Lake Michigan. With 65 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline and numerous inland lakes and streams, the park is wonderfully water oriented.
Northern Michigan's commercial fishing heritage remains alive today in Leland's Fishtown! Walk along the docks, amongst the weathered fishing shanties, smokehouses, racks of drying fishing nets, and fish tugs on the Leland River, and you can imagine what it would have been like in the early 1900s to live and work in this small fishing village, nestled along the shore of Lake Michigan. Fishtown still operates as one of the only working commercial fishing villages in the state of Michigan. Many of the shanties now house delightful gift and clothing boutiques, art galleries and specialty food shops. Summer bustles with activity, and during colder seasons the docks become quiet and tranquil. Visit Fishtown anytime of the year, and discover why it remains a favorite destination for visitors and locals alike! Fishtown was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1973 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
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Leland
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Northern Michigan's commercial fishing heritage remains alive today in Leland's Fishtown! Walk along the docks, amongst the weathered fishing shanties, smokehouses, racks of drying fishing nets, and fish tugs on the Leland River, and you can imagine what it would have been like in the early 1900s to live and work in this small fishing village, nestled along the shore of Lake Michigan. Fishtown still operates as one of the only working commercial fishing villages in the state of Michigan. Many of the shanties now house delightful gift and clothing boutiques, art galleries and specialty food shops. Summer bustles with activity, and during colder seasons the docks become quiet and tranquil. Visit Fishtown anytime of the year, and discover why it remains a favorite destination for visitors and locals alike! Fishtown was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1973 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
For centuries, visitors have found this national landmark to be the ideal vacation spot. No cars. No chain hotels. Just world-famous Mackinac Island Fudge, historic Fort Mackinac, unique shopping and diverse dining. Unforgettable sunsets, awe-inspiring sunrises and extraordinary nightlife befit our ranking as a Top 10 U.S. Island by TripAdvisor and USA Today. ​Start planning your trip to Mackinac Island…the Jewel of the Great Lakes.
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Mackinac Island
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For centuries, visitors have found this national landmark to be the ideal vacation spot. No cars. No chain hotels. Just world-famous Mackinac Island Fudge, historic Fort Mackinac, unique shopping and diverse dining. Unforgettable sunsets, awe-inspiring sunrises and extraordinary nightlife befit our ranking as a Top 10 U.S. Island by TripAdvisor and USA Today. ​Start planning your trip to Mackinac Island…the Jewel of the Great Lakes.
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Charlevoix
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Casino
Turtle Creek Casino & Hotel offers the perfect northern Michigan getaway with a 56,000-square-foot casino floor and endless dining options, from a high-end steakhouse to a casual buffet. Explore Traverse City by day, and then play the night away at northern Michigan’s most popular casino.
Turtle Creek Casino (Main Ent)
Turtle Creek Casino & Hotel offers the perfect northern Michigan getaway with a 56,000-square-foot casino floor and endless dining options, from a high-end steakhouse to a casual buffet. Explore Traverse City by day, and then play the night away at northern Michigan’s most popular casino.