Restaurants with New Digs Across Northern Michigan this Spring – mynorth.com

Sam’s Graces Cafe

Petoskey | 324 E. Mitchell St. | Sam’s Graces Cafe website
After six years in Harbor Springs, owners Victoria and Chad Conklin moved to Petoskey Works in November 2020, when the story was reported in February. The cafe also has an alcohol license and you can expect a Bloody Mary bombshell. Fun fact: Chad and Victoria met over the Arctic Circle at a road stop in Alaska called Coldfoot (15 residents). They helped run a small tourist town and showed visitors the Alaskan wilderness with their team of 25 sled dogs before returning to Michigan.

Radish street food

Williamsburg | 3593 Bunker Hill Rd. | Rad.ish website
The owner Lisa Moberly recently expanded a second location in Rad.ish within the new Stone Hound Brewing Co. in Williamsburg, which opened its doors in February. On their vegan Mexican menu, you’ll find street tacos, burritos, churros, and more that go with Stone Hounds 10-12 craft beers and ciders. Indoor and outdoor seating is available in the brewery. Lisa’s original Rad.ish restaurant at 346 E. Front St. will also remain open with vegan sushi rolls (yes, vegan sushi!). The Front Street version of an Unagi bun featured shiitake mushrooms from Midnight Harvest instead of eel, and avocado, cucumber, and microgreens from Lakeview Hill Farm.

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