Michigan I - 94/75 Corridor (Port Huron to Ohio)
- Davwud Mar 20, 2010 02:34 PM
So on March 30th, Mrs. Sippi and I will be traveling to points south and will be crossing the boarder at Sarnia/Port Huron. Heading south it should be about lunch time.
I've been looking through the boards and the only thing I can find that I think looks interesting and is close to the interstate is Uncle Sam's Village Caffe the 19th Hole. It sounds quite good and would make a nice entry on my blog.
Is there anything else that is not to be missed in the I - 94/75 corridor between PH and the OSL??
2013 E Michigan Ave, Lansing, MI 48912
2027 Nicholas Rd, Dayton, OH 45418
Instead of taking 94 clear to 75, would you consider a cut-over on 69 to get to 75, prematurely? If so, the Clarkston Union (not Clarkston Cafe) if a fun choice. It resides in what was a church, and has a nice oyster bar and great beer selection. The food, for lack of a better description, could be characterized as California Cuisine. Fresh soups and salads, Mexican dishes, "plough share" meat-cheese-fruit boards, "gourmet" meatloaf and mac&cheese, etc.. Quite a pleasant experience.
(54 S Main St, Clarkston, MI 48346 248-620-6100)
re: coney with everything
No, we're heading south on 94 to 75.
We've been through Potterville and visited Joe's Gizzard City. It was great. I even had the Triple D burger.
We do sometimes cross into PH and then take 69 all the way into Indiana so some thoughts on stuff to catch there is good too.
Joe's Gizzard City
120 W Main St, Potterville, MI 48876