If you are new to an area, it can be hard to find a restaurant that has quality food and excellent service. Recommendations are helpful, but you might not know anyone who has an idea of where to stop by during your lunchtime break.
Our REALTORS® know recommendations are everything, especially when it comes to dining experiences, as well as, home buying. Here are five of their favorite spots in Midland to make sure you don't go hungry at lunchtime.
- Shier's Deli & Catering - 2218 N. Saginaw Road
With a menu that is a mix of homestyle favorites, U.P. classics, and spicy Southwestern fare, you are sure to find something to satisfy your taste buds. Though it might be surprising to hear from a deli, their pastries get a lot of praise and are one of their best sellers. The best part, they can cater your next business meeting or party. At Shier's Deli, you can find can be sure your food is going to taste amazing. If you're buying a house in Midland, this is one place you must experience.
- Café Zinc at The H Hotel – 111 W. Main St.
At Café Zinc you get a taste of fresh pastries and bread, made in-house by their French pastry chef. Located in the H Hotel, they take pride in offering delicious dining opportunities for their guests and Café Zinc sure does deliver. Café Zinc brings the right chemistry to their food for an outstanding dining experience.
- Good To Go: Specialty Takeout – 128 Townsend St.
Home to their signature sandwich, "The Torch," Good To Go is on a mission to create fresh, high quality, gourmet food for the Midland area, and they sure do deliver on that dream. The Torch is made from naan bread fashioned into a cone to make the sandwich. Not only is this sandwich unique, but their entire menu offers unique flavors to satisfy any appetite.
- Crepes Et Amis – 130 Townsend St.
Crepes Et Amis delivers delicious, freshly made crepes and specialty coffee drinks. It's a great place to stop midday for your caffeine and sugar fix. Your day will be a little bit better after your visit.
- WhichCraft Taproom – 124 Ashman St.
WhichCraft Taproom believes in supporting local businesses, and they prove that by making sure all their beer, wine, cider, and mead are made in the great State of Michigan. This helps to keep the money in-state to encourage growth, while also helping to create jobs. It also helps that the products are pretty good, too. But WhichCraft Taproom isn't just focused on beer; they also source food from local Michigan farms and businesses. Their menu is packed full of options that will satisfy your tastes buds, any time of the day. Stop by at lunch for a meal, and in the evening for a drink or two.
Buying a home is a big venture, but you don't have to do it alone. With the help of an experienced agent, you can find the right home in no time. Whether you are buying or selling your home, contact Ayre/Rhinehart REALTORS® to get started.