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June
22

Patio Seating - Midland, MI - Ayre/Rhinehart, REALTORS®

What's better than someone else doing the cooking? How about dining outdoors, enjoying the seasonal delights of a Michigan summer? When our REALTORS® want a break, they head for these great restaurants around Midland with comfortable patio seating.

  • Gratzi - 120 E. Main St., Midland, MI 48640
    Whether you're planning a romantic dinner for two or a family outing, Gratzi fits the bill. The menu features a contemporary spin on Italian classics such as chicken Parmesan, veal scallopini and papardelle with Bolognese sauce. Fettuccine Alfredo is served tableside, where it's tossed inside a half-wheel of Parmesan cheese. Pizza is prepared Neapolitan-style in a traditional brick oven. Complete your meal with a glass or bottle chosen from the extensive wine list. Gratzi is open 4 p.m. - 9 p.m. daily except Friday and Saturday, when hours are extended to 10 p.m. Reservations are accepted.

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June
1

Midland, MI Landmarks - Ayre/Rhinehart REALTORS®

Now more than ever, our REALTORS® are always excited about all the great outdoor attractions in and around Midland, MI. For anyone who needs an opportunity to get outside and enjoy some alone time in a scenic setting, these Midland area landmarks and attractions are great places to check out on a Sunday drive in Midland County. 

  • The Tridge - 101 Golfside Drive, Midland, MI 48640
    A unique three-legged footbridge in Chippewassee Park, the structure formally known as the Tridge is one of the most iconic and immediately recognizable landmarks in the Midland area. The bridge consists of a 31-foot central pillar supporting three spokes, each of which connects to a different shore at the confluence of the Chippewa and Tittabawassee Rivers. You can walk across the bridge from Chippewassee Park to the Midland Farmers Market. The Tridge also marks the beginning of two of the region's best hiking trails—the Chippewa Nature Trail and the Pere Marquette Rail Trail.

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