From a secluded Tudor mansion with a duckpin bowling alley to an ice cream parlor named after a champion show dog, the hotel restaurants of Mackinac Island are as unique as the historic hotels themselves. Whether you’re in the mood for fine dining prepared by world-renowned chefs or a casual meal in a distinctive setting full of character and scenic beauty, you’ll find it within walking distance – or just a short horse-drawn carriage ride away.
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The Jockey Club at the Grand Stand (A Grand Hotel Restaurant)
Located on the first tee of The Jewel, Grand Hotel’s 18 hole golf course, this casual dining venue offers lunch and dinner options for all Mackinac Island visitors. Covered outdoor…