I travel the rocky shores of Lake Superior and the gritty streets of Detroit taking pictures and researching travel guides.
-- Jeff Counts
Thursday, October 11, 2012
A stop at The Cherry Hut
As for roadside restaurants in Michigan, nothing quite comes close to The Cherry Hut in Beulah on U.S. south of Traverse City. It harks back to a earlier era, when the food was simple, but good and there were no gimmicks.
The restaurant has been at the same location since 1937, and its specility is of course cherry pie made in it's bakery. There are basic lunches and dinners of American style foods, soups, and entrees, but same room for the pie.
It's a great lunch stop if you're on a color tour of northern Michigan in the coming weeks.