I went during the off season and they didnt have a ton of selection, but what I got I did enjoy, very good.
we went one night but couldn't find the place-luckily we didn't because it would've been closed anyway. this place could make more money if it was somewhere like the downtown area where people are always walking by or looking for dessert after their meal in one of the wonderful restaurants. luckily we gave it another try the next day and... More
If you love cheesecake or anything sweet then make sure you stop here! We were exploring the Commons and found this place nestled in the back. Cool location. Very small inside, but enough space for what they need I'm sure. Luckily it had stopped raining while we visited so we ate our pumpkin cheesecake outside at one of the their... More
If anyone wants delicious cheesecake, this is the place. I don't go as often because of their move to the Commons, although the parking is very convenient in their most recent location. They also have frozen soups which are great to keep frozen and serve to unexpected company.
A little out of the way but worth finding. We were told that they make about 50 kinds of cheesecake so the variety changes daily. We went there twice and tried four different kinds. They are a little pricey for a single piece but we were not disappointed in the taste. Will try the sandwiches on our next visit.
Best grilled cheese ever! My favorite is the butternut squash gilled cheese, my partner and I grabbed a couple sandwiches and hit the trails south of The Commons for a picnic. It's a little expensive but totally worth it. I haven't had any dessert items there... yet. Will have to try that next time.
This cute little shop can be a little hard to find. Look for a small, quaint yellow building tucked around the corner. There are not many tables inside, but there is an outdoor patio. Or, if there is no room to sit, just get your meal to-go and enjoy it somewhere on the surrounding grassy area of The Commons. The... More
Cheesecake and Traverse City - we had to visit! We had a red velvet cheesecake that was wonderful. Price was probably a little high, but not unreasonable. We bought the cheesecake to go, but they do offer food. We wanted to get drinks, but they didn't have any diet soda - a must with a diabetic in the group.
We were in need of lunch and wanted to have a great coffee next door at Higher Grounds. Problem solved when HG staff suggested sandwiches from Underground and bring them back to eat there-- We would not have looked there from the name-- and we both were impressed by the variety and the creativity of the menu. If the weather... More
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