On Day #10 of our Lake Michigan Circle Tour brought us to Petoskey where our choice for lunch was again based on Internet research. It proved to be an excellent one.
It appears to not be very old with an interesting exterior and nicely designed interior. It might be properly called an “upscale” eatery; the word yuppie comes to mind. My wife ordered a chicken sandwich. It was open faced and made with rye bread tartine with radish, spring onion, fava beans, crispy skin buttermilk & tarragon. (The “copy & paste” feature sure is handy, isn’t it?). Her sandwich came with glazed green beans.
I had a sandwich called "Salumi", made with proscuitto, capicola, soppresata, provolone, chili jam and kale. The chili jam made it a bit messy but the toasted, crusty bread did not get soggy. In a word, my sandwich was awesome - very likely the best I have had in my entire life. My side was a somewhat unusual presentation of potato salad - a bit different but very tasty.
We each had a two-flavored gelato for dessert. My wife picked chocolate almond and something called zabagalione. I chose banana creme caramel and toasted marshmellow.
While a bit more expensive than a lot of places, the quality of the food, and its presentation was first rate (the food described above plus lemonade and ginger ale cost 42 bucks, including tax and gratuity). We would not hesitate to eat here again should we happen by this place in the future.
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