Traverse City, Michigan – Travel and Lodging

The Homestead – 2016 – 17 Season Ski Passes

Our best values. All winter long.

The swish of your skis on the snow. The cold air on your face. You were worried about something earlier, but now you just can’t remember what it was. This is freedom. This is relaxation. This is yours, all winter long, and whenever you want it.

With our resort’s season passes, you can skip the lift lines and hit the hills for as long as you want– or just for a quick run before dinner.

All that, with prices as low as $159.00. What are you waiting for?

Just fill out this form and send it back to us via fax, email, or mail and we’ll get you ready for a great winter in Northwest Lower Michigan.

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Traverse City Fall Color Photos

Photos from the Fall Color Season of 2016

Crystal Mountain – Benzie County Fall Color – October 19, 2016

A beautiful afternoon for a fall color tour in Benzie County. Here are some photos from Crystal Mountain and on the road in Benzie County. Fall colors are starting to peak. It should be a fantastic weekend for seeing the fall colors in Northern Michigan.

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Crystal Mountain – Benzie County Fall Color – October 19, 2016 Photo Gallery (Click on photos for captions & slideshow view)
 

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Fall color at Crystal Mountain
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The new Inn Residences under construction at Crystal Mountain
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A bright-red maple along M-115
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4 weeks ago

Fall Color

November fall color ablaze in Traverse City.... (Photo via Anchor Inn on the Bay) #fallcolorphotos #traversecity #fallcolorreportsMost of the trees in front of the cottages are cedars, but then there’s this one.😍 ... See MoreSee Less

November fall color ablaze in Traverse City.... (Photo via Anchor Inn on the Bay) #fallcolorphotos #traversecity #fallcolorreports

4 weeks ago

Fall Color

Here's a glimpse of some November fall color in Leelanau County via Ken Scott Photography... #fallcolorphotos #leelanau #traversecity #fallcolorreportsColor Tour ... South M22

photo date/id: 20211102_850_4751

My 'M22' album is here:
www.flickr.com/photos/kenscottphotography/albums/72157631580779671

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Heres a glimpse of some November fall color in Leelanau County via Ken Scott Photography... #fallcolorphotos #leelanau #traversecity #fallcolorreports

1 month ago

Fall Color

FROM Crystal Mountain —> This is it! Our last Fall Color Friday and the peak colors are just in time. Catch them them while you can, because it’s our final Scenic Chairlift Ride for the season until the snow flies.

Buy your tickets for this Saturday now: tickets.crystalmountain.com/Activities/Chairlift.aspx #crystalmountain #benziecounty #traversecity #fallcolorphotos #fallcolorreports
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1 month ago

Fall Color

#leelanau #traversecity #fallcolorphotosColor Tour ... a sure cure . . .

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My 'color tour' album is here:
www.flickr.com/photos/kenscottphotography/albums/72157648991337782

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#leelanau #traversecity #fallcolorphotos
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1 month ago

Fall Color

GREAT NEWS! One more weekend to see the 2021 Fall Color Show in Northern Lower Michigan. Still peak color along some of the best fall color routes in Northern Lower Michigan including the Tunnel of Trees, north of Harbor Springs and the M-22 route in Benzie and Leelanau Counties... #fallcolorreports #harborsprings #petoskey #benziecounty #leelanau #traversecity #mackinacislandFall colors are past peak for many spots already, tune in at 5 tonight for an updated look at peak spots for your weekend adventures! ... See MoreSee Less

GREAT NEWS! One more weekend to see the 2021 Fall Color Show in Northern Lower Michigan. Still peak color along some of the best fall color routes in Northern Lower Michigan including the Tunnel of Trees, north of Harbor Springs and the M-22 route in Benzie and Leelanau Counties... #fallcolorreports #harborsprings #petoskey #benziecounty #leelanau #traversecity #mackinacisland

1 month ago

Fall Color

FROM The Homestead --> Fall color check! The leaves have been taking their time along the lakeshore but all good things are worth the wait 🍁 🍂 ... #fallcolorphotos #leelanau #traversecity #fallcolorreportsFall color check! The leaves have been taking their time along the lakeshore but all good things are worth the wait 🍁 🍂 ... See MoreSee Less

FROM The Homestead --> Fall color check! The leaves have been taking their time along the lakeshore but all good things are worth the wait 🍁 🍂 ... #fallcolorphotos #leelanau #traversecity #fallcolorreports

1 month ago

Fall Color

There is still time to see the fall color show in the Traverse City area... (Photo via Ken Scott Photography) #leelanau #traversecity #fallcolorphotosColor Tour ... a celebration!

photo date/id: 20211026_850_4528

My 'selfie' album is here:
Color Tour ... something to celebrate!

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There is still time to see the fall color show in the Traverse City area... (Photo via Ken Scott Photography) #leelanau #traversecity #fallcolorphotos

1 month ago

Fall Color

#leelanau #traversecity #fallcolorphotos #fallcolorreportsColor Tour ... look up!

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
Benzie County

photo date/id: 20211024_850_4138

My 'color tour' album is here:
www.flickr.com/photos/kenscottphotography/albums/72157648991337782

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1 month ago

Fall Color

FROM Ethanology --> Sunday color cruise on Torch Lake... #fallcolorphotos #torchlake #antrimcounty #traversecitySunday color cruise. ... See MoreSee Less

FROM Ethanology --> Sunday color cruise on Torch Lake... #fallcolorphotos #torchlake #antrimcounty #traversecity

1 month ago

Fall Color

FROM White Birch Lodge --> This is what we call the perfect fall day… #elkrapids #traversecity #fallcolorphotos #fallfun ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Fall Color

FROM Crystal Mountain --> An awesome morning at the 15th Annual Peak2Peak Mountain Bike Race. It’s a great day to get out and ride! 🚴 ... #crystalmountain #benziecounty #traversecity #fallcolorphotos #fallfun #peak2peak ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Fall Color

FROM Crystal Mountain --> Fall Color Friday Alert! 🚨 We’re moving the needle to peak color! The leaves really transformed this week and the view is gorgeous. Buy your scenic chairlift tickets online, in advance! We’ve sold out the last two weekends so don’t miss your chance.
Buy Now: tickets.crystalmountain.com/Activities/Chairlift.aspx ... #crystalmountain #benziecounty #traversecity #fallcolorphotos #fallcolorreports
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1 month ago

Fall Color

FROM Northern Latitudes Distillery in Lake Leelanau --> Warm fall days have slowed the color change, but we are now seeing splashes of reds, oranges, and yellow. Gotta love those maples! Leelanau County is beautiful in every season. ... #leelanau #traversecity #fallcolorphotos #fallcolorreportsWarm fall days have slowed the color change, but we are now seeing splashes of reds, oranges, and yellow. Gotta love those maples! Leelanau County is beautiful in every season.
#SpiritsOfLeelanau #SleepingBearDunesNationalLakeshore
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FROM Northern Latitudes Distillery in Lake Leelanau --> Warm fall days have slowed the color change, but we are now seeing splashes of reds, oranges, and yellow.  Gotta love those maples!  Leelanau County is beautiful in every season. ... #leelanau #traversecity #fallcolorphotos #fallcolorreports

1 month ago

Fall Color

FROM Crystal Mountain --> Sneak in some fall golf while you can! Our courses will close for the season on October 31.
Book your tee time now: crystalmountain.com/teetime ... #crystalmountain #benziecounty #traversecity #fallcolorphotos #fallfun #fallgolfSneak in some fall golf while you can! Our courses will close for the season on October 31.

Book your tee time now: crystalmountain.com/teetime
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FROM Crystal Mountain --> Sneak in some fall golf while you can! Our courses will close for the season on October 31. 
Book your tee time now: crystalmountain.com/teetime ... #crystalmountain #benziecounty #traversecity #fallcolorphotos #fallfun #fallgolf

1 month ago

Fall Color

FROM Doppler 9&10 Weather Team --> Here is the latest update on the fall colors across Northern Michigan. Has anyone caught any good pictures yet? ... #traversecity #benziecounty #petoskey #mackinacisland #gaylord #cadillacmichiganHere is the latest update on the fall colors across Northern Michigan. Has anyone caught any good pictures yet? ... See MoreSee Less

FROM Doppler 9&10 Weather Team --> Here is the latest update on the fall colors across Northern Michigan. Has anyone caught any good pictures yet? ... #traversecity #benziecounty #petoskey #mackinacisland #gaylord #cadillacmichigan

1 month ago

Fall Color

FROM The New Bohemian Cafe in Leelanau County --> If it's the peak you're seeking, you'll have to keep peeping.
We're still a week or more from peak color here in Northport, after a remarkably warm October. Rain and cooler temperatures are on the way, but there's still plenty of time to see the fall colors. Enjoy a stroll through the woods in your flannel shirt while sipping a latte, Mr. Autumn Man.
We're open every day 7-3. ... #leelanau #traversecity #fallcolorreports #fallcolorphotos
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1 month ago

Fall Color

FROM Crystal Mountain --> We aren’t at peak colors quite yet! We’re getting closer each day and can see the transformation from morning to morning. It won’t be long!
Be sure to purchase scenic chairlift tickets in advance. We anticipate selling out these next two weeks! Buy Now: tickets.crystalmountain.com/Activities/Chairlift.aspx ... #crystalmountain #benziecounty #traversecity #fallcolorphotos #fallcolorreports
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Photos from the Fall Color Season of 2015

October 22, 2015

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6 years ago

Leelanau County Michigan

Ken Scott PhotographyColor Tour … Dechow Farm

along M22

Preserve Historic Sleeping Bear

more info about the farm:
www.nps.gov/slbe/planyourvisit/podechowfarm.htm%3Feid%3D92907%26root_aId%3D67

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October 14, 2015

We took a road trip around Benzie County and stopped at Crystal Mountain to check out the fall color. We found some great fall color with some areas getting close to peaking. There should be vivid, generally peak color this weekend for your color tour and conditions should start being past peak sometime next week.

Fall Color Tour – Crystal Mountain & Benzie County – October 14, 2015 Photo Gallery (Click on photos for captions & slideshow view)
 

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October 8, 2015

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6 years ago

Fall Color

Looks like a good weekend for an early fall color tour in the Traverse City Area. Fall colors are really starting to kick in with pockets of blazing reds and golds... (Photo via Lake 'N Pines Lodge, LLC)View this morning from the dock ... See MoreSee Less

Looks like a good weekend for an early fall color tour in the Traverse City Area. Fall colors are really starting to kick in with pockets of blazing reds and golds... (Photo via Lake N Pines Lodge, LLC)

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October 7, 2015

The 2015 fall color season is a little behind this year in Northern Lower Michigan, however, we are now seeing pockets of vivid early color along the interior routes of Northern Lower Michigan. There should be good early season color along these routes this weekend and we’d expect the colors to peak along the interior routes next week and into next weekend – October 10 & 11, 2015.

 

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October – 2014


Antrim County – October 13, 2014

Fantastic weekend for fall color touring in Northern Michigan. Hope everyone was able to get out to enjoy the sunshine and beautiful fall colors..

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Traverse City – October 9, 2014

Fall color near the High Roll Away, south of Traverse City – October 9, 2014

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Crystal Mountain – October 6, 2014

MountainTop is the place to be in the fall. — at Crystal Mountain.

September – 2014


Crystal Mountain – September 26, 2014

Today’s view from top of Buck.

Traverse City – September 24, 2014

Early fall color with pockets of peak color along interior routes in the Traverse City area… Plenty of sunshine and blue skies and mild temps so we highly recommend an early season fall color tour this week or weekend.

Crystal Mountain – September 23, 2014

It’s a beautiful first day of autumn and our colors are starting to show.

 
 
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Benzie County Photos Archive

Crystal Mountain – October 12, 2012

Crystal Mountain – Our Buck Hills Range continues to show its fall colors this morning, but winter’s chill is definitely in the air.

Crystal Mountain – October 8, 2012

Crystal Mountain – Fall color update – here’s the view from the top of Loki earlier this evening. The center of our village is almost surrounded!

Crystal Mountain – October 5, 2012

Crystal Mountain – Fall colors in the Betsie River Valley are nearing their peak.

Crystal Mountain – September 29, 2012

Crystal Mountain – The view from our Loki Lift earlier today. Beautiful display of fall color around the Betsie Valley golf course and our village core.

 
 

The Homestead – Lift & Lodging Packages – From $66 per person

Lift & Lodging

Whether you’re an old friend of the slopes, or just beginning, Bay Mountain has runs to offer all skill levels! With this package, enjoy two nights lodging in your choice of accommodation, breakfast buffet at CQ’s Cabin for each person in your party, and for the skiers/riders, lift tickets from arrival to departure!

Rates start from $66 per person, per night for hotel, $85 per person, per night for condominium lodging. Available December 28-March 10.

Under 17 Ski FREE

Great deal for families that are active together! This package includes two nights lodging in your choice of accommodation, as well as a breakfast buffet each morning for each person. However, with this package, for each adult receiving a lift ticket, any child 17 years or younger would receive one as well! Rates based off family of starting from $73 per person, per night for hotels and $92 per person, per night for condominium lodging. Available December 28-March 10.

Winter Glide

Over the snowy hills, gliding between the trees, and throughout the Sleeping Bear Dune National Park we go! This package is for two nights in one of our four hotels and a Sleeping Bear Dune National Park Pass for cross country and snowshoeing fun! Also, includes a breakfast buffet on weekends and a voucher for 20% off salon services. From $40 per person, per night. Available December 21-March 10.

You can learn more about skiing and snowboarding at the Homestead here. We also offer rental ski equipment, ski passes and individual or group ski lessons to make your ski weekend perfect.

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Starting them young… getting your child into snowsports – Mitten Kidz

Soren during his first ski lesson at Crystal Mountain, MichiganBy Joan O’Neill – Mitten Kidz

We enrolled our three year old, Soren, in his first ski lesson the other day. We’ve actually had our son on the slopes since he was 19 months old, however this was his first true lesson, taught by a teaching professional and made official by a liability release form and credit card receipt. As with every other aspect of parenting, the day was part learning experience and part sit-com. Fortunately, when all was said and done, we managed to keep our spirits light and our son wants to do it again.

Our first lesson experience started with the usual bi-polarness, well before we got to the slopes, as my son’s eagerness to go skiing teetered back and forth between “yes” and “no.” After muted attempts at reasoning, multiple counting-to-threes and finally subtle threats (each countered by an entire deployment of delay tactics) we were able to get Soren into the car. It didn’t take long for his usual enthusiasm to take over, and my husband and I to look at each other, smiling, in anticipation of a memorable day of family fun on the slopes. It was a car commercial in the making.

We arrived at the ski area (Crystal Mountain in Michigan) and reveled in landing what was one of the most perfect parking spots. Near the learning area. Near the lifts. Near the bathrooms. The day just kept getting better and better. Five minutes later, however, we were giving up the golden parking spot, and I was on my way back home to fetch said three-year-old’s ski coat from our home, half an hour away.

Luckily, Crystal Mountain was more than accommodating. They allowed us to move his lesson to the afternoon session – and if that didn’t work out, also told us we could re-book for another day and time.

With Soren soon properly clothed, ski jacket and all, we slipped him into his afternoon group lesson for what we hope is the start of a beautiful friendship – Soren and skiing. My husband and I bundled our one-year-old son up and watched from afar, thankful that it was someone else’s quads other than ours this time.

There’s a reason why ski areas see a dip in visits from once-avid skiers who now have young children in tow. And if you’ve found your way into this category, I don’t need to tell you what that is. But what I can share with you are some Dos and Don’ts for introducing your young ones to skiing. Because someday, your kids will be sitting next to you on the chairlift, conversing with you like they haven’t done in awhile, and you’ll be thinking to yourself, “I am so glad we did this.” This is family time. Winter style.


Skiing Parent’s Dos and Don’ts for Young Children:

(1) Do keep it fun. Whether enrolling in a lesson or braving it yourself, FUN should always be the number one goal. We didn’t even attempt teaching technique the first two years on the slopes with Soren. Could he turn? No. Stop? Not even. But he was squealing with delight as he skied in between our legs.

(2) Don’t go it alone. When it IS time to introduce technique, leave it to the pros. Just because you can ski, it doesn’t mean you can teach. Especially to kids. Besides, your quads will thank you. Your back will thank you. And you’ll get a little ski time in, sans kids, for once. Remember what blue and black slopes are?

(3) Do allow plenty of time. Get to the slopes early, especially if you have to rent equipment. Lines during the holidays and on weekends are imminent. So are multiple trips to the potty.

(4) Do keep expectations low. After just one two-hour lesson, your child may still not be able to turn, stop or ski in control. But they’ll be on their way. And always look for something to celebrate. For Soren today, he was able to get on the carpet lift by himself. (Getting off is another story…)

(5) Don’t be a Hovermom. Or dad. It’s OK to watch your child’s lesson, but do so from afar, preferably a hidden vantage point.

(6) Do cut some slack. Group lessons are just that. (If you expect a lot of one-on-one instruction for your child, enroll them in a private lesson.) Know that a group of young children on skis can be likened to a litter of kittens. Just as one is corralled back into the box, another escapes. The instructors will do their best to work with each child as much as possible. But it ain’t easy.

(7) Do ask. At the end of the lesson, ask your child’s instructor what verbiage they use to explain techniques to your child. To teach Soren how to get his arms out front (and hence, keep his weight off the back of his skis), his instructor today told him to “Fly like Superman.” Brilliant. And now I can use that, too.

(8) Don’t forget to tip. If your child was especially trying or occupied a lot of attention, tip the instructor. And always tip for a private lesson.

(9) Do consider a helmet. To learn more, go to lidsonkids.org.

(10) Do stoop to bribery. When our son shows signs of weariness – or stubbornness – on the slopes, we entice him to take another run or keep trying with Annie’s Gummy Bunnies. Both my husband and I are armed with a pouch or two. So far, we’re lucky in that it only takes one or two bunnies to keep him going. Hopefully he won’t up the ante anytime soon.

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Joan O’Neill is the author of the blog, MittenKidz.com, a site that is all about growing up in Michigan and the places and activities that are unique to the Great Lakes State. Mostly out-of-doors, some indoors, all of them Pure Michigan. O’Neill is a 20-year veteran of the Michigan resort business and a MittenKidz at heart, herself. A big proponent of getting out and having fun in Michigan, no matter what the season, O’Neill is now sharing her favorite pastimes with her two young sons.

 
 

Traverse City Restaurant Week – February 24, 2013 to March 2, 2013

Enjoy the third annual Traverse City Restaurant Week from February 24 to March 2, 2013.  Participating restaurants will offer three course meals for $25 per person. This is your chance to experience the culinary wonders of the TC region at an affordable price and don’t forget to pair your meal with one of the many wines from the region.

Dig in without digging deep!

Traverse City Restaurant Week is sponsored by the following

Park Place Hotel

Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula

WCCW-FM Classic Hits & Z-93 Today’s Hits

ABC 29&8

My North Media/Traverse Magazine.

Participating Restaurants:

7 Monks Taproom

128 S. Union St.

(231) 421-8410

www.7monkstap.com

TCRW Menu

Aerie Restaurant

100 Grand Blvd.

(231) 534-6800

www.grandtraverseresort.com

TCRW MENU

Amical

229 E. Front St.

(231) 941-8888

www.amical.com

TCRW MENU

Apache Trout Grill

13671 S.W. Bayshore Dr.

(231) 947-7079

www.apachetroutgrill.com

TCRW MENU

Blue Tractor Cook Shop

423 S. Union St.

Traverse City, MI 49684

(231) 922-9515

www.bluetractorcookshop.com

TCRW MENU

Bistro FouFou

118 Cass St.

(231) 421-6583

www.bistrofoufou.com

TCRW MENU

The Boathouse

14039 Peninsula Dr.

(231) 223-4030

www.boathouseonwestbay.com

TCRW MENU

Camp Critter Bar & Grille at Great Wolf Lodge

3575 N. US 31 South

(231) 534-9047

www.greatwolf.com

TCRW MENU

The Cottage

472 Munson

(231) 947-9261

TCRW MENU

The Cook’s House

115 Wellington

(231) 946-8700

TCRW MENU

Harbor 22

12719 S.W. Bayshore Dr.

(231) 922-2114

www.harbor22.com

TCRW MENU

Harrington’s by the Bay

13890 S.W. Bayshore Dr.

(231) 421.9393

www.harringtonsbythebay.com

TCRW MENU

Little Bohemia

540 W. Front St.

(231) 946-6925

www.lilbo.com

TCRW MENU

Minervas

300 E. State St.

(231) 946-5093

www.park-place-hotel.com

TCRW MENU


Modes Bum Steer

125 E. State St.

(231) 947-9832

www.modesbumsteer.com

TCRW MENU


North Peak Brewing Co.

400 W. Front St.

(231) 941-7325

www.northpeak.net

TCRW MENU

Om Cafe

205 Lake Ave.

(231) 218-4340

www.omcafe.com

TCRW MENU

Patisserie Amie/Chez Peres

237 Lake Ave., Ste. 200

(231) 922-9645

Choose three courses off their full dinner menu

TCRW MENU

Peninsula Grill

14091 Center Road

(231) 223-7200

www.tcgrills.com

TCRW MENU

Phil’s on Front

236 E. Front St.

(231) 929-1710

www.philsonfront.com

TCRW MENU:

Choose three courses off of their standard menu

Poppycocks

128 E. Front St.

(231) 941-7632

www.poppycockstc.com

TCRW MENU


Red Ginger Restaurant

237 E. Front St.

(231) 944-1733

www.eatatginger.com

TCRW MENU

Reflect at Cambria

255 Munson Ave.

(231) 778-9000

www.traversecitylodging.com

TCRW MENU

Sorellina

120 Park St.

(231) 421-5912

TCRW MENU

The Towne Plaza

202 E. State St.

(231) 929-0900

www.thetowneplaza.com

TCRW MENU

Trattoria Stella

1200 W. 11th St (Village at the Grand Traverse Commons)

(231) 929-8989

www.stellatc.com

TCRW MENU

The Union Cantina

127 S. Union St.

(231) 941-5038

TCRW MENU


Enter a chance to win a prize package with a $50 gift card from each of these participating restaurants AND a pair of Wine Festival Weekend Passes (inlcudes 2 tickets to Traverse City Wine and Art Festival featuring Rodriguez on Saturday, June 22nd and also 2 tickets to the Winemakers Party on Friday, June 21st with food and wine from 7 restaurants and 22 local wineries)

Enter here!

Reservations for Traverse City Restaurant Week are strongly encouraged.

Beverages, Taxes and Gratuities are not inlcuded.

Thanks for choosing to support Traverse City Restaurant Week and dine locally. We encourage you to choose a local wine selection to pair with your meal during this fantastic culinary event.

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