New Good Eats in the Great Lakes Bay Region

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The world's famous fried chicken in Frankenmuth, BLT with big volume at Tony’s I-75 Restaurant in Birch Run, modern cuisine at CAFÉ ZINC in Midland…we bet you are as proud as we are to have a variety of good restaurants in the Great Lakes Bay region! Now, it’s even better because there are two restaurants which just opened or is planned to open this year in our region add to our plate!  Whether you would like to have a cup of nice tea in your girls’ gateway or just want to have a bite of juicy homemade hamburger during your visit in our region, here are the new restaurants you may be interested in. Bon Appétit : ) 

Perfect for Afternoon Tea: Sue & Esther's American Tea Room
Opened in August, 2011, Sue & Esther’s American Tea Room is one of the hottest restaurants in Frankenmuth! The restaurant has become so popular among female visitors because of its warm atmosphere and elegant charm.  The tea room is also great news for tea lovers because it serves over 53 teas from around the world!! In addition to serving high-quality tea, Sue & Esther’s also offers a fresh-food lunch menu with various salads, sandwiches, seasonal soups, quiche, and scones.  : )

Want to know more about Sue & Esther’s American Tea Room? Check out this nice article on MLive.com 

Sue & Esther’s American Tea Room
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
           Sunday Brunch:  11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Address:  1022, Weiss St Suite 4, Frankenmuth, MI, 48734
Phone:  989-295-7732

Coming Soon: American Kitchen in Downtown Bay City!
It is worth waiting for the new American Kitchen opening in the Downtown Bay City! The American Kitchen is expected to open in September, 2012 at the former location of Cottage Inn Pizza. One of the owners is also the owner of Old City Hall restaurant, one of the most well-known eateries in downtown Bay City.

The planned menu of American Kitchen includes traditional comfort food with Michigan products such as fresh ground in-house burgers, homemade sausages, macaroni and cheese and locally-smoked meats. In addition, the restaurant is working with some area microbrewers to create two drinks and will serve them along with other alcoholic beverages after being granted an economic redevelopment liquor license from the State of Michigan.

If you want to know more details about American Kitchen, check out this article!

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