Audie’s Restaurant

Audie’s Restaurant has been owned and operated by the Jaggi Family since 1974 and a local favorite since the Bridge was built. Edgar was working as a Chef at Boyne Highlands when his good friend Bill Shepler dropped in, excited to take him for a drive to see the perfect place for the Jaggi’s to turn their dream of owning their own restaurant into reality. It didn’t take long for them to decide that they wanted to purchase “Downing’s” and make it their own.

The Jaggi Family moved in (literally, with 5 kids living in the back of the restaurant) and the rest is history! Edgar and Audrey have since retired, and with son Nick at the helm we do things pretty much the same way we did back then. Our baker, Cheryl, bakes the breads, dinner rolls, desserts and pies. Chef Nick oversees the kitchen where Dwayne makes our homemade soups and sauces, we grind our own beef for burgers, slow roast the Prime Rib and create the daily specials.

Today, you might find the third generation of the Jaggi family at the front door, welcoming you in or perhaps in the kitchen, following in the footsteps of their father and grandfather.

Here at Audie’s, hospitality is a family tradition.

314 N. Nicolet St.
Mackinaw City, MI 49701 

Biere de Mac Brew Works

OUR HISTORY

But behind every awesome group of people (which we are) and behind every stellar pint of beer (which we have) is a good story (3 for3!) The Ranville family initially settled on Mackinac Island several hundred years ago, along with French explorers, traders, voyagers, and a bunch of other cool, adventuresome lads and ladies.

We then moved to the mainland, and operated a fishing business in the area where the state docks are now located along the Mackinaw City waterfront. Good times were had, outlandish shenanigans took place, and our happy family grew happier. There’s a lot more to tell, but they are stories better shared over a pint of good brew. We choose to spell Biere the French way as a nod to our ancestors, who settled in the most beautiful place on the planet, and facilitated the opportunities that got us to where we are, which is a pretty amazing place to be!

Don’t be fooled by that fancy spelling, though; we won’t correct you on the pronunciation because we aren’t even sure if we say it right. Good beer and good food. That’s all we care about. Stop in some time, grab a pint (or, you know, realistically more than one) and enjoy! Cheers!

14277 Mackinaw Hwy.
Mackinaw City, MI 49701 

Dixie Saloon

Originally built in 1890, re-opened in 2000, 2 story log restaurant, features – great food, large portions, reasonable prices & nightly dancing, Mackinaw’s Hot Spot. Located at the corner of Huron and Central, across from Shepler’s Ferry. Mackinaw’s largest Black Angus steaks, burgers, & tangy ribs.

401 E. Central Ave.
Mackinaw City, MI 49701 

Historic Depot Restaurant and Caboose

Casual dining. Lunch and Dinner. Full bar. Sandwiches – Dinner Salads – Fresh seafood. Children’s menu. Group bookings.

252 S. Huron Ave.
Mackinaw City, MI 49701 

Keyhole Bar & Grill

The Keyhole Bar in Mackinaw City has been around for over 45 years so our collection of keys and locks has grown quite large and are displayed throughout the bar in various and unique ways. Over 25,000 keys cover the walls, bars, and tables. We offer one of the biggest menus in Mackinaw City to help satisfy the varieties of appetites that visit our quaint little town. We serve Burgers, Perch, BBQ Ribs, Whitefish, Walleye, Shrimp, Mexican Food, Wraps, Chicken, Steaks as well as a variety of other Sandwiches, Appetizers, Daily Specials and Homemade Soups. The Keyhole was named the Best Seafood Dive in Michigan by Coastal Living Magazine for 2011. We were also voted “Best Bar In Northern Michigan and Upper Peninsula Regions” by the readers on mLive.com for 2014. We also offer a Kids Menu for the little ones to enjoy with free kid drinks. On tap we have a variety of beers depending on the season. Some of those beers include Bud Light, Miller Lite, Labatt, Pabst, Bell’s Oberon, Fat Tire, Perrin Grapefruit IPA, Perrin IPA, Petoskey Horny Monk, Leinenkugel Summer Shandy, Sam Adams Octoberfest and Cheboygan Brewing Co.Lighthouse Amber Ale. Stop on in and see the uniqueness of keys like you have never seen before. Click the “Like” button on our page so you can keep up on what is going on in Mackinaw City and the Keyhole Bar & Grill! See You Soon!!! 

323 E. Central Ave.
Mackinaw City, MI 49701 

Lighthouse Restaurant

At the Lighthouse Restaurant in Mackinaw City, we pride ourselves on bringing you delicious food using only the freshest ingredients. Our specialities are fresh whitefish and seafood hand picked daily from local fisheries, and we are known for our fresh lobster directly from the tank.

We are located at the corner of South Huron and Lake Street, right across from the Hamilton Inn Select Beachfront. We look forward to seeing you!

618 S. Huron Ave.
Mackinaw City, MI 49701 

Mama Mia’s Pizzeria

Family fun with delicious pizza, an arcade, and of course home of the free Mackinaw Bridge Museum.

231 E. Central Ave.
Mackinaw City, MI 49701 

Nonna Lisa’s Italian Restaurant

Nonna Lisa’s Italian Restaurant is the place to go in Mackinaw City for traditional Italian Cuisine…where true Italians reminisce of their grandmother’s kitchens, where authentic recipes have been handed down for generations.

At Nonna Lisa’s, we specialize in pastas & wood-fired pizza. We pride ourselves on letting you create a speciality that fits your taste from our fresh ingredients. You will find the perfect compliment to your meal on our wine list. All this combined with attentive, friendly service and a northern atmosphere makes Nonna Lisa’s the perfect spot in Mackinaw City for family, social & group dining.

312 S. Huron Ave.
Mackinaw City, MI 49701 

Pizza Palace (Mackinaw’s Original)

316 E. Central Ave.
Mackinaw City, MI 49701