Escanaba (/ˌɛskəˈnɑːbə/ ES-kə-NAH-bə) is a port city in Delta County in the U.S. state of Michigan, located on Little Bay de Noc in the state's Upper Peninsula. The population was 12,616 at the 2010 census, making it the third-largest city in the Upper Peninsula after Marquette and Sault Ste. Marie. It is the seat of government of Delta County.
Things to do in Escanaba
4.5 based on 417 reviews
We wandered in on a Tuesday night and was surprised at how crowded this place was in November! It was a testament to the food for certain!
Steaks were awesome as were the sides as well. Definitely worth the stop and we will definitely be back.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
I wanted something to drink for my ride home (an hour away) so drove through Jo to Go. I ordered a Bailey's Irish Mocha- it was perfect. It didn't have that burnt taste that mochas sometimes do. They also serve breakfast items. I will drive through again!
4.5 based on 30 reviews
We stopped in to get a dozen of donuts, in the evening. We were disappointed that the donuts were well picked over and our favorite donuts were all gone, but we did get some glazed donuts, which were very good. If you want to get good selection of donuts, go earlier in the day and not in the evening.
4.5 based on 200 reviews
We stopped at Rosy’s while passing through Escanaba. We try to plan our trips so that we can stop at Rosy’s for break or lunch. This time it was lunch. While it was good and the banter with Rosy was great, we felt that breakfasts are better. We both had the daily specials; my wife had the chicken dumpling soup and I had the beef stew. Both were good, but, not as good as we expected. The soup was all dumplings with little chicken and the stew was too thick, without any gravy.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Jim's has been serving up Soft Serve in the Escanaba area for over 59 years and running. The original business was opened in 1958 by Jim Ungers and exchanged hands only three times! Jim's is committed to excellent customer care not only on a personal level but also for great treats at a low cost. We stride to be the best and most valued place to cool off in the summer heat. Serving over 30 shake options, 4 different soft serve flavors, and over 20 Avalanche choices, it's hard to pick what to have first! And don't forget, we also serve "The Biggest Cone in Town!"
We went here for a treat after my son's soccer game. It's very small inside and it was very busy! I had the malted milk ball avalanche- it was wonderful- lots of milk balls!! Much better than flurries, concrete mixers or whatever they're called at other places. There are some benches outside (and inside, too) which we could sit on- it would be really nice if they had some picnic tables but the ice cream is worth it. Our server was pleasant and efficient. I would recommend it.
4 based on 237 reviews
We were told to make sure we didn't miss this on our trip to the Upper Peninsula, and are so glad we listened. We got the feeling that this was true Swedish food and atmosphere, and it was wonderful. My husband had a stuffed dumpling dish that he likened to what he had enjoyed in Europe, and I headed for the Swedish pancakes, a sort of crepe, but couldn't pass on the potato pancakes, so had both (I did get a to-go box).
The atmosphere was cafe-gone-colorful and all wall space was filled with clocks (I believe each was for sale). Service super, food great, fun and funky surroundings--don't pass this up when in Escanaba.
4 based on 308 reviews
First, I would like to say that the atmosphere and service was excellent. The interior was full of light wood with a dining area, a rectangular bar, a sitting area complete with a fireplace and TV and a gaming area (pool table). The service came with a smile and she was very attentive. The meal that I had was not spectacular but that is on me. I had the chili and it's my understanding that the steak is really good here but I was not up for that. The beer could have been much better. Still, a great restaurant and I would definitely visit again (and have the steak) if I'm ever in that area again.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
My wife and I love this place, great coffee, sandwiches, and pastries. We wouldn't miss a visit. They open at 7am and are friendly from the get-go, always special.
4.5 based on 116 reviews
My husband and I went over after checking in at Sunset.
we both ordered the fish and chips. Four pieces of fish came for each with a huge amount of the tastiest crispy fries. Awesome.
I asked for mayo for my fries which was brought to me quickly.
Well done! will go back for breakfast and see their Monday to Friday special of four- $4.99 options for breakfast
4.5 based on 96 reviews
This is a great restaurant in a small town.
Our table of 4 had lunch on St. Paddy’s Day. The service and food was fine. Basic pub fare choices. Our waitress was fine. Everything was ok, I just wasn’t wowed by anything. We had whitefish sandwiches made with local Bay de Noc whitefish. They were good and the only reason I would return to this restaurant.
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