Norway is a city in Dickinson County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 2,845 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Iron Mountain, MI–WI Micropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Norway
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Great Burgers award winning as a matter of fact really enjoyed the atmosphere ,not the best burger I've ever had but really good
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Was in a hurry today and had no time to cook dinner, and since the Dairy Queen was right on the side of Highway US2, I figured "Why not?", so I went through the drive-through and ordered a burger and fries. The day was nice, so there was abit of a line at the window, but it moved along quickly and I soon reached the menu order board and placed my order. It was only a few later, and I was up to the window and had been given my order. It came to less than 10 bucks, so that was good.
Up the road, I pulled over for a minute to eat, as I didn't particularly feel like getting into an accident and checked out my order. The sandwich was weighty and on a toasted bun, which was good, but the meat itself had very little flavor to it. A sprinkling of salt and pepper did help,though. The fries were large and tasty and made up abit for the lackluster hamburger, so, all in all, the meal was a stalemate. Good enough for someone in a hurry who doesn't want to spend a fortune for road food.
4.5 based on 168 reviews
We met some relatives here for lunch All 4 of us had salads (I had the 1/2 Cranberry Black & Blue salad) and it was exceptional! Everyone raved about their food. The 1/2 salad was more than enough food -- no need to order the full.
We were very impressed and will eat here again if we are back in the area.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Yoopers, the residents of Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula take their pasties seriously. A meat and vegetable filled dinner encrusted by a flour based crust, the pasty was the invention of Cornish miners who populated the iron and copper mines of the region. Pasties provided a tasty and convenient meal for the miners when they were deep underground. Simply put, the Pasty Oven's pasties are the best. The crust is flakey and light, the ingredient perfectly spiced and cooked. Many varieties available, no better pasties anywhere! We buy them at the restaurant and in grocery stores, enjoying them every time!
5 based on 4 reviews
Edelweiss coffee shop, a drive-thru located about a block off US 2 in Iron Mountain has a wide range of drinks available. I enjoyed a Frozen Skinny Vanilla Latte while others in our car had coffee, water and latte's. Edelweiss is in a bigger and new location (from the last time we were here) a bit farther from US 2. Although there were ten cars waiting (five in each of two lines), our drinks were available in just a few minutes. Recommend it for a specialty drink or just a quick coffee.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
A charming restaurant with an upscale ambiance. We enjoyed the deep fried gnocchi appetizers. The ribeye and tenderloin steaks were flavorful and cooked to perfection. An enjoyable evening and wonderful food.
4 based on 18 reviews
We stopped in pre-game around 11:45 and just beat the rush. Where the other local sports fan faves already were too full, we were able to snag a spot at the bar within about five minutes and get seated for food in about twenty- just like our host predicted. Everyone was friendly and polite, despite the busy tempo. Food was great and satisfying. Best of all, the vibe was relaxed and comfortable without being dive-y. Really, this hit the mark and we couldn't be happier!
4.5 based on 209 reviews
I am vegetarian and generally look for restaurants that also cater to vegetarians. They have a lot of selection and present the food very well. The food is delicious and the waitress was very nice and courteous. I will certainly visit again. And btw - not sure why it shows $$-$$$ sign. It is not expensive at all. Most combo dinners are from $9-$13 range and drinks are also inexpensive.
4 based on 5 reviews
This facility has long history, but recently re-opened under new management. Located in lakes area of cottages & homes. Typical local working-folks crowd. It has a large bar with booths on perimeter; separately, there is a dining room with tablecloth tables & booths. We go here occasionally for Fri. night fish fry; tonight my perch pieces were overdone; ditto said my husband. We really WANT this place to succeed. I hope they do better in future.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
A breath taking view on top of Norway Mountain ski resort. Friday nights gourmet fish from blackened salmon and herb crusted walleye to Greek shrimp. Sundays cooked to order breakfasts. Not your average ski resort fare Gourmet burgers, made from scratch french dip, steaks, pasta, gyros and many other favorites.
The physical changes to this restaurant, inside and out, make it even brighter and more inviting since our last visit. Food and service continue to be excellent, and the exuberant attention the owner extends to his guests makes the experience truly personal. The Greek shrimp entree is unique, and the chicken "fingers" are enormous, prepared and presented expertly. Others at the table ordered the herb-crusted walleye, blackened salmon, and house burger, delighted with their choices. But save room for dessert. The fried cookie bites in Rumchada are extraordinary. We had 8 others with us this time, and all were impressed with the view, the menus, the service, and the reasonable prices. We are excited about the extensive plans for this place!
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