Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, United States. Sault Ste. Marie /ˌsuː seɪnt məˈriː/ is a city in, and the county seat of, Chippewa County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is situated on the northeastern end of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, on the Canada–US border, and separated from its twin city of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, by the St. Marys River. The city is relatively isolated from other communities in Michigan and is 346 miles from Detroit. The population was 14,144 at the 2010 census, making it the second-most populous city in the Upper Peninsula. By contrast, the Canadian Sault Ste. Marie is much larger, with more than 75,000 residents, based on more extensive industry developed in the 20th century and an economy with closer connections to other communities.
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This is a dive bar. More of a place to go with friends, than on a date. It has been a busy place for generations.
Been here twice as a local watering hole. Hole is accurate. Food is not fine dining but then again is aimed at people there for the drinks. Place is clean, prices high. Both times visiting I had to put up with people smoking even though local by law states no smoking. Complaint to bar staff was ignored. Second complaint was simply told they can['t stop them. Third complaint was told I could leave. Would rather hold onto my $$$ and eat at Clydes at the Sugar Ferry dock. And enjoy a drink at one of the bars in Sault MI. Fine for locals I guess but not again
3 based on 41 reviews
Early lunch, the place was nearly empty. Server was quick with drink order, and meal, and follow up. Food was hot and tasty. Restaurant, including bathrooms was clean. Overall, very nice. One star taken off due to missing slaw with sandwich.
4 based on 28 reviews
1668 Winery and Lockside Brewery are proud to be part of the Sault Sainte Marie community and in return we work very hard to create wine, beer and food that is fitting for the area. So the next time you want to have a glass of wine, or a nice beer and cha
We enjoyed our stop here. The staff was very friendly and we ended up taking home a bunch of wine. Also enjoyed their outside back patio.
4 based on 163 reviews
Ate here on two different nights while staying in the area. We chose Applebee's, because we have found them to be a fairly reliable chain. This one is OK, but there are better ones. What made these two visits enjoyable, was our waiter, Kullen. One of the most friendly, professional, and kindest young waiters we have met. After our second visit, we told him that we would like to meet his parents and thank them for raising such a wonderful young man. A breath of fresh air! Food was OK, drinks were good (especially the margarita), and we were please with our 2 visits.
4 based on 248 reviews
We had lunch here and it was very good. I enjoyed the queso dip with the flour chips. We both had burgers that were very good. It has a nice atmosphere and the service was good.
4 based on 691 reviews
Historic site across from the Sault Locks. Fun atmosphere with numerous stuffed animals, antlers and memorabilia. Northern cuisine, and great Friday night fish fry and fun activities in the evenings during the week. Banquet room available, can take groups
No trip to Sault St. Marie is complete without a trip to The Antlers Restaurant. The cover of the menu gives the history of the place, which was started as an ice cream parlor front for bootleg drinking during Prohibition. During the UP's severe winters, the Antlers will trade drinks for just about anything-- and it's all on display. Excellent food, although they have dropped the Prime Rib from the menu, which was my favorite. Not enough choices in steaks, but make sure you try the specialty beer available only in the UP.
4 based on 495 reviews
The Palace Saloon is truly a Soo establishment, opening for the first time over a century ago. The restaurant has seen some changes over the decades, switching hands and even looks, but what has always remained the same is the Palace Saloonâs amazing food
Ate at the restaurant Sep 1, 2019. Friendly waitress, nice atmosphere, great margaritas....but the meal was less than desirable. While eating my quesadilla I bit into something very hard. Turns out there was a skewer in my quesadilla. I swallowed a piece of it :( Lost my appetite. My sisterâs meal had a glob of cheese on it that was inedible, it appeared that it may have sat for awhile before being delivered to the table. We may have just been there on a bad night.
4 based on 384 reviews
The Wicked Sister is a family owned and operated Bar & Grill serving up some up the most creative cuisine in the area. The comfortable dining atmosphere and lively servers helps to create a fun experience for guests. When you're in the area, be sure to ch
We picked this spot based on TripAdvisor reviews and hope there might be a better option for our meals tomorrow. Yes, this is a bar not a gastropub and we were fine with that. We ordered two different burgers and they were just ok. Not sure what the raves were about. Service was just ok as well. Staff seemed friendlier to younger patrons. Weâve been traveling through the up for 4 days and following TripAdvisor reviews and this was the most disappointing.
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