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It’s no secret that the winter months can feel extremely long in Michigan. The snow, freezing cold temperatures, and gray skies can make us feel a little stir crazy at times. My family loves spending time in Traverse City - the lakeshore, restaurants, shops, and wineries - make it one of our favorite places to visit. This year, however, we decided it was high time to experience what Traverse City has to offer during the winter months.
Do you love to cook? If you’re looking for unique foodie activities to do in Traverse City, sign up for a cooking class at Fustini’s Oils and Vinegars! Fustini’s School of Cooking is designed for anyone who loves to cook -- and eat. All skill levels are welcome, and there are a variety of different classes to choose from nearly every day of the week.
OK, so we don’t exactly need a push to day-trip it to the dunes or to make a day of it at the beach or in the woods—such northern Michigan adventures are always a very good thing for our bodies and minds. But a free pass to access these natural wonders surely helps make the decision all the more of a no-brainer.
It’s not quite a meal, but it deserves an hour of the day like any other consumption time. And truly, is there anything better than a good coffee spot? Paired with just the right playlist and the atmosphere for whatever mood, the coffee scene in Traverse City is hot right now. Here’s the latest for your caffeinating pleasure.
The act of pairing wine with food is a long-standing culinary tradition. Throughout the Traverse Wine Coast, it’s no exception; and as our wines continue to win countless national awards, we get to experience some of the best wines in the world!