A short walk down the block, Timothy’s creates a fish-focused global cuisine. The titular owner is a master of sauces—and don’t miss the crazy-good off-season specials
269-469-0900 | website
This local favorite serves Middle Eastern food with a Kurdish flair. You’ll want to try the Ispanek (That’s falafel covered in veggies with mango-walnut-garlic-coconut cream sauce). Channel your inner adventurous eater!
269-469-6779 | website
If classic red sauce Italian is your thing (isn’t it everyone’s?) then you need to experience Brewsters’ “dinner for two” that serves four. Bring home house-made cookies and don’t leave without trying the tiramisu.
269-469-3005 | website
A stunning view of the marina in New Buffalo is the star of this waterfront eatery: Enjoy their traditional American menu with a special focus on local, hand-crafted delights…not to mention jaw-dropping cocktails.
888-605-6800 | website
Heston’s keeps the supper club tradition alive with fabulous prime rib, lake perch and other upscale comfort food. (It’s just back over the Indiana border, so watch that time zone change! Well worth the drive.)
219-778-2938 | website
Hotshot breweries love to brag about their hop-forward IPAs—at Greenbush, experience the soft, sophisticated side of craft brews. There’s truly something for every beer drinker, and get the brisket. Just do it.
269-405-1076 | website
If you’re looking for something harder, nothing beats this nearby distillery. Organic spirits form the basis of out-of-this-world craft cocktails, accompanied by delicious pub burgers, hand-cut fries and Detroit-style pizzas. Take a tour!
269-820-2076 | website
For a taste of the Southwest in Harbor Country, dress down for this casual bar and grill. Julie loves the tacos—but the Roadhouse’s whitefish is famous.
Don’t let the name mislead you—come for the cold cuts, stay for the…coffee? David’s is the perfect place to pick up lunch or a caffeine fix before a day at the beach.
269-469-7177 | website