St. Clair is a city in St. Clair County in the eastern "Thumb" of the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 5,485 at the 2010 census. The city is located on the St. Clair River near the southeast corner of St. Clair Township.
Restaurants in Saint Clair
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Enjoy going to Adair Bar for their Sunday fried chicken dinners. Meal comes with cole slaw (no salads), mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, half a friend chicken. Service could be better. It drives me crazy to see a waiter or waitress come to the table WITHOUT a smile. They are employed to serve the customer with a smile and NOT expect the customer to have all the answers. Often at Adair you are afraid to ask a question since you will get you head bit off. For their popular fish fries, go to The Raft about 8 miles south for the best perch in the area.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
it's a nice decent park. It was clean and there was plenty of green space, parking and areas for walking and biking.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
We went to this US course about 30 minutes from the Bluewater Bridge. Course was challenging but very fair. Greens were slow but true. The elevations were varied and general conditioning was acceptable. Great value at $29 with cart and Canadian money taken at par. Lunch for 3 with drinks was $20.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
The Wills Museum is a one marque museum; it centers around a very fine automobile produced in the 1920's by one of the most interesting of early auto pioneers, C. Harold Wills. These cars are "known of" by car nuts, but they are rare and not much more than name recognition is usually involved. Wills was with Henry Ford in the beginning as chief engineer and so valued by Ford that he was the highest paid employee in history. When he left Ford (on good terms) to start his own corporation, his severance was 1.9 million, and that was in 1919. About 4,000 cars were produced until the 1920's depression put the car out of business. They were advanced - single overhead cam V-8's in 1920! They were beautiful, and their performance was record breaking. This museum has excellent exhibits and the cars are as beautiful as they are rare. This museum is supported by the loving owners and the town of Marysville, immediately south of Port Huron, Michigan, where Wills decided to build his manufacturing empire. There's so much more to this fascinating bit of history.
The Museum is a must if you're a vintage car buff, but one thing will ask for a little patience; the museum is only open from 1-5 pm on the 2nd Sunday of the month. BUT... it's worth the extra scheduling. The folks at the museum couldn't be friendlier. The building is unique, but that's another story. GIVE THIS ONE A TRY.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
A surprisingly great performance in a smaller theater. Very comfortable, and after a few minutes it's had to tell that your even viewing a performance. Love this theater and will be back for more.Thanks for your review and we're so happy you'll be coming back!
4.5 based on 19 reviews
The Snug Theatre opened in July 2013 to overwhelming support from Marine City and nearby areas. Sold out shows like Hello, Dolly! and Gypsy prompted owners to open a second venue, Riverbank Theatre in order to meet demand. The Snug will continue to offer professional live theater and special events like Comedy Nights, Puppet Shows, Guest Speakers and more.
We visited The Snug to see All My Sons, a great Arthur Miller play. We enjoyed a weekend night in Marine City at the Heather House and have seen several plays at The Snug Theater this past year.
It is very warm and cozy. They offer coffee (both decaf and regular) from Roasted with Perks, water and chocolates from The Sweet Shoppe down the street. A great getaway for Date Night!!!
We can't wait to see what next year brings to the theater in Marine City!!!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Fish with me, Art Ferguson (May 1- November 30) on beautiful Lake St. Clair, Detroit River, Lake Huron and Lake Erie! Smallmouth bass expert, but also will catch Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Walleye and other species of fish. I have been guiding on these waters since 1990. I'm a full time professional bass guide and tournament angler. Come learn from a pro and leave with great memories!
Have fished with Art now on several occasions. Each time is an adventure. Not only do I love fishing, anytime of year, with Art, you get to go catching also.
I have caught my top 3 largest Large Mouth bass of my life in Arts boat. All 3 just a hair under 7#'s. And an almost 5# small mouth.
He knows his stuff.
Have fished 4 times in Florida and 3 times in St Clair with Art.
Will fish with him again.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
One of Port Huron's chief attractions, overlooking the St. Clair River. It is nice to see the city of Port Huron preserve the view for public use rather than allowing commercial construction.
4.5 based on 109 reviews
The museum itself doesn't have a lot on display, but it does have good information about the freighters passing by and the staff (and volunteers) are a wealth of maritime information in general. You can walk outside and enjoy riverside viewing, which really gives you a good sense of just how large the freighters are. And, absolutely do not leave until you've bought a donut. They are worth the visit alone, but beware that I've stopped in at mid-day to find the trays empty.
5 based on 9 reviews
We had the opportunity to be entertained at The Mariner Theater where a film titled The Great Alone was being featured - a documentary about Lance Mackey, four-time winner of the Iditarod. The filmmaker happens to be the son of the theater owner. Apparently the film is being shown around the U.S., so we're not talking just an elaborate home movie. This was an Indie-type film and well made.
Our friends said the theater seated only 48 persons. It was even a greater surprise to experience the seating: 2 seats, aisle, 2 seats across. I think the room is about 12x 50 feet long. Though a small room, the movie "screen" and sound system were excellent. This boutique theater is quaint, to say the least. Free popcorn, relaxed atmosphere, and intimate setting. Not a bad seat in the house. An additional treat are the ads from the 1930's and 40's that were run during that era.
The theater also houses sophisticated museums, to include recreations of the Titanic. Unfortunately the galleries were closed, but we understand they, too, are impressive.
Before the movie, we dined at the fish restaurant just down the street, which was also very good.
Fun evening. Can't wait to go back to enjoy Marine City AND The Mariner Theater.
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