Rogers City is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 2,827 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Presque Isle County. The city is adjacent to Rogers Township, but is politically independent.
Things to do in Rogers City
4.5 based on 63 reviews
We had 4 years to work hard and gain a respectable reputation in Rogers City. We are now in our own building!! The same attention to detail, care and pride go out on each plate we serve. Chef owned and operated. We pride our selves on scratch made food. From our homemade stocks, soups, sauces, salad dressing, desserts, and even HOMEMADE SAUSAGES!! That's right we grind the meat, stuff the sausage, and smoke the sausage. With the new addition to our smoker we do smoked brisket, polish kielbasa and even pastrami. To many homemade items to list. Can't forget about our cheesecakes. NY Style cheesecake!! We have done everything from plain to chocolate covered bacon cheesecake. We don't like to put limits on ourselves. We think outside the box. Come see for yourself what people are talking about!!
We shared a large reuben sandwich that came with fries. Other diner's meals looked good. Seemed to be the best place in town for lunch.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
Stopped in on our way back from a bike trip up to the lighthouse. The cookies, brownies, extra all looked delicious. The molasses cookie was my indulgence and a double chocolate brownie was my wife's. Both were delicious and a good pick me up. Well worth a atopt
4.5 based on 8 reviews
The goods here are good but if you r not there in the early AM u loose. Breads pastries all baked that day you can't loose here. We like the bread and we eat the pastries on the,way home. You will love it. Reasonable prices
5 based on 15 reviews
We thoroughly enjoy going to the Painted Lady for a coffee and smoothie stop. The amount and varieties of coffee drinks and smoothies is staggering; but, this is enough to keep our family of four coming back repeatedly.
The gift shop area is also entertaining, and has a great variety of unique gifts.
The owner/proprietor is always friendly, and is always willing to engage in all sorts of small talk.
A great place for a refreshing drink.....
4 based on 45 reviews
We were late getting into town. The Lighthouse was ther only place open other than Mikie D's. I wasn't impressed with the late night fare that was left. I had the White fish and tht was good since it wasn't fried it was broiled. The pizza they say is good but we passed on that. This would be my first choice in RC but I wouldn';t eliminate them
4.5 based on 16 reviews
We are a full service family restaurant. From pizza to steaks and everything in between.
Fridays are the best....nice couple own the place, very hospitable, and good foof....crab legs, all you can eat.....pizzas are excellent...only cash...so come prepared....you will enjoy...
4 based on 39 reviews
Had my morning meal with a friend. It was typical am food. Eggs bacon toast. It is boring but what can you do. The waitress was good with the refills and the meal was hot so all was working. I have not had a surprising or different breakfast not a long gone but I want expecting anything with pizzazz
4 based on 32 reviews
Stopped here in a desperate attempt to escape Alpena! I was starving! I ordered 'the special', which was 2 eggs, bacon, hash browns and homemade white toast. I also ordered a side of pancakes (don't judge me).
Coffee mug was always full, food was delicious! Homemade toast was fantastic! Restaurant was clean and staff was nice. No real wait and the place was packed!
We will go back.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
This is a great sports bar, through and through. The décor, the memorabilia, etc....it's all about the sports...college, professional, auto racing, all of the above. The beer selection was decent. The food here is bar food through and through......mostly fried stuff, and burgers, etc. But, it was all done well, and reasonably priced. Our family of four enjoyed our stay here. The staff and owner here are simply awesome; they were very friendly, and made for a very enjoyable stay. We hope to return here next summer!
4.5 based on 6 reviews
My wife and I enjoyed a nice lunch here last week. We have been patrons here since this restaurant opened in the 1980’s under the name “The Buoy.”
The newly named place looks great with phenomenal Lake views! Great, friendly, attentive staff and a good menu for lunch and dinner. I enjoyed the basic cheeseburger. The beef was good, but on the verge of being a little greasy. My wife had the whitefish sandwich. I must admit that I am biased as I think that the best whitefish sandwich is served at The Perry Hotel in Petoskey. Having said that, this sandwich was tasty. The breading was light but lacked flavor. The breading needs to be a bit more substantial for it to be a great sandwich. The Bloody Mary was fantastic!
It is such a treat and a blessing that this mainstay location is being opened to favorable reviews. We will be back on every visit we make, and recommend that other travelers enjoy it too!
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