A Taste for Travel

Culinary tourists and locals are finding a wealth of fine dining around Traverse City


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The owners of the uber-fine dining spot Stella took a step away to launch something totally different: a more casual atmosphere with a “global” menu that was still being tuned as this issue headed to print. The intention at The Franklin, which opened in May, was to offer food from different areas of the world in the cavernous new street-front casual dining spot, which includes a second-floor patio and indoor dining.

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