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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Henry's Inn in Rockland

My, oh my! If you are ever in Rockland, just east of Ontonagon in the UP, treat yourself to a delicious meal at Henry's Inn. The building's history goes back to 1890 (molded tin ceilings and unique architecture) and the pasty special on Thursday is outstanding.  It is served with some great homemade cole slaw and we washed it all down with a brand of root beer called 1919 which is pretty popular with the Yoopers and not available to trolls (those who live below the bridge). They actually brew this root beer the old-fashioned way and do not use high fructose corn syrup. Two thumbs up!

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