Clementine’s South Haven offers an inviting experience in an old downtown building. Having an excellent meal in a restored and repurposed building gives a revitalizing experience. The restaurant in South Haven sits in a beautiful, historic bank. The interesting interior is worth the visit alone. Enjoy the wave of nostalgia and old-fashioned charm.

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Clementine’s South Haven is one of two locations of this excellent historic restaurant. Clementine’s Too is located in St. Joseph. Whether you love Michigan history or tasty eats, you’ll be happy you stopped at this local favorite. For more information, visit the Clementine’s website.

Have you been to this popular South Haven restaurant? Let us know about it in the comments below. If you’re looking for a place to stay just steps away, read about this adults-only bed & breakfast in Michigan where you can enjoy some much-needed peace and quiet. Or look for another one to reserve on the Vrbo website. 

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History In Michigan

What are some of the most historic places to visit in Michigan?

  • Fort Gratiot Lighthouse (Port Huron): Built in 1814, this historic place was built during the War of 1812. It guarded the juncture of the St. Clair River and Lake Huron and lit the way for the many water vessels coming and going at the time. The first lighthouse in Michigan was occupied by the U.S. Army until 1879. Tours are offered regularly in the spring, summer, and fall with appoint-only tours during the winter months.
  • Meyer May House (Heritage Hill): It is free to tour this lovely home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1908. The historic home was purchased by Steelcase Inc. in 1985, restored, and opened for public tours in 1987. Today you'll find original furnishings, and plenty of gorgeous stained glass among some reproductions in Wright's unique Prairie House design. This lovely place is closed on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, and reservations are encouraged.
  • Bewabic State Park (Crystal Falls): This pretty property is located on Fortune Lake, which is part of the Fortune Lakes Chain. For history lovers, the park is full of it, especially in the many structures constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Pitch a tent in one of the modern and rustic campsites, bring your tennis rackets, and hit the hiking trails — the park is site NO. 9 along the Iron County Heritage Trail system. Also, take advantage of the boat launch and spend the day fishing.

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