International Indulgences

You don’t have to travel far to get a taste of the world, thanks to the ethnically diverse dining scene in Southeast Michigan. Ann Arbor offers a global tour of foods with no passport required, says Chad Wiebesick, vice president of the Ann Arbor Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, adding that the variety of cuisine is “unparalleled” for a community its size.

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Fall Foliage Road Trip: A Tour of Michigan Wineries

Wineries are popping up in Michigan almost as fast as champagne corks on New Year’s Eve. Together, they welcome more than 2 million visitors annually and boost the state’s economy by some $300 million. At last count there were 123 wineries rooted in every corner of the Mitten and even a handful farther north in the Upper Peninsula. The best-known wineries are clustered near Traverse City on the Old Mission and Leelanau peninsulas that jut into Lake Michigan and adjoining bays.

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