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   What to Eat in Jackson County, Michigan

A meat chili-topped Coney dog from Virginia Coney Island in Jackson County, Michigan

Photos courtesy of Experience Jackson

Michigan’s food scene isn’t all about Detroit. In this sponsored post, meet Jackson County, birthplace of the beloved Coney dog and so much more.

Jackson County, Michigan, is known for its diner-style pit stops and family-owned eateries. Whether you are looking for a place to dine in or take out from, eat a regional specialty or devour BBQ, enjoy doughnuts or chow down on desserts, Jackson County’s food scene puts its focus on genuine personality, atmosphere, and taste.

So, what makes Jackson County’s approach to food stand out?

Historically operated eateries are around every corner. Many of them have been serving the community for close to a century. With so many places standing the test of time, it’s evident they’re doing something right. And if they don’t share their neighbors’ long-standing tenure, these restaurants exceed the local expectation with their unique atmosphere and stylistic approach to preparing food. Great ingredients and family-secret recipes aren’t just a tagline around here—they are a reality in Jackson’s best restaurants.

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  • Open momo

    Momos are dumplings, and dumplings are usually round or circular, in a closed parcel shape that keeps their fillings in. Not so with open momo. They are, well, open at the top, so you can see the fillings...

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  • Jerk chicken or pork with festival

    When you think of Jamaican cuisine, chances are you think of jerk chicken (or pork). And rightly so: It’s the most iconic of Jamaican meals, true Jamaican soul food that belongs to Jamaicans,...

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  • Abalone

    The cold, pristine, nutrient-rich waters of the Tasman Sea provide ideal conditions for high-quality wild blacklip and greenlip abalone—large edible sea snails. In fact, many Tasmanian aboriginals...

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  • Polands classic



    I had this traditional polish soup at a place called Pszczyna and it was awsome. Especially, I liked that the are serving it in a hollowed bread    Read more
  • Palermo gourmand

    A'Cuncuma, Via Judica, 21, Palermo


    Palermo is known as one of the first street food cities in Italy; nonetheless it's rich in gourmet restaurants for more sophisticated palates. My husband and I went to A'Cuncuma restauran…    Read more
  • Bicerin in Turin

    Caffe Torino, Torino


    Sitting outside at the classic Caffe Torino, people watching and sipping the delicious, indulgent local specialty - the bicerin - is a simply delightful way to spend an afternoon. It’s a drink co…    Read more
  • Modern Turkish fine dining

    Yeni Lokanta, Istanbul


    After a few days of traipsing around the city with children in tow, we sat down for a civilized, adults-only dinner at Yeni Lokanta. With the children safely tucked up in bed with their babysitter,…    Read more

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