Bay City (Another World) - Around Town - Restaurants

Restaurants

  • L'Auberge, 1977 to early 1980s
  • Bay City Country Club
  • The Bumble Bee, 1978/1979, a coffee shop where Mimi worked
  • Cafe Paradise, January 1989-1993 (Manager: Ada Hobson)
  • Carlino's Restaurant, November 1995-May 1999 (Owner and manager: Joe Carlino)
  • Daily Grind, April 1993-September 1994 (Manager: Ryan Harrison)
  • The Fireside Inn, August 1971-1973 (Former owners: Steve Frame and Gerald Davis; Mr. Ritter. Former manager: Ted Clark)
  • Harbor Club, February 1994-June 1999, remodelled in September 1995 (Former manager and co-owner: Ian Rain. Former owner: Spencer Harrison. Former manager and owner: Grant Harrison. Owner and manager: Donna Love)
  • Kopper Kettle Inn, The 1960s
  • Lucky Lady, December 1996-June 1999 (Owner: Etta Mae Burrell. Former owner: Dustin Carter (RIP). Previously known as simply "the coffee house," LL became a coffee house again on 12/15/98)
  • Mary's Place, May 1986-December 1988, remodelled in May 1987, burned down. (Managers: Vince McKinnon and Ada Hobson)
  • North Woods Inn, January 1985-December 1986, burned down (Manager: Felicia Gallant. Former owner: Jeffrey Cartwright)
  • Pandora's, October 1997-1998. (At the Lakeside Hotel. Owner: Alexander Nikos)
  • Pelican Club, May 1988-1990, went out of business (Manager: Harry Calhoun; Al)
  • Sassy's, December 1990-1996
  • Smiley's Diner, December 8, 1982 - May 1986 (Manager: Perry Hutchins)
  • Surf Bar, July 1994-1994 (Extension of the Harbor Club)
  • Tallboys, January 1970 - March 18, 1985, destroyed (Manager: Grant Todd. Owner: Lily Mason)
  • Top of the Tower, early reference in 1967, late reference in 1970
  • TOPS, December 1986-January 1995, remodeled in October 1988 (Former owner: Reginald Love. *Former manager: Felicia Gallant. Manager: Franco)
  • Tuxedo Club, 1991-1992

Restaurants Mentioned: Blue Bell, Tumbleweed, Sugar Shop, Casey's Tavern, Pig Whistle Saloon, Bay City Fats, Bayside Coffee House

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