What to do: This small town has the cutest downtown area with a vintage flare. Head over to the general store and stock up on tons of candies or head over to the old fashioned fudge shoppe. The Lexington Village Theatre also has a wide selection of concert and theatre performances for your enjoyment.
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Places to eat: A hugely popular spot in this town is Wimpys Hamburgers. Enjoy a variety of burgers, sliders fries and more at a price that wont break your budget. If burgers arent exactly your thing, head over to Steiss Village Inn and enjoy a huge variety of American Classics. We recommend their insta-worthy pizza.
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What to do: This cute college town offers a lot of fun attractions for any age. First stop by the The Book Abbey Art Gallery and enjoy the town's extensive collection of local artwork from 55 Adrian Artists. After, spend your last few hours bike riding on the gorgeous trails of Trestle Park.
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Places to eat: Adrians downtown has plenty of food option no matter what youre in the mood for. A popular dining destination is Mandys Uptown Bar and Grill which serves up classic American Cuisine. Other popular places include Lotus Place Chinese and The Pizza Bucket. And for dessert top off your meal with a waffle cone from local favorite, Frosty Boy Ice cream.
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What to do: Sandwiched between Oxford and Lapeer, this place has plenty of nostalgic attractions. Visit the historic Old Town Hall or the Sutherland Nature Preserve and take super cute photos. And stop by the downtown shops and scope out a cute vintage knick knack, because, why not??
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Places to Eat: If youre in town for breakfast, head over to the Sundance Grill for a great homemade breakfast complete with a gigantic stack of pancakes and sunny-side up eggs. The Pickel Barrel is also a popular hipster-ish spot, as it is complete with a fast food restaurant, grocery store and Ice cream shop.
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What to do: This small town has a few cute options for visitors to enjoy. Stop by the town on Wednesday evenings to enjoy summer concerts at Marysville outdoor amphitheater. And if you're a museum lover, stop by Wills St. Claire Automobile Museum and Marysvilles Historical Museum.
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Places to Eat: This town is packed with tons of yummy food spots. Head over to Four Star Grill and enjoy a wide selection pork chops, burgers, ribs and steak that wont break your budget. Lynwood Bar also offers tons of great discount food and drink nights and all-you-can-eat nights on Friday and Saturday.
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What To Do: A popular town attraction is the Armanda Bat Garden, a certified bat habitat and bat house. And during the Autumn months this town offers plenty of haunted houses, hayrides and corn mazes. Blakes Ciderhouse & winery is also a year-round destination for visitors.
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Places to Eat: Blake's Hard Cider and Co is a popular dinner destination, complete with a winery and great food options, its a complete winner in our book. Pizza and Paradise is another great option because of their stone oven pizzas that are loaded with THE BEST toppings.
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We love exploring small towns in Michigan, but sometimes you don't want to drive four or more hours to get there. That's why we made a list of small towns that are near Detroit that are worth checking out. We've got info on what makes the town so fun, plus a place for you and a friend to grab a bite to eat or down a cold brew.