Chelsea, MI

. July 23, 2013.
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If you’re looking for a weekend getaway, or a day filled with small-town activities that are great for a date or a family fun, head to Chelsea, that lovely town located just 15 minutes outside Ann Arbor.

Chelsea House Victorian Inn

 

Wake up in this cozy bed and breakfast that features Victorian style décor, and is the home of Kim and Jim Myles. The couple provides unbeatable hospitality and the house features rooms for affordable prices. Perhaps even book the intimate Carriage House Suite. The location places you in the middle of Chelsea’s shops and restaurants that cater to a day of relaxation, or enjoy recreational activities at the nearby Waterloo Recreation area nearby.

For more information call Kim at 7344752244, or email at innkeeper@chelseahouseinn.com 118 E Middle St, Chelsea

 

Back to Roots

Located on Main St. in downtown Chelsea, head on over to Back to Roots to enjoy a full local farm breakfast and a cup of gourmet coffee. The menu includes everything from American to vegetarian to various Asian food styles. Profits are used to bring awareness and effort to social justice issues. If you like the food or the vibe, come back at night to hear live music. 

115 S Main Street

 

 

 

Chelsea Teddy Bear Company

Stop off for either a tour of the toy museum or shop at this popular Chelsea attraction. The city is known as the home of the teddy bear, and the factory is full of activities for a large group or a date. Pick out an unstuffed bear and bring it to life with the help of the friendly staff. Take your new teddy bear home and enjoy it for a lifetime.

400 North Main Street

 

 

 

Jets

When you get hungry or ready for a cold one, be sure to walk back down Main St. and grab a  pizza and a brew at Jets Pizza.   Located in the heart of downtown Chelsea, it is the only Jet’s in the country that sells beer, currently offering 41 beers on draft. Choose from square or round pizza, paired with a salad or a side of wings or check out the wide selection of subs. Jets is the perfect place to take a break.

Located on 506 N Main St

 

Just Imagine

Stop in to this all-in-one book, toy, and music store. This Chelsea gem has something for everyone. Whether you are looking for a best seller or a local interest book, a game to take home and enjoy, or considering taking up a musical instrument, this place has it all. Chat with the knowledgeable staff to find what Just Imagine can do for you.

108 E. Middle Street

 

 

Smokehouse 52

Top off the night at this delicious BBQ restaurant. Also located on Main St, take that special someone to this new Chelsea attraction. Enjoy a drink at the bar or unwind at a table. Taking BBQ back to the basics, Smokehouse 52 emphasizes the importance of slow cooking. The quality is there, but the steep prices are not. Barbeque not  your thing? The menu features many other delicious entrees including burgers, salads, salmon, steak, and more. Drink in this chill atmosphere.

125 S. Main Street

 

 

 

Mule Skinner Boot Shop

Chelsea is home of the best place to buy your leather goods in the Southwest Michigan. Mule Skinner Boots and Western Wear provides excellent customer service that will leave you with the perfect fit just for you. The family business adds that extra customer care and concern and the knowledgeable staff will make sure you leave with the best selection. If you are not already satisfied with their wide selection of popular brands, they will be sure to adjust your leather good so that it’s a perfect fit. Choose from styles ranging from $200 to $2,000 and you will walk out with an unbeatable quality boot.

118 S. Main St.

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