There are a lot of classy restaurants in this city. But sometimes, Monday afternoon hits you like a brick to the face and the only cure is food you would usually eat at 2am on your bedroom floor, like tater tot nachos and mac and cheese pizza. Petoskey’s understands. It’s a pizzeria and bar that somehow makes tots drenched in queso and a thin pizza topped with cheesy macaroni feel tasteful. Grab your friends for a last-minute group dinner to make a Monday hit you more like a bucket of cotton balls.
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