Every time my family and I cross the big green bridge we have to stop at Clyde’s Drive In and get a hamburger and a shake. My friend Mandy told me about Clyde’s, and after we tried it we stop there as much as we can even though we live about 250 miles away. The St Ignace location is about a half mile west of I-75 on US-2. You can’t miss it with its blue covered parking for visitors to pull in and order food.
The other and first location is in Manistique at 201 Chippewa Ave. about a mile north of US-2.
I have eaten at both locations, and if you want a good homemade hamburger neither one will disappoint. cooked fresh and served hot an topped the way you like it, makes it way better than any fast food chain. And you can’t go wrong with a shake and fries to go with it. They also have a full menu of other items but I have gotten the hamburger every time. They are known for the ” Big Clyde ” which is a one pound hamburger but that’s too much for me.
They have a few seats inside at a counter to eat inside but most people eat in thier car since there is not a lot of space. Just pull in an open spot and someone will come out and take your order and bring your food to your. Just be aware that when they are busy it might take them a litte time to get your food to you, but it’s well worth the wait.
If you have a travel trailer they have a large parking lot and you can pull in a park and then go inside and place your order.
Since I have eaten at Clyde’s a few years ago I have to stop there in St Ignace anytime I enter or leave the Upper Peninsula. I think they close the St Ignace Location for the winter so if you want to get a burger you need to do it soon before they close for the season.
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