This past Saturday, Beyond Brunch Detroit (BBD) held our second event at Bobcat Bonnie’s in Corktown. Our expert this month was the amazing Consumers Energy engineer and founder of the Goal Getter Group, Jereshia Hawk. Jereshia shared her entrepreneurial experience and passion for helping female entrepreneurs achieve their goals and grow their side hustle with us. To say that we all walked away empowered and inspired is an understatement!
Having a side hustle while also working 9 to 5 is no easy feat. However, with a structured business plan and a marketing plan to match your business’s needs, you will be thriving in no time. If you’re interested in building your side hustle, check out Jereshia’s website (hyperlinked above) to become a Goal Getter today!
Now let’s talk food!
Bobcat Bonnie’s is located in Corktown, a historic district just west of Downtown Detroit, MI, and has one of the coolest atmospheres I’ve ever experienced with a ton of character. Board games, trivia nights and $3 build your own Mimosa & Bloody Mary bar are just a few reasons Bobcat Bonnie’s has become one of my new favorite restaurants. They boast an expansive beer menu and some amazing food (just take a gander at the brunch menu below). I highly, highly recommend checking them out next time you’re in town.
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Last week I took a little break and went to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula with my boyfriend, Ryan and his family to visit his grandma while he’s home. A fun fact about me is that even though I’m a Michigander, I have never actually traveled to the U.P. until now! We did a family vacation to Mackinac Island when I was five, but that is as far north as I’d ever been. It turns out that the U.P. is nothing but historic and absolutely beautiful!
We stayed at the Laurium Manor Inn in Laurium; It’s a darling old mansion of the family of a copper mining tycoon, built in 1908 that is now a bed and breakfast (with a fabulous breakfast). The history nerd that I am, I loved getting to know the history of the house. We stayed in one of the maid’s rooms (#7) on the third floor right across from the ballroom. It was quaint and lovely, but you need to mind your head on the sloping ceiling. Rumor has it that the old house is haunted from it’s days as a funeral home, but we didn’t experience anything paranormal.
During the trip, we explored the Lake Superior shoreline since his grandma is lucky enough to call the lake her backyard and were able to witness some breathtaking sunsets. We also toured a copper mine and explored the towns of Calumet and Copper Harbor.
Here are a few photos from our trip!
This was such an amazing way to kick off the end of summer! What did you do for your end of summer celebration?
On Saturday I joined my boyfriend and his family for dinner at the historic White Horse Inn in the small town of Metamora, Michigan. Recently renovated, the restaurant’s decor nods to Metamora’s equestrian history and Michigan’s plentiful natural resources. My dinner included New England clam chowder, mac & cheese, a mint julep, and a warm, freshly baked chocolate chip cookie for dessert. I was definitely not disappointed! Good food and a phenomenal atmosphere, the White Horse Inn is one of Michigan’s oldest eating establishments that you won’t want to miss!
For more information on the White Horse Inn, visit their website in the link above or stop in and experience it for yourself!