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Mark's Place menu #169143
09/05/2018 08:30 PM
09/05/2018 08:30 PM
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Northern Michigan
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Usually our first nights dinner is at Mark's but it's been a few years. I know its all good but what are the favorites, the unsuspecting hits? If I recall correctly I've think I've heard that the lasagna is real good.


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169146
09/05/2018 09:37 PM
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i have always loved the lasagna, the ribs....and the veal parm at Mark's. Enjoy!!

Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169150
09/05/2018 11:55 PM
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Creole chicken and, of course, his scalloped potatoes.


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169163
09/06/2018 07:20 AM
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Lasagna and scallop potatoes, sounds awesome.


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169171
09/06/2018 07:54 AM
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The mussels have always been good as has the pasta with shrimp, ask for a little extra garlic. Garlic bread is good and I think they have one of the better burgers on the island. It is hard to go wrong with anything at Mark's Place. Good sized portions, good service and very fair prices.


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169174
09/06/2018 08:13 AM
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My favorite has always been what they call garlic chicken, I think. It's chunks of chicken in a garlicky Aflredo sauce over pasta. HUGE portion, usually good for 3 meals for me!!


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169183
09/06/2018 09:29 AM
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We've always had a great there and we have met some really nice local people too. Many years ago my wife and I kind of ended up sitting right in-the-middle of a gentleman's birthday party. We offered to move but they would have nothing to do with that. We met his family, sang happy birthday and had a piece of delicious birthday cake. We walked away that night really feeling that SXM is truly the friendly island.


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169185
09/06/2018 09:51 AM
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What a nice memory! Thanks for posting. Mark's really is a kind of a local place that is always enjoyable.


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169191
09/06/2018 10:26 AM
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Royersford, PA (30m NW of Phil...
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We were there one time when a young local man got down on his knee and proposed. When the beautiful young woman accepted, everybody got up and applauded. Mark later brought out glasses of champagne for them.


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169196
09/06/2018 10:35 AM
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Mussels are outstanding. They substitute pasta for the french fries for us. Great combination. Can't say enough about those scalloped potatoes.

Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169222
09/06/2018 01:34 PM
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The whole fried snapper is to die for!!!

Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169263
09/07/2018 07:32 AM
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Mark's seemed to be closed....any update??


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169265
09/07/2018 08:42 AM
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It's open for long time now.


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: BillandElaine] #169269
09/07/2018 08:58 AM
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Perhaps they are on vacation? They often close for a week or two in September. Or perhaps they were closed yesterday, due to the anniversary of the storm.


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169270
09/07/2018 09:09 AM
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Perhaps.


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169280
09/07/2018 12:00 PM
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We used to try to make lunch at Mark's Place a part of every shopping trip to the old GranMarche... My personal "unexpected hit" was the Curry Goat. I ordered it on one of our first trips and found it delicious! From then on I would order it every year...despite my loving wife's comments about "...one old goat eating another..." every time I ordered it. It was like a miniature pot roast in gravy and I LOVED it!


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Re: Mark's Place menu [Re: dolfer] #169285
09/07/2018 01:35 PM
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Can someone print Marks carryout menu?


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