The Woolly Bugger first caught my eye as, for any Brits reading this, it sounds like some sort of dubious homosexual mating position (not the reason for entering the café I hasten to add).
On entering the café you actually find out that the name comes from a fishing lure, which I think is meant to be 'The Woolly Booger', anyway, there are various drawings of fishing lures around the walls, a v. large choice of coffees, internet access and its also nice and warm when its cold outside, always a winner.
The staff were very friendly and as its quite cozy, has a nice atmosphere, if you're in the area, its worth popping in for a mug.
Favorite Dish: Probably coffee, they do little pastry type things as well, but its a coffee house, so drink the coffee.
The café also has branches in Harbor Springs (pretty place, well worth a visit) and Mackinaw City (up near Canadian border).
We found this little gem of a cafe along one of the side streets after a stroll through one of the town's old neighborhoods. We ate outside because we had our dog with us, and the waitress brought a doggy bowl with water. After eating, I looked inside to find the dining rooms to be quite nice, as well. Smoke free!!
Favorite Dish: I had the best reuben sandwich I have had in a long time. The corn beef was extremely flavorful, there was just enough kraut and cheese, and the dark rye bread was wonderful. Kudos.