Inside the Kitchen: The Cooks’ House in Traverse City

'Inconspicuous Location, Deliciously Conspicuous Cuisine'

You may not recognize it as a restaurant at first glance, but once you take that first step inside, there’s no going back!

Good food, explains Cooks’ House Co-Owner Eric Patterson, is like jazz; a little bit of this, a little bit of that, and soon enough, you have yourself a score.

That mentality is evident throughout this quaint side-street eatery, from the cuisine, ever-rotating to fit the season and the local ingredients on hand, to the dining room… which may be smaller than your living room, yet boasts a light, airy aesthetic that fosters friendships and has made for many a languid dining experience.

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