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The expert optometrists at Owosso Eye Care want their patients to have as much information about their peepers as possible, which is why these professionals take time to make sure patients understand eye- exam results and encourage them to give detailed eye-health histories and ask questions. That’s also why the establishment’s opticians explain how different frames and lenses impact vision and why the company’s knowledge-packed website offers an Eye Exam Q&A, which discusses eye medications, routine tests, and foolproof techniques for dominating games of Eye Spy.

122 North Washington Street
Owosso,
MI
US

An authorized local affiliate of Larry Janesky's home energy-conservation enterprise, Steve Rodgers' Dr. Energy Saver helps homeowners shave down their heating and cooling bills while reducing their carbon footprint. Lifetime Owosso resident Steve Rodgers leads a qualified team of professionals as they use a blower door test and thermal camera to assess home comfort issues and energy efficiency, bring frigid rooms and overheated attics to manageable temperatures, and dehumidify musty basements and crawlspaces. By treating foundations with spray foam or affixing attics with an airtight SuperAttic system, technicians block wintry drafts from sapping comfort and money from households.

316 Corunna Avenue
Owosso,
MI
US

Carsmetology's techs reactivate the faded glow of cars, trucks, SUVs, and minivans with detailing services enhanced by Meguiar's carnauba wax. The experienced technicians burrow into every crevice with scrubbers and vacuums, taking four to five hours to administer the complete exterior and interior detailing. For those with less time to spare, they also execute express detailing services. They efficiently lather carpets with shampoos, condition leather surfaces, wipe down windows, and free seats from dirty stains or beaded covers that have started to fossilize. Additionally, they can detail boats and RVs, acid washing exteriors and pressure-washing carpets.

2611 E. M21 Suite G
Corunna,
MI
US

At first glance, Courtside Cafe looks like your average café, with gourmet sandwiches, daily specialty soups, and coffee drinks. But then you look bit closer at the menu and see that it's not so ordinary.

It delights taste buds with unusual housemade soup offerings, such as creamy asparagus, sweet-potato peanut with ham, hungarian mushroom, and lasagna. Many of its paninis arrive on grilled caramelized-onion rolls, brioche, swirled rye and more, and its inventive housemade aiolis—such as curry, sun-dried tomato, and lemon-cayenne—add flavor to a variety of sandwiches. Vegetarian and health-conscious options are also available, including a newly added black-bean burger and the garden safari vegetable wrap.

101 N Washington St
Owosso,
MI
US

The chefs at Wrought Iron Grill design dishes that are artfully executed down to the last detail. Take, for example, the housemade sauces and soups that are made fresh daily, or the veal demi-glace they make to flavor hand-cut, marrow-encrusted filet mignon. They also take care to incorporate local ingredients, coating wild-caught scallops with Michigan morel mushrooms and flash-frying fillets of Michigan perch.

Housed in the five-story brick structure that once held Woodard Furniture Company, Wrought Iron Grill's decor harks back to the building's industrial past. Flooring reclaimed from a welding room tops the bar, and 110-year-old windows hang over the heads of bartenders as they pour Michigan beers and mix drinks such as signature bloody marys garnished with spicy Mandingo pickles, 45th Parallel asparagus, and jumbo shrimp. Live bands often play atop the building's loading dock, allowing singers to be conveniently wheeled away after they've finished performing.

317 S Elm St
Owosso,
MI
US

From the air, the pathways at Country Corn Maze come together to create detailed images of cows, stock cars, tractors, monuments, presidents, and various other American icons. From the ground, though, they seem to wind endlessly without any sense of reason, providing adventurers with acres of maze to lose themselves in.

Each year, the Martindale family collaborates with Maze Play Inc., which uses computer-aided design software and GPS-directed tractors to carve out intricate pieces of art. The Martindales’ life on the farm and the culture of the rural Corunna countryside inspire the shapes of their mazes, which can range from a pictures of a farmstead to an homage to the firefighters of 9/11. After construction is complete and the maze walls have grown to the proper height, they invite guests to explore the 5-foot-wide pathways during the day or at night by flashlight. To keep patrons energized while they wander the corn labyrinth, Country Corn Maze also provides seasonal produce and concessions in its 1900s-era barn, from warm donuts to cups of hot organic cider or cocoa.

450 N Vernon Rd
Corunna,
MI
US