The course at Sauganash Golf Club showcases two eras of golf-course design: it features a front nine built in 1924 by A. W. Tillinghast, prolific designer of such legendary courses as Bethpage Black and Baltusrol, and a back nine built 47 years later. This baby of cross-generational construction challenges golfers of all skill levels, as players must try a wide spectrum of golf shots to get through the holes spanning 6,194 yards across the heavily wooded land adjacent to the St. Joseph River. The front nine demand precise drives down tight fairways, and the back nine require a firm handle on distance to avoid penalty strokes for winding up in the river or any one of the Great Lakes.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 72 course
Total length of 6,194 yards from the back tees
Three sets of tees per hole
Samuel Mancino's Italianate empire extends throughout the Midwest, with each outpost flaunting a full menu of fresh-baked grinders and pizzas loaded with hearty ingredients. A trifecta of ham, hard salami, and spicy sausage powers the signature italian grinder ($6.49 for an 8"), spurred on to its task of filling bellies by green pepper, onion, and melted mozzarella. Samuel Mancino's chefs toss dough by hand to give it a fluffy texture before it meets its fate as a foundation for pizzas laden with fresh, gourmet topping combinations such as chicken and garlic or ham, bacon, and pineapple ($15.99+). Piping-hot breadsticks return in sugary eveningwear as sweet Cinna-Stix ($5.99), perfect for dessert or as lick-and-stick nest-building materials. Prices may vary by location, though the owner, who recently took over the Erskine Plaza location, is absolutely identical.
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Riviera Theatre is a newly renovated artifact of the 1920s that illuminates silver screens with independent or hard-to-find movies. Cinephiles can choose from a variety of upcoming features, which include The Other Woman with Academy Award winning Natalie Portman, and Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead, which follows a man battling morbid obesity by only drinking fruit and vegetable juice. Platonic partners can sip on sodas and share a large bucket of popcorn that's lightly buttered so hands can slip out of awkwardly long handshakes. Amidst ornate molding and golden lighting salvaged from Riviera's vaudeville days, viewers enjoy films amplified in 5.1 digital surround sound within a 370-seat auditorium.