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  • Ryan Eashoo
    RE/MAX EDGE
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    Clarkston, MI
    The Clarkston Union, located in the historic village of Clarkston, is a truly unique venue. This church-turned-restaurant offers a one of a kind experience. The pews have been turned to create benches for the tables and the bell tower offers a casual seating area for a small group enjoying some drinks and conversation. The alter has been transformed into an open kitchen, so you can watch your food being prepared. Stop by and prepare to enjoy one of the delicious sandwich options or their spectacular baked mac & cheese! If you're in the mood for a drink, they have TONS of beers to choose from, including some from local craft breweries, and unique martini options like the Krunchberry!
  • Scott D. Shaker
    RE/MAX Grande
    Located on Sashabaw Road in Clarkston, MI next to DTE Music Theatre, Pine Knob offers 17 runs with 12 lifts and is 300 ft. vertical. They feature a big park with cool rails and jumps and have features for the beginners to the advanced. Packages are available for groups and they offer ski school and ski club and have events for the entire family.
  • Scott D. Shaker
    RE/MAX Grande
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    Clarkston, MI
    A premiere music venue for over 40 years, hosting a variety of music and entertainment. Formerly known as "Pine Knob", DTE is a favorite for many performers because of the intimate atmosphere and the way the people of Detroit appreciate a good show!
  • Suzi Stemper
    RE/MAX Select
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    Clarkston, MI
    I grew up in Clarkston and lived there for many years. Pine Knob was the place to go for downhill skiing. Lots of vacant land and dirt roads....not the Clarkston you will see now days. But downtown still has beautiful old homes with great wood trim and floors. Sidewalks and parks and the Mill Pond are still there. Rudy's Market is still there from a very long time ago. Now it has a couple of the best places to eat in the Clarkston area. The Clarkston Union Bar & Kitchen and Union Woodshop...come hungry and enjoy the view...AND you just might see KID ROCK in Clarkston. He lives nearby and comes to the Union all the time.

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