We had found two great indigenous restaurants in one day – what was the chance of us finding another one on the next day?
The day was rainy and getting rainier, so we were meandering back toward our starting place. At lunch time the rainier rain got even more rainier, and the clouds even cloudier as we drove through Port Austin looking for a place to eat.
Thus – we came upon The Bank 1884. And so we stopped. The Bank is a National Historic Site and has been a restaurant since 1982. I didn’t think the food was quite as good as the other two places, but it was good and the place very bank-like, so once again, we hit indigenous.
This was also the stop where we saw the sign in the bookstore window… enough said.