What could be a better Northern Michigan snack than a local whitefish dip? Explore the best of the best as voted on by 15,349 lovers of Up North.
Fresh whitefish caught and smoked outside their door, a dollop of local white wine, red onion, capers. Sublime.
Locally smoked whitefish, cream cheese, a special seasoning blend developed by Ken Burritt himself way back when, herbs and onions, oh yeah. Especially good on Grissini dipping sticks, also available at Burritt’s.
A simply perfect smoked whitefish dip served with baby gherkins, honey mustard sauce, naan bread and flatbread crackers.
Always the life of the party, this is a dip even nonfish eaters dive into.
Just ask for June’s Smoked Fish Dip. Thank us later.
Hold some back. Adults and kids alike devour it.
The Watters family makes this smooth spread in their wee smokehouse and shop located behind their house. Just a hint of horseradish …
This beloved black-checked tablecloth bistro knows when not to mess with a good thing: They leave their whitefish dip to John Cross Fisheries—cream cheese, scallions, capers and, of course, authentic smoked whitefish.
When Carlson’s Fishery is across the street and down the wharf, you leave the whitefish dip to them.
A minimalist touch (it’s all about the locally caught and smoked whitefish) makes this spread a winner.