Price Range : Under $10 ($)
Adress: 825 W Adams St, Iron River, MI 49935
Phone: (906) 265-3022
- list_altTakes ReservationsNo
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- thumb_upGood ForLunch
- local_parkingParkingPrivate Lot
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsNo
- volume_upNoise LevelQuiet
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingNo
- tvHas TVYes
As for the previous Yelper's comments about keeping the owner's religious beliefs out of his business, I completely disagree. I'm glad the owner keeps to his religious beliefs and isn't scared off from doing so by those like the last guy.
Really tasty pasties at reasonable prices -- the perfect Yooper comfort food.
I really wish the owner would keep his religious beliefs out of his business, though -- politics and religion seldom if ever mix well with business.
Knocking off one star for the relentless proselytization.
P.S.: The rutabagas pasty is remarkably good.
We had literally JUST driven into Michigan with the goal of tasting all of the typical Michigan foods(especially from the upper peninsula), when we drive past The Pasty Corner and decided to stop. The Yelp reviews were very good so we decided to give it a go! It's a small, unassuming quaint place with friendly staff. You order at the counter, get your food and pick a seat. Since this was new cuisine for us, we thought we'd stick with the regular pasty, which is a fresh dough stuffed with beef, potatoes and onions. For only $4.75, how can you go wrong? It was a pretty large portion and given that it was just a snack for three of us, it was more than enough food! It was tasty. My only small complaint would be that it was mostly filled with potatoes and not enough beef. I also would have loved some other colors in it, as it's pretty beige. But again, it was yummy and filling. I imagine the breakfast pasty and the pizza pasty are delicious as well! Definitely worth a visit if you're eager to satisfy a pasty craving!
If you're visiting the north woods, you must eat a pasty. The Pasty Corner is a tiny little joint but the pastries have big flavor. We tried the Rutabaga Pasty and the Friday special Vegetable Pasty. Both were delicious it the vegetable one was my favorite.
Frozen pasties are available to take home and bake and I definitely want to go back and get some frozen breakfast pasties to take home to Wisconsin- I bet they're amazing!
This is our favorite pasty place in the UP. Which means it's our favorite pasty place in the known universe. Great pasties and really nice people. My favorite is the Rutabaga.