Mt Pleasant Italian Restaurants


Chef/owner Michael Scognamiglio turns out a steady stream of delicious Italian dishes, making Bacco the insiders’ choice for good dining in Mt. Pleasant. Housemade pasta and gnocchi anchor the authentic southern Italian fare, and an ever-changing mix of secondi will have you gobbling up housemade eggplant parmesan and marinated sepia alla griglia. The hand-pulled mozzarella and savory fire-roasted olives are not to be missed. At lunch, there’s Neapolitan-style pizza baked in a wood-burning oven and rustic sandwiches made with Italian meats and that wonderful mozzarella. Simple but classy decor and eminently reasonable prices make Bacco a great regular haunt for Mt. Pleasanters and well worth a trip across the Ravenel bridge for everyone else. —Robert Moss Dish (Summer 2014)

Southern Italian fare prepared from the heart and soul of chef/owner Michael Scognamiglio.

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What is the approximate cost of business insurance for a restaurant in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan?

I am a college student looking for approximate cost to put in a project for a restaurant budget, the restaurant is to be located in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. I guess it really doesn't have to be in Mt. Pleasant, but just in general.

I've written restaurant insurance before and it depends on many things. Will there be alcohol sold? Then you would need liquor liability in addition to having coverage on the building. The building itself you will need to find out what the square footage is and approximate age. As an example: a restaurant with liquor liability insurance including building coverage was $8700 a year.