Yooper pasties have nothing on Teddywedgers. They are bigger and they much better. I will travel from the great state of Texas for another one.
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I love pasties. I went to college for two years in the U.P. Of Michigan and they took their pasties seriously! I can say without reservation that these pasties, while not exactly the same as the very best I had in the UP, are on...More
This was definitely not a Yooper's pasty - it's better than that. Tender crust and generous fillings. I've been told by so many folks in the U.P. that I haven't been going to the right places if I think pasties are too dry - I...More
Got a breakfast pastie at Myles Teddywedgers and it was pretty good but not like the pasties I have had in the UK. Good but not the same. Fast, friendly staff. Great location for eating on the go. Half a pastie is more than enough,...More
We were pleased to see the Teddy Wedges shop following our Capitol tour. Cornish traditional meat pie baked for the miners who were the source of the "badger" label in the Badger State. Being housed in the oldest commercial building on the Capitol square at...More
We decided to stop in and ordered the classic pastie. It was big enough for both of us. We had it cut in half and since there is no place to sit inside we sat by the Capital. We thought the pastie was good.
I visited Teddywedgers for lunch on a recent weekday. It's a tiny store on a triangular corner with no seating right across from the capitol. However, if the weather cooperates there is plenty of seating outside on the square. The menu consists of a variety...More
Had the classic pastie. This is what I call coal miner food my grandma made this type of stuff for my grandpa. Those cold coal minors used to put these on a hot rock deep in the coal mines. Thick crust and filling taste was...More