We are cleaning and sanitizing all high touch area's frequently to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
We use hand sanitizer or wash our hands with warm soap and water, between each guest. Or when touching anything that could contaminate our hands.
We clean and sanitize each pen between each use for every guest that comes in, we frequently sanitize the door handles, phones, computer screen, and any surface we see a guest touch when they enter our establishment.
We do daily screens of our employees, and require all of our Employees that have Face to Face interaction with guests wear face masks.
We have hand sanitizing stations available for all guests.
Thank you all for the overwhelming support and business during these difficult times. Since we have had to switch gears and do mostly take-out (because of our limited seating capacity). We have to make a little change to help things go a little smoother for everyone.
Per Executive Order 2020-147 from Governor Whitmer Face Coverings are Required to Enter Our Restaurant. Please be respectful to our staff for enforcing this executive order. If we are not compliant with this order we will be forced to close and fined.
This Upper Peninsula eatery is known for great food (including one-of-a-kind pizza), but that’s not all that sets it apart. The walls are covered in breathtaking murals and the light fixtures glow with bright colors. Don't let its simple exterior fool you: the Ambassador is an absolute must-see.
The Upper Peninsula's lunch options don't stop at the pasty, though—just ask the Ambassador in Houghton. Featuring salads, nachos, sandwiches and pasta, it's a great lunch stop. The king of the Ambassador's offerings, however, is its tostada pizza. Essentially a massive taco in pizza form, this wonder of lunch features ground beef, white colby cheese, cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, and hot sauce all in one.