SAVOR A TASTE FOR EVERY PALATE
Delectable Marquette Restaurants
Taste your way through with us to the closest places to eat in Marquette. Experience everything from fine dining to cafes and takeaways.
Casa Calabria 1 min
Casa Calabria is one of 23 restaurants owned and operated by the Johnson, Barbiere, and Fernandez families. Located throughout the Upper Peninsula and the Milwaukee area.
Open Daily: 3pm to 9pm
Vango’s Pizza & Cocktail Lounge 1 min
Vango’s is the home of the oldest pizza parlor in Marquette. Located at 927 North Third and the corner of Park Street, we are your neighborhood bar and restaurant.We specialize in only the freshest, homemade food in town.
Mon - Wed: 11am to 10pm
Thu - Sat: 11am to 11pm
Stuckos Pub Grill 1 min
Voted Marquette Mining Journal’s Reader’s Choice Award Best Burger and Best Nachos in Marquette County. If you are looking for great food in a great atmosphere, Stucko’s Pub & Grill is the place for you.
Mon - Wed: 11am to 9pm
Thurs - Sat: 11am to 10pm
Sun: 12pm to 9pm
Donckers 4 min
Donckers prides itself in providing as many local and all-natural ingredients as we can for an excellent eating experience. If you need anything please ask our friendly staff.
Sunday: 8am to 5pm
Mon - Sat: 7am to 8pm
Starbucks 3 min
Seattle-based coffeehouse chain known for its signature roasts, light bites and WiFi availability.
Sunday: 5pm to 9pm
Mon - Fri: 7:30am to 5pm
Barrel And Beam Brewery 11 min
We pour our hearts into our passionate pursuit of naturally carbonated farmhouse beers and ciders.
Wed-Thurs: 2 pm – 8 pm
Fri: 2 pm – 10 pm
Sat: Noon – 10 pm
Sun: Noon – 8 pm
Marquette Food Co-Op 4 min
Marquette’s only full service Natural and Organic Community-Owned Grocery. The Co-op is collectively-owned by over 4,000 households and has been serving Marquette and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula since 1971.
Daily: 8am to 9pm
From organic milk and gluten-free cookies to local honey and maple syrup, the grocery department is ready to stock your pantry. As a full service grocery store, Marquette Food Co-op carry everything for the ambitious chef, like our full array of baking flours and diverse ethnic food section. If you’re feeling pressed for time, Marquette Food Co-op also have organic macaroni and cheese, a wide variety of frozen meals and ingredients, the best pasta sauces, Indian simmer sauces, lots of ways to top your favorite salad. Marquette Food Co-op have locally raised eggs from a number of nearby farms, a vast array of yogurts, and flavorful potato and tortilla chips. Marquette Food Co-op have many teas to soothe your soul, and cereals to fill your bowl (with alternative milks of course)! Different items are always on sale, so check the end caps for your new favorite. Don’t forget the juice and kombucha!
Food is a great unifier. Marquette Food Co-op all like to eat well, and preparing, serving and sharing healthy, delicious food is a way to positively affect our community. The Marquette Food Co-op is committed to providing wholesome, organic, locally sourced and fair trade foods. In alignment with this commitment, the Kitchen composes menu items made from scratch, using the best in-season ingredients from local farms and ranches, as well as from fair trade sources. Our menu is an exciting, delicious collection of items inspired by diverse world cuisines that feature a variety of wheat-free, vegetarian, and vegan options.
The Marquette Food Co-op supports the U.P. economy by sourcing produce from local farms. Marquette Food Co-op stand behind our local growers 100% and can verify that they use growing methods aligned with our values. Fruits and vegetables should be grown without synthetic chemicals, herbicides, or pesticides. During peak season (June through October), find an abundance of locally grown produce on our shelves. During the cold winter months, you can still find local potatoes and root vegetables. Whatever cannot be grown in our northern climate is purchased from certified organic farms from around the world, including several fair trade suppliers, like Equal Exchange.
Thill’s Fish House 4 min
The Thill family has provided Marquette residents with the freshest fish Lake Superior has to offer for roughly 55 years. The fish house offers various types of fish, but the most popular by far is its whitefish. When it comes to fish, a great deal of what people see in the result is how the fish is handled, from being caught to when it makes it onto a plate for dinner. They are known for being the best-smoked fish in the Upper Peninsula. Thill’s Fish House is located along Marquette Lower Harbor and also has a Facebook page.
Mon-Fri: 8 am – 5:30 pm Sat: 9 am – 3 pm Sun: Close
Jean Kay’s Pasties & Subs 7 min
Vegetables or steak with rutabaga is wrapped in a flaky crust made with butter solids and beef suet. Spice it up with some house-made “Kickin’ Pasty Sauce.” Jean Kay’s Pasties & Subs get a lot of love. And why not? It is a Marquette restaurant in the Upper Peninsula. The original shop opened in 1975, then because the owner sold it because he was doing so well he could retire early. But the original owner repurchased it so Jean Kay’s name would use the authentic recipe, the one their grandma used to make. Owner Brian Harsch has been in the pasty business for over 40 years, and his team produces hundreds of pasties a day. Either way, the shop is worth a stop. You can see the dough rollers through the window on one side, and the other side is the front-of-house.
Mon-Fri: 11 am – 9 pm
Sat-Sun: 11 am – 8 pm
Gift And Specialty Shop – Touch Of Finland 8 min
Touch of Finland is a family-owned and operated business in the heart of the Marquette. They’ve started with themes and have evolved much more. They sell everything from gourmet ware and sauna products to fashion accessories and unique gifts. The variety is endless, from Gift items, kitchen groceries, U.P. Souvenirs to authentic Finnish items. It is a fun place to shop. They have a unique selection of Upper Peninsula souvenirs. You can buy cute gifts for yourself or someone special! The Prices of items are also reasonable, and they have a variety of things you can’t find in other places. So if you are looking for something affordable and unique, this is your place!
Tue-Fri: 9:30 am – 8 pm
Sat: 9:30 am – 7 pm
Sun: 10:30 am – 6 pm
Michigan Made 8 min
This pretty store loves all things Michigan and their unique store showcases that with a great selection of Michigan-made products. This store feature a variety of Michigan wines, beers, and fine arts & crafts. Whether you’re looking for a gift for someone else or yourself, they can help you out! Their selection of wines, beers, and art is constantly changing, so we recommend stopping by often to see what’s new. Open seven days a week, try before buying in their tasting area. They can help introduce you to the many great Michigan beers, wines, and ciders that proudly come from our state.
Mon-Sat: 10 am – 6 pm
Sun: 10 am – 4 pm