in Marquette near Superior Stay Hotel
There is no shortage of food choices to be had in Marquette County. Marquette Region, where the Superior Stay Hotel is located, is known for its culinary options. It gets a lot of hype for Cajun food, pizza, subs, sandwiches and has plenty of unique food spots if you know where to go. We’ve asked the many food-savvy locals where they are going these days, and we put together this list of the best restaurants in Marquette, Michigan. So, grab a table and enjoy!
Restaurants in Marquette near Superior Stay Hotel
Elizabeth’s ChopHouse design has blended the historical old with jazz music to create an ambiance of romantic warmth. Many guests have remarked that it is like having a “fine New York City restaurant in downtown Marquette.” The experience is unlike what Marquette has offered its city. The Chop House is open Sunday through Saturday from 4 pm, and they serve all through the evening until 9 pm. You can choose from the gorgeous dining room, the private dining room in the back if you have a particular function for up to 25 people, or enjoy dinner on our deck overlooking the lower Harbor of Lake Superior.
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Lagniappe Cajun Creole
Stepping into Lagniappe is like stepping out of Marquette and into Louisiana. Every menu item and ingredient is made from scratch and in-house. They have delicious Cajun food and fun, yummy cocktails.
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The Portside is a dog-friendly patio that opens for Lunch and Dinner and offers an impressive variety of made from scratch menu items. The cozy and inviting pub-style atmosphere and exceptional food have made The Portside Inn a Downtown Marquette favorite for over 38 years. It is the perfect gathering place for a meal with family & friends, a night out with the girls, a special dinner for two, or just Happy Hour drinks on the deck. Some popular menu features include Breadsticks and Gourmet Pizzas.
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Aubree’s is a chain restaurant grown into a full-service, family-friendly restaurant known for its legendary pizza and diverse grill menu. Other than the pizzas, they offer few more dishes on the menu, like Tacos, breadsticks, and more sides. They have a special menu for kids age ten and under at a reasonable price. They also host parties in their perfectly accommodating dining rooms, specifically for private events like baby showers, birthday parties, and family gatherings.
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906 Sports Bar and Grill
he 906 sports bar and grill is the place to go to grab food and drinks while watching or playing games. They have 14 HDTVs that let you enjoy the game night with your friends/family, Pool, and Keno if you are not interested in watching games. Other than a Bar fully stacked with fantastic beer and drinks, they also host weddings and small events(DJ and Catering) service.
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Donckers is one of Marquette’s oldest (125 years to be precise!) restaurants. It’s known for its yum sandwiches and hand-crafted sweets and confections. The shop’s first floor is the confection shop, and the second floor is a small cafe. The confection floor includes – a candy shop, ice cream parlor, and gift shop. It has overwhelming selections of chocolates, and the array of choices is fantastic and healthy.
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Delft restaurant is a revitalized theater building now serving as an upscale restaurant and movie theater with some iconic movies. It continues the tradition of providing great experiences and a comfortable atmosphere to this historic downtown space. We recommend making a reservation before your visit as they are operating at 50% occupancy and avoiding any disappointments. It has space available from 5 – 170 guests, but currently, as per Michigan regulations, they only allow a party of 6.
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Digs Gastro Pub is highly regarded with unique food from award-winning chefs and some of the best atmospheres in the area. It offers an outdoor seating option recently added to the restaurants’ premises. Serving a fun spin on American pub food, their rotating menu can be best described as “American-ish fare on vacation.” Taking influences from modern kitchens, dedicating craft to our cocktail menu, and offering exclusive beers.
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Steinhaus is an upscale German restaurant that offers a unique and fun experience for its diners. Their small menu shows intelligence and confidence. Some restaurants have menus too large that makes it challenging to maintain a consistent quality of food; it can also make the customer more unsure of what to choose. Those at Steinhaus are aware of this and only serve twelve items on the dinner menu, ensuring no wrong choice when ordering at Steinhaus. Their flank steak is always delicious and tender. The pricing is a bit on the higher side, but quality and freshness make those prices fair. The atmosphere is distinctively German. The furniture has a rustic feel, mainly being wood and steel. There are many tokens of German culture, such as flags and landscape pictures and a deer skull. While Steinhaus nails its atmosphere as service, the delicious food is what’s earned the restaurant its esteemed reputation.
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Yoop Phoria is the only yogurt place in the Marquette region. It is a healthy indulgence you can enjoy year-round. They offer over 24 unique flavors of frozen yogurts with a wide variety of toppings to tempt your tastebuds, which can be your dessert after a fine dining experience. Come in and try them all!
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Casa Calabria is a classy Italian restaurant with a great atmosphere. Excellent for a family get-together or a romantic date with your significant other. Be sure to call ahead to reserve a table (especially if you have a larger group). It is known for its delicious lasagna and garlic bread options.
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Vango’s Pizza & Cocktail Lounge
Vango’s is the home of the oldest pizza parlor in Marquette. It specializes in the freshest homemade pizzas. Their dough and sauce are made from scratch. They have started serving parking lot pickups to abide by the regulations. You can also contact them for catering services at parties and events.
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Stucko’s Pub Grill
If you like to enjoy outdoor views while dining, Stuckos is the place for you. Stucko’s is a 10-year-old bar in Marquette, with an amazing outdoor patio where you can chat and enjoy their delicious Mexican food options; most Yoopers recommend their Whitefish and Cajun Chicken. They have some refreshing options for drinks and beers too.
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