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Seafood in Marquette

Thill's Fish House

Buy fresh-caught trout or whitefish in various forms (smoked, pickled, sausage) right on the dock. Thill's is Marquette's last commercial fishing operation, and it hauls in fat catches daily. It's set in a Quonset h…
Brewery in Marquette

Blackrocks Brewery

Beer geeks and mountain bikers hang out at Blackrocks Brewery, set in a cool refurbished house downtown. It makes deliciously hoppy beers, heavy on the American IPAs.
Museum in Marquette

Da Yoopers Tourist Trap and Museum

Behold Big Gus, the world's largest chainsaw. And Big Ernie, the world's largest rifle. Kitsch runs rampant at Da Yoopers Tourist Trap and Museum, 15 miles west of Marquette on Hwy 28/41, past Ishpeming. Browse the …
Cajun in Marquette

Lagniappe

Who knew you could chow terrific Cajun food this far north? Lagniappe is warm and high-spirited, even on the coldest winter day. Fried catfish, sausage-y gumbo and shrimp po'boys (sandwiches) bring on the bayou. The…
Park in Marquette

Presque Isle Park

In the city, on a peninsula jutting out into Lake Superior, the high bluffs of Presque Isle Park make a great place to catch the sunset.
Sandwiches in Marquette

Jean Kay's Pasties & Subs

Sample the local meat-and-veggie pie specialty at Jean Kay's.