With endless opportunity to adventure and explore during the day in Marquette County, you may wonder what there’s to do at night. Well, we think we’ve got some pretty good ideas for you.
Come in for a pint (or two), and you’ll likely leave with a growler. The Ore Dock is a must-stop spot for a beer when you’re in Marquette. With tons of Superior-sourced on-tap-options, you really can’t go wrong here. Did we mention weekly live music? Make sure to check out their event schedule.
Take a tip from the locals—the yellow house on the corner knows how to party. Their summertime hits consist of patio-seating, cornhole (or bags), and occasional live talent. Not to mention— 51k, Grand Rabbits, and Coconut Brown taste just like Marquette summer. But don’t just take our word for it, come try it for yourself.
The Zephyr’s prime real estate and extensive wine selection set some pretty high standards for Marquette’s drink scene. Pair your favorite wine (or a new one) with their cured meats and imported cheeses for the perfect date night—or swing by for a light lunch featuring their fresh burrata salad and a slice of champagne cake to top it off.
Digs only just celebrated their one year anniversary here, but they’ve proved they know their stuff. And by stuff we’re talking food and drinks, obviously—in which case they mean serious business. Pair their mouth-watering food and thirst-quenching cocktails with their friendly atmosphere and entertaining events and you’re guaranteed a good time.
You don’t have to stay at the Landmark Inn to take in its historic and lavish essence. The Northland boasts an excellent drink menu along with delicious, traditional pub food served until 12am. And once you’ve had a drink and bite in the pub, be sure to head up to the 6th floor for one more and experience the North Star Lounge and its breathtaking Superior view.