Wall of stickers at Ore Dock Brewing Company

Fat Biking for Beginners

Out on the open trail— you’ll find ultimate freedom. Out here, you have the ability to leave everything but yourself behind and focus only on what lies ahead. The valleys and the peaks, accompanied solely by the sound of crunching snow beneath tire, and the continuous waves of your breath. There’s…

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Where to find U.P. delicacies, Cudighi & Pasties

Hungry to know how the cudighi & pasty became U.P. delicacies? Here's a brief history. The Cudighi While the cudighi originated in Northern Italy, it's now primarily served in the Upper Peninsula—particularly in Marquette County. The sandwich and its signature sausage were initially sold in…

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Ice Cream & Sweet Treats

Treat yourself with these must-stop sweet shops in Marquette County. 231 West Patisserie From delicate and crisp French macaroons to fresh baked goods like lemon lavender scones and salted caramel brownies, you'll have a tough time trying to order just one or two treats from 231 West. But whatever…

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Where to find food trucks & al fresco dining

With the Governor’s updated executive order that allows for businesses, including bars and restaurants, in the Upper Peninsula to reopen many are wondering what to expect. While specific protocols and opening dates will vary from business to business, please recognize that: Restaurants and bars…

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Where to shop sustainably in Marquette County

Whether it be what you eat, wear or do, we have it for you! Find sustainably resourced goods and/or practices at these local businesses: Marquette Food Co-op For one, it's a locally owned grocery store, but the Marquette Food Co-op is also so much more. They provide “shoppers with access to…

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Dine-in Ready Restaurants

With the Governor’s updated executive order that allows for businesses, including bars and restaurants, in the Upper Peninsula to reopen many are wondering what to expect. While specific protocols and opening dates will vary from business to business, please recognize that: Restaurants and bars…

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Presque Isle Park—Marquette’s Perfect Playground

Summer, 1891. Fredrick Law Olmsted, a landscape architect most famous for his role in designing New York City’s Central Park visits Marquette to work on a design project. To make the most of his visit, the city also directs him to a large peninsula just north of town in hopes of designing a…

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Marquette Zoom Backgrounds

We may be under a "Stay Home, Stay Safe" order but you can still visit with your family, friends and co-workers from your favorite Marquette spots, virtually. Need instructions for using Zoom virtual backgrounds? You can find them at the bottom of this page. Sunset Point, Presque Isle | Photo…

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