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Russian Snowshoe Hot Sandwich

#85- Get a Tase of New York at New York Deli

For a lot of people in Marquette County, New York City is a far away thought. Some parts we can live without (aka the traffic) but some parts we missed, such as the food. A Real Jewish Deli, Right in Marquette Opened originally by the late Don Cutro in 1980 on Third Street, the New […]

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Coco's Marquette

#84 – Coco’s: No Longer Just Great Food

For Marquette locals, Coco’s restaurant on Lakeshore is a great place to grab a bite to eat after a beach day during the summer or a warm place to enjoy breakfast on a snowy Sunday morning. But now, you can enjoy Coco’s After Dark: a new place to enjoy your favorite beer or mixer and […]

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middle eastern on asiago cheese

#61 – Have Your Bagel and Eat it Too at Third Street Bagel

So let’s paint a scenario. It’s the middle of winter, freezing cold and you have to go out in a snowstorm to run errands downtown Marquette. Sounds terrible, eh? But what if you knew that at the end of your errands you could stop into Third Street and relax in a warm, inviting location with […]

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#57 – Eat, Drink and Stay at Fitzgerald’s Eagle River Inn

The Fitz – A Must Stop in the Keweenaw The Fitz (aka The Eagle River Inn and Fitzgerald’s Restaurant) is the sort of place I’m surprised isn’t famous across the Upper Peninsula. But if the current owners keep doing what they’ve been doing, it will be before long. In fact, I’ve already witnessed “word” spreading. […]

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upper crust cafe bakery and deli grilled cheese sandwich

#51 – Grab Lunch at The Upper Crust Cafe Bakery and Deli

Lunch at the Upper Crust Deli Back when I wrote about “Manistique’s Best Kept Secret,” I mentioned The Upper Crust Café Bakery and Deli. It really is a wonderful place that you should get familiar with. Trust me on this one. Located in the Trader’s Point area of Manistique (right on the river), The Upper […]

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Midtown Bakery

#50 – Time for dessert at Midtown Bakery

Visiting during the winter months is my favorite. When it’s dark earlier in the evening, the dim lights and fogged windows in Negaunee’s Midtown Bakery are exactly what winter should feel like. Especially before the holidays, the decorations in the bakery complete the feeling. There’s something about the colorful fence decorations inside the bakery and […]

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