MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - The Marquette Downtown Development Authority is preparing for a popular community event.
Restaurant Week is starting up in Marquette on Sunday, March 1. Nineteen restaurants, located within the downtown area are participating in the week-long event.
Each restaurant will feature different specials throughout the week, with lunch offering costing $10-$15, and dinner meals for $25-$30.
“It’s a great way for restaurants to showcase different specials they have, highlight different menu items, and maybe test the waters on something new that they had been thinking about putting on the menu and weren’t real sure about how it would be received. So, it’s a great opportunity for good feedback from their guests as well,” said Tara Laase-Mckinney, the Events and Promotions Coordinator for the Marquette DDA.
The event runs from Sunday, March 1, until the following Sunday, March 8. Restaurant Week specials can be found by clicking here.