Marquette is thankful for its many outstanding retail tenants here on campus. During the summer months when on-campus foot traffic is lower, please include these businesses when looking for individual or team lunches, student incentives, giveaways and gift cards — and don’t forget to show your support all year long.
West Wells Street
7/11 (1624 W. Wells St.)
7/11 is a convenience store that sells food, snacks, and hot and cold beverages 24/7. On a hot day, snag one of 7/11’s signature Slurpees.
Ardmore Salon (1627 W. Wells St.)
Need a fresh haircut, color, beard trim, tan or manicure? You can get it done right here on campus at Ardmore Salon.
Jimmy John’s (1532 W. Wells St.)
Jimmy John’s offers hot and cold subs, wraps, chips and cookies for both delivery and pickup.
Murphy’s Irish Pub (1615 W. Wells St.)
One of two popular bars on campus, Murphy’s Irish Pub has been a Marquette mainstay since 1996. Remember, students must be 21 years old to legally enter and are reminded to drink responsibly.
Papa John’s (1611 W. Wells St.)
Papa John’s offers delivery and carry out pizza, as well as wings, bowls, breadsticks and more.
Real Chili (1625 W. Wells St.)
A true Marquette tradition, Real Chili began in 1931 when Francis Honish opened a nine-stool bartop in the Jesuit residence to share his take on a Wisconsin staple of spicy meat ladled over noodles and beans. They even have a Marquette special on the menu.
West Wisconsin Avenue
Auntie Anne’s & Jamba Juice (1614 W. Wisconsin Ave.)
The campus community can get its share of soft pretzels, lemonade, smoothies and juices in one place right on Wisconsin Avenue.
Bob’s Barber Shop (915 W. Wisconsin Ave.)
Stay looking fresh with a great haircut. Located inside Straz Tower, Bob’s Barber Shop was co-founded by Bob Krebsbach in 1964; it’s now owned by Krebsbach’s daughter, Christal SanFelippo.
Cousins Subs (1612 W. Wisconsin Ave.)
Founded in Milwaukee in 1972, Cousins Subs has expanded to over 100 locations in the Midwest. Cousins offers hot and cold subs, milkshakes, fries, mac and cheese, and cheese curds.
Maki Yaki (1616 W. Wisconsin Ave.)
A Japanese grill, Maki Yaki offers teriyaki bowls, fried rice, noodles, sushi and boba tea.
Starbucks (1610 W. Wisconsin Ave.)
You can stop by for a quick and much-needed caffeine boost or hang out to get work done in Starbucks. Hot and cold drinks, breakfast sandwiches and bakery items are all available.
North 16th Street
Book Marq (818 N. 16th St.)
The Marquette bookstore offers more than textbooks; it also has school supplies, dorm essentials, and Marquette gear and memorabilia.
Marquette Laundry (811 N. 16th St.)
Make sure your clothes are nice and clean at Marquette Laundry, located right in Campus Town.
Sendik’s (824 N. 16th St.)
Sendik’s Fresh2GO follows an innovative, small-store-format model for groceries and features healthy snacks, single-serve meals and fresh produce.
Qdoba Mexican Eats (803 N. 16th St.)
Load up on Mexican-inspired food at Qdoba, including burritos, tacos, quesadillas, nachos and, of course, chips and queso.
Union Sports Annex (804 N. 16th St.)
The Union Sports Annex, a 24,000-square-foot complex at the heart of campus, includes a restaurant, bowling center and sport court, as well as some stellar Marquette memorabilia.