If you're looking for the next great culinary adventure in Marquette, then you may just want to head to the flashing marquee downtown and take a stop at the Delft Bistro.
The bistro, which is located in the old Delft Theater on West Washington Street, is owned and operated by the same folks who have turned Doncker's into one of Marquette's prized dining establishments. The bistro, from early reviews, may just join it as customers have been raving about the food being served there.
Executive chef Michael Prahl has crafted together a fun menu that includes appetizers like poutine, steak tartare, both meat and cheese plates, and even octopus. The entrees range from a double burger to fish to lamb, steak, and even chicken confit. There are, of course, salads and soups as well, and always some tasty desserts.
The specials -- both food and drink -- are always being revised, and the menu is small enough, yet eclectic enough, to fit just about any eater's appetite and makes it easy to pick something to enjoy for dinner.
For more information about the Delft Bistro, you can follow their Facebook page here
, or head over to Yelp to make your reservations
Writer: Sam Eggleston