By OnMilwaukee Staff Writers   Published Oct 12, 2018 at 3:00 PM

Sick of dorm food? Sodexo food services giving you stomach aches again? Need a nice place to go for Parents' Weekend?

Well, you’re in luck because you found this Marquette dining guide. We've compiled a list of all the best restaurants from 6th Street in the east to 23rd Street in the west, Kilbourn Avenue in the north to St. Paul Avenue to the south.

There are also OnMilwaukee dining guides for the Third Ward, Downtown and Old World Third Street if you're feeling adventurous.

Here is the Marquette-area dining guide.

1617 W. Wells St., (414)-763-6756
Sure to cure any college hangover, Bro-Yo has an array of your classic breakfast  foods. From giant chocolate chip pancakes to the ultimate breakfast sandwich, stop in to Bro-Yo to satisfy those breakfast cravings.

Conway’s Smokin' Bar & Grill
2127 W. Wells St., (414) 344-1262
People sometimes forget about Conway’s. Just a few blocks up from Marquette’s main campus, this hidden gem offers great BBQ. If you are heading over there, keep in mind that Conway's is cash only. 

Cousin's Subs
1612 W. Wisconsin Ave., (414) 277-7007
Since the recent closing of Subway on campus, Cousin's Subs will be Jimmy John's next top competitor. With a friendly staff and plenty of sandwich options, Cousin's Subs is conveniently located next to Starbucks. Grab your coffee and sandwich to go for a nice lunch.

Dogg Haus
1633 W. Wells St., (414) 933-9179
Dogg Haus is one of Marquette’s best late-night options, giving you the opportunity to close your evening out with one of their wild wiener combinations and some cheese curds. 

Five O’Clock Steakhouse
2416 W State St., (414) 342-3552
You might want to wait for your parents to try this one out because it ain’t cheap. But when you do go, Five O’Clock Steakhouse will give you the full, old-school supper club experience; start out at the cocktail bar with a drink before moving on to the dining room to enjoy a salad as you wait for your steak.

Jackson’s Blue Ribbon Pub
1203 N. 10th St., (414) 276-7271
Another pub near Marquette, Jackson’s offers an exciting atmosphere with 13 Wisconsin beers on tap, classic cocktails and all-American pub food that make it a great spot to hang out and eat. 

Jimmy John’s
1532 W. Wells St., (414) 344-1234
Just like Qdoba, Jimmy John’s features student-friendly hours from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m., so no matter what time it is you can stop in and grab a fresh, freaky-fast sandwich. If not, there's always free smells.

Maki Yaki
1616 W. Wisconsin Ave., (414) 909-3999
Among the city's best Japanese restaurants and one of Marquette’s newer eating spots, Maki Yaki has quickly become a go-to for students. The Japanese grill offers a variety of sushi and teriyaki dishes and a unique dining atmosphere and experience. 

Michael’s Family Restaurant
2220 W. Wisconsin Ave., (414) 344-7333
Looking for a nice home-style meal? Then Michael’s is your place. It's fast and friendly, and the menu offers a variety of American-style favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Miss Katie’s Diner
1900 W. Clybourn St., (414) 344-0044
Just two blocks off of Marquette’s main campus, Miss Katie’s has hosted the likes of the Clintons, Trump, John Kerry and Michelle Obama, and it will even host you for breakfast, lunch or dinner in its 1950s-style diner. In addition, Miss Katie's has a full bar with a variety of cocktails. 

Pabst Milwaukee Brewery and Pub
1037 W. Juneau Ave., (414) 908-0025
Stop by the historic Pabst Brewery for a tour of one of the oldest beer manufacturers in the country and finish up with a stop at the Pabst Pub, which offers upscale bar food, as well as specialty offerings like tacos and crab cakes. 

Papa John’s
1611 W. Wells St., (414) 342-7272
The reliable national pizza chain has a popular franchise on Marquette's campus. Quick pro tip: you can get a large one-topping pizza for $5 on Tuesday nights.

803 N. 16th St., (414) 431-0099
Open from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. Qdoba can offer you a quick, filling delicious meal almost anytime you need it.

Real Chili
1625 W. Wells St., (414) 342-6955
The legendary chili spot is open late and churns out hot dogs, brews, tacos, nachos and more, especially to the hungry and inebriated on weekends.

Sal’s Pizza
2040 W. Wisconsin Ave., (414)-344-9931
Hungry for New York-style pizza? If so, Sal’s is the place to go for hearty pies. In addition, Sal’s also has a variety of Italian offerings, such as calzones and spaghetti.

Sendik's Fresh2GO
824 N 16th St., (414)-797-4950
If you're looking for an ingredient to complete a dish or simply a build-your-own fresh salad, head to Sendik's new Fresh2GO store at Marquette. It's sure to have whatever staple food you need as well as sushi, salad, soups and more.

Sobelman’s Pub and Grill
1900 W. St. Paul Ave., (414) 931-1919
If you have the opportunity, it's always fun to go to the original Sobelman's, where you can grab a great burger and one of their signature Bloody Marys.

Sobelman’s Marquette 
1601 W. Wells St., (414) 933-1601
Can’t make it out all the way to the original Sobelman's? That's OK; the on-campus Sobelman's will suffice. The Marquette location offers all the same famous hamburgers as the original Sobelman’s, as well as great drink deals and a more student-friendly atmosphere.

Tangled Noodles
1404 W. Wells St., (414)-210-4294
A great spot for lunch or dinner, Tangled Noodles serves up delicious Asian Fusion food, including noodle and rice bowls and other more traditional dishes.