There is always something going on at Porter’s. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Porter’s has been a keystone of downtown Historic Superior for years. Pop in for Thursday karaoke, live music nights, or a beverage from the full bar.
Los Hermanos is known state-wide and beyond for their homemade tortillas, and this Superior staple is a favorite for locals and visitors alike. Serving up cold beers and authentic Mexican cuisine, Los Hermanos is unassuming and delicious.
Acclaimed chef and Superior native Lucy Wing traveled the country writing about food, returning with the flavors of Southeast Asia. The menu includes Chinese-style BBQ pork and ribs smoked on-site, Japanese teriyaki, and Korean beef wraps.
A local favorite, De Marco’s Italian restaurant serves pasta, pizza, subs, Philly cheesesteaks, and burgers with fresh bread prepared daily. Grab a glass of wine or beer and don’t miss the cannolis, cheesecake, or tiramisu for dessert!
A great place to stop for breakfast or lunch, Buckboard City Cafe also hosts the World’s Smallest Museum on site. Try the biscuits and gravy and then you (and no more than one friend) can check out all that the museum has to offer!
This historic hotel has been everything from a pharmacy to a hair salon. Today it serves as a restaurant and hotel. Serving up breakfast, The Ladle is located in the Magma Hotel; first constructed in 1912. It boasts a courtyard patio, a “copper” ceiling replica of the original, and an ornate bar claimed from the movie set of “John Wick 2.”
Located in historic downtown Superior, the Superior Barmacy has been around since 1913. The Barmacy patio was the original location of the Superior theater and sits at a slope replicating the theater floor. Come in for dinner and drinks!