Marquette University Guest Apartments.
Ambassador Hotel, 2308 W. Wisconsin Avenue.
The Opus Bridge, on the second floor between the Raynor and Memorial Libraries, provides cappuccino/ espresso, bagels, pastry, and salads when classes are in session, Monday-Thursday, 10:00 A.M.-10:00 P.M. and Friday, 10:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M. The Bridge also includes an ATM (automated teller or "cash" machine), which is the nearest one to Special Collections and Archives.
Alumni Memorial Union and Union Sports Annex. The Alumni Memorial Union, located one half block north of Raynor Library, includes a coffee shop (first floor), cafeteria (second floor), and formal dining (second floor).
Broken Yolk, 1620 W. Wells Street, 414-763-6756
Miss Katie's Diner, 1900 W. Clybourn Street, 414-344-0044
Qdoba, 803 N. 16th Street, 414-431-0099
Real Chili, 1625 W. Wells Street, 414-342-6955
Sobelman's at Marquette, 1601 W. Wells Street, 414-933-1601
Visitors with handicaps: Level Two of Parking Structure One (northeast corner adjacent to the elevator) provides the nearest parking that is designed to accommodate visitors with handicaps. Special Collections and Archives is approximately three blocks to the Southeast via N. 16 Street and W. Wisconsin Ave. Visitors desiring valet parking should discuss this need with Archives staff at least 24-hours in advance.
Department of Public Safety Special Services:
Emergency Motorist Assistance: Marquette University public safety officers provide assistance with lockouts and jump-starts.
Safety Escort Services: Special Marquette University students provide a L.I.M.O. van service throughout the campus area. Visitors to Special Collections and Archives, who are not affiliated with Marquette, must arrange this service with Archives staff at least 24-hours in advance.
Church of the Gesu, 1145 W. Wisconsin Avenue.
Congregation of the Great Spirit, 1050 W. Lapham Boulevard; a predominantly American Indian Catholic parish with an inculturated Sunday Mass.