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Best things to do in McGregor

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

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“Josie's River Queen is right next door the Suite on Main. A great place for getting to know the locals, relaxing with a cold beer or cocktail. Not to mention they have the best pizza by far within 100 miles! ”
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American Restaurant
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“By The Spoonful has a terrific selection of regional and local wines, meats, cheeses and craft beers. The owner, Katie, is the president of the local Chamber of Commerce and is a great resource if you have questions while you're in town. ”
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Bar
“This is my favorite bar in McGregor! It's where all the locals hang out. The owner Bart is a hoot! Everybody is friendly and they have the coldest beer in town! Mixed drinks too.”
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Gift Shop
“Paper Moon is an experience in itself! Plan to spend at least a half hour exploring unique gifts, accessories, personal items and books for all ages. We go there specifically to Christmas shop!”
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Point of Interest
“The McGregor-Marquette Center for the Arts is a nonprofit organization that provides enriching experiences in the visual, performing and literary arts. It operates the Left Bank Shop and Gallery which provides a retail outlet for regional artists. The Center also provides low-cost adult classes during the winter months.”
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Cafe
“Hands down, best place for breakfast! Small and quaint. You may be on a short waitlist as there is not much seating, but it's worth it!”
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Convenience Store
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“You can usually get general items at this convenience store including hot food and beer. ”
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Restaurant
“Backwoods offers great BBQ, Broasted Chicken and more. With an old town atmosphere it's a great place to eat and relax. They have a bar too.”
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Store
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Restaurant
“The outdoor riverfront patio is hard to beat! Check out their delicious fried local cheese curds. The brats are sourced from a local meat locker and are cooked to perfection, as is to be expected given the strong German heritage in the area.”
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Museum
“Interested in the history of Mc Gregor? The Mc Gregor Historical Museum is the place to go. The employees are very knowledgeable and eager to tell the story of their town.”
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Home Goods Store
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Point of Interest
“Hidden Hollow is just a short drive from the Mississippi River, and the National Wildlife Refuge.”
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Pharmacy
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