Two local favorites for food and drink are undergoing some changes this week.
One of them, a favorite eatery at Northern Michigan Uniersity is now easier for the public to access.
Temaki & Tea has teamed up with a national franchise, moved to a new location and is now open for business.
Temaki & Tea has partnered with the Smoothie King just off campus.
The duo opened on Saturday in the newly-renovated building a block away from the main entrance to campus that was once a Hardee’s restaurant.
Both restaurants are part of NMU’s Dining Services and offer inside and outdoor dining as well as a drive through.
And although only students will be employed at both Temaki & Tea and at Smoothie King, both are open to the public.
Also, you can also help send children to Bay Cliff Health Camp by simply buying a morning cup of coffee.
Cruise–N–Coffee has a store on North Third Street in Marquette and another store on Wright Street in Marquette Township.
The stores are holding a charity week.
Through Sunday, 25 cents from the purchase of any grande drink or daily special will go to help others.
It costs about $5,000 to send a child to Bay Cliff for a week.
The Campership Appeal Program helps families with those costs.
That’s where the proceeds will go.
The money from last year’s charity week went to the Marquette General Cancer Center.
It paid for mastectomy apparel and education programs for patients.