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Continued: Midwest Traveler: Breathtaking bluffs of LaCrosse, Wis.

  • Article by: MYRNA CG MIBUS , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: September 13, 2013 - 1:15 PM

Jules’ Coffee House is a local favorite for coffee, baked goods and light fare (327 Pearl St., 1-608-796-1200).

For any meal of the day and famous Talame Buns, visit Fayze’s Restaurant & Bakery (135 S. 4th St., 1-608-784-9548, www.fayzes.com).

Enjoy a glass of wine and a river view at 4 Sisters Wine Bar and Tapas Restaurant (100 Harborview Plaza, 1-608-782-8213, www.4sisterslacrosse.com).

WHERE TO STAY

The Bentley-Wheeler Bed & Breakfast offers getaway stay options in their main house and guest house. Guests love the walking-distance proximity to downtown and breakfast baskets filled with warm scones and fresh fruit (from $135, 938 and 950 Cass St., 1-608-520-0536, www.bentley-wheeler.com).

La Crosse has many other lodging options in and around downtown. For a listing, click on “Places to Stay” on the www.explorelacrosse.com website.

IF YOU GO

For more information contact the La Crosse Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (1-800-658-9424, www.explore­lacrosse.com).

For information specific to La Crosse’s historic downtown, contact Downtown Mainstreet Inc. (1-608-784-0440, www.lacrossedowntown.com).

 

Myrna CG Mibus is a freelance writer based in Webster, Minn.

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