Where to find the Falling Rock Cafe
The Falling Rock Cafe is centrally located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula as you pass through Munising, MI on M-28.
Our one and only stop light is right out front and you can park down by the bay, take in the scenery of beautiful Munising Bay on the Lake Superior shoreline and walk across the street for lunch. Please feel free to stop by for a visit or contact one of us below with any questions, comments or general inquires.
You can always reach us by phone at (906) 387-3008, and of course you can find us at 104 East Munising Avenue, in Michigan, along the shore of Lake Superior. (See the map at the bottom of the website for additional directions.)
Coffee & Other Menu Inquiries
We offer a wide variety of catering services for special events and meetings, and welcome large parties or private events in our café. If you would like more information about catering for your special event or reserving the café, please give us a call at 906.387.3008 or email Nancy. We’d be happy to try and accommodate you!
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Monday through Friday: 7am–10pm
Live music nights have been a part of life at the Falling Rock Café and Bookstore ever since we opened in June of 2003. Talented performers fill our café with eclectic music every Saturday throughout the month. Shows start at 7p and feature the best of the Upper Peninsula music scene.
The Falling Rock is grateful to be included on this list of The 10 Best Live Music Venues in Michigan. Thank you to all of our great musicians and supportive audiences for helping us get included on this list!
If you are a musician and would like information about performing at The Falling Rock Café and Bookstore, please email Nancy.
The Falling Rock Café and Bookstore works hard to provide a diverse selection of new and used books, along with a special section dedicated to local authors and regional lore. We have declared ourselves as one of the Upper Peninsula’s most unique bookstores, with over 30,000 titles in subjects ranging from Great Lakes shipwrecks and local Native American history to New York Times Bestsellers and illustrated poetry books.