Shepherd & Schaller Sporting Goods

324 Scott Street

Shepherd & Schaller Sporting Goods is Wausau’s Outdoor Specialty Store.  Specializing in ski, snowboard, bike, camping, water sports, clothing and footwear, we’re the experts local’s flock to for advice, repairs and rentals.  Located with the 400 Block Park as our front yard, we are just minutes from Granite Peak Ski Area, Nine Mile Forest and the lakes, rivers and trails everyone loves.  Our product selection rivals that of stores you’d find in the mountains and our friendly, expert service surpasses expectations. With 67 years experience, we’re more than you’d expect from your average outdoor store.

Visit for rental reservations and shopping from home.


The Mint Café

422 N Third Street

“Serving the Wausau Area since 1888” 

Serving Breakfast (till’ 11:00am), Lunch and Dinner in our Historic Downtown Café.  Dine in, Carry out or Downtown Delivery;  The Mint has a longhistory of serving great food at reasonable prices. Voted Wausau’s most Family Friendly Restaurant.  Famous for our Greek Salad, Homemade Soups, and Friday Fish Fry. Beer, Wine and Cocktails Available. We have a complete Catering service available for all your events and parties, large or small.  Retro souvenir T-Shirts and Hats available. Like us on facebook to view our daily specials.

Marathon County Public Library

300 N First Street

Marathon County Public Library has nine locations across Wisconsin’s largest county, serving the people of Wausau, Athens, Edgar, Hatley, Marathon City, Mosinee, Rothschild, Spencer and Stratford. Along with FREE access to books, magazines, CDs, DVDs, ebooks, tablets and tons of other materials, MCPL also provides residents with access to computers, knowledge-based resources and fun, entertaining programs for all ages!

FREE WI-FI and reservable study and meeting rooms as well!


Peking Restaurant

221 Scott Street

Peking is located in the heart of downtown Wausau, in the historic Landmark Building. The restaurant has received many accolades in its 30 plus years. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Food Critic, Dennis Getto, chose it as one of the top 25 best restaurants in Wisconsin, and included it on his "best ethnic restaurant" list. Peking has also been chosen as a hot spot by Treasures of Wisconsin, and has been awarded the title of the best ethnic restaurant by City Pages Magazine for 12 consecutive years.