Brodhead is a city in Green and Rock counties in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. The population was 3,293 at the 2010 census. Of this, 3,203 were in Green County, and only 90 were in Rock County. In February 2000, the city annexed a portion of land from the Town of Spring Valley in Rock County.
Things to do in Brodhead
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Visited on a Monday for lunch with business colleagues for lunch and a meeting. First, the service was amazing. We wanted to chat before ordering and our server did not rush us at all. She was very attentive with beverages and clearing dishes.
We each ordered soup. The Cream of Swiss, Asparagus, and Ham was AMAZING!!! Highly recommend! We each ordered a salad or sandwich and were pleased with it. The only drawback is the $1 charge to use a credit card or debit card. Not sure that is necessary when restaurants typically pay 2.5-4%.
5 based on 1 reviews
Great Service and good food. Nice place to hang out with friends and family and great place to watch sports. Has a good clean atmosphere.
4 based on 39 reviews
This was our 4th visit to Fibs. 3 of which were October of 15'. Everything was fantastic on our 1st 3 visits however this year was disappointing. We were 4 adults 2 children salad bar small but addequit seam like premade salads and dressings. Food was Luke warm and I'm not finicky but everything was not as expected. Server friendly, not offered drink refills. Very slow when we arrived about 7:15pm No music. Felt like going out of business?
3.5 based on 18 reviews
Ate fish dinner tonight. Fresh paint on the tablecloth and a very dirty chair that I missed upon sitting. The waitress was obviously not happy to be there...she was working hard, but she wasn't happy, she was angry and abrupt. The place needs an overhaul. I have been there before and been happy; however, I realized at that time that it needed an overhaul. Please, clean the place. The food could be the highlight instead of the "atmosphere". $76.00 for 3 people to eat a fish fry with a couple of drinks? No, not in this atmosphere.
Will not go back.
4 based on 11 reviews
A group of 12 us went last Friday for the fish special...
Absolutely wonderful - I had the walleye which was great - nice salad bar AND a wine list ( hard to find in Albany! ) A good time was had by all and we will be back....
4.5 based on 12 reviews
I have driven by this little old timey gas station turned Ice cream shop/food station so many times and never went in. I was on a walk one day and decided to finally drop in. Was I glad I did! It was a delightful experience. The ice cream and the atmosphere was delicious! The tables are fashioned from old oil cans, the walls were decorated with license plates and the bathroom! You really need to go there to see it! Very cool experience.
3.5 based on 12 reviews
Its only open for dinner. Its located on RT.11 between Monroe and Beloit, Wi just outside of Orfordville on the west side. Its Classy, but also casual. Prices are typical of any supper club, but very very good food.
When my sister suggested that we eat at the Villa Pizza in Orfordville my mind conjured a dingy pizza joint. The dining experience proved to be a pleasant surprise! While there was some noise in the bar area, the dining area was quiet, clean and bright. The chairs comfortable. The menu was extensive including vegetarian options, which is something I do not usually see in small towns. The hot food was delivered promptly by a polite waiter. Was it a frozen dinner? I do not know, but it was delicious. The complimentary desert bite offered just the right amount of sweet after a filling meal.
Was it a 5 star restaurant? No, after all, it is Orfordville and the restaurant proved to be much better than I anticipated. I will definitely eat there again.
4 based on 19 reviews
The Swedish pancakes are really good. The skillets will fill you for the day. I'm always impressed on how fast the food comes out, hot and fresh. (No reheated items). The help has always been excellent but I understand at times when people swamp in all at once.
We drive about 25 min. and pass a few other breakfast stops to get to Sand Burr. There are several terrific restaurants in the area, so breakfast is our reason to stop here. I would recommend it to people passing the area. The locals already know about it and frequent it. A great stop for families and casual to farmers wear fits in here.
3.5 based on 4 reviews
Before eating at Gabriella's in Albany we stopped at Clayts for a couple of cocktails. Good drinks for a reasonable price. Clayt sold the bar to Derrick this year after owning it for many years. They had some veggies to munch on and a fun atmosphere.
4 based on 9 reviews
Nice experience with a few flaws. Service could have been more professional- and I also think the waitresses outfits could be improved. Their white button up shirts seem far too baggy. They messed up my husbands order. The bbq chicken sandwich was pretty 'plain-jane' nothing special at all. The special italian salad with the meat, olives, and peppers was tasty but SO oily! Made me loose my appetite. The french onion soup is not good, and the au jus for the italian beef sandwich is way too salty. The stuffed shells are good and the plain pasta with veggies (olives, broccoli, etc) is tasty. They offer a gluten free pizza which is nice. They could definitely benefit by adding a few vegan entree options to the menu. The prices seem steep for most of the pasta dishes.
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