4.5 based on 222 reviews
I visited Blackwolf with very moderate expectations and was instead very pleasantly surprised. The ambiance is wonderful. The dining room has a lovely rustic, log cabin look with a roaring fireplace at its center. Long lined windows face the golf course, and at night, the grounds are illuminated with elegant white lights. Our server, Andi, was superb. Our cocktails were perfectly made and tasted just right. The entrees were delicious. I highly suggest the beef tenderloin with fresh asparagus spears and au gratin potato cake. However, the Fried Cheesecake dessert was the most memorable part of my meal! An A+ experience all around. If ever in the area again, I would not hesitate to go back.
4 based on 105 reviews
Came here for their chocolates. It was lunch time so I ordered a quick bite to eat. Half ham and cheese panini, a cup of latte with coconut, caramel, hazelnut and mocha. It was a bit expensive. Latte was a bit sweet and I was only able to taste the caramel. Panini was so thin and so small! The Cobb salad was pretty good! I ended up buying two boxes of chocs (assorted toffee bark chocs and their popular platinum) cost me almost $50! Man! Will see how good they are. Had a sample of their original buttery terrapins and I wasn't satisfied. Judging by that, I almost skip buying any of their chocs. Let's hope it was money well-spent. Gotta bring to my kids to SF so can't have 'em, yet. In back of the cafe is a nice outdoor sitting with the view of the lake and so peaceful. Nice to just sit inside as well to unwind and try their lattes or chocolate drinks. Stop by to unwind...
4.5 based on 397 reviews
Fine Dining Authentic Italian Cuisine <br>Dress Code - Business Casual<br><br>Hours - Tues - Sun 5-9pm Closed Mondays<br>Winter Hours ( Oct - May) Tues - Sat 5-9pm Closed Mondays
Visiting Lino's last night January 5th, had gnocchi as an appetizer a linguine al scolio for dinner with a tiramisu dessert. Service was great, Lino was there as always Chianti Classico by the glass was worth every penny of the 9 dollars. Best restaurant in Sheboygan, probably the state.
4.5 based on 84 reviews
That's about it!
Our lunch included the daily special of ham and cheese with carmelized onions and
delicious split pea and ham soup., The soup was thick and savory. Restaurant has a pleasant, light décor. Menu is diverse with salads, sandwiches, entrees and full bar.
A good option if visiting the greater Sheboygan area. You order at rhe counter and food
is brought to your tabvle.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
Such a lovely fun place on the scenic Riverwalk in downtown Sheboygan - a gem!
Only wished they had more sorbet flavors & ones with real fruity refreshing flavors.
We had watermelon sorbet & lemon sorbet but both could have had much more real fruit flavor.
If you get ice cream, sundaes etc you'll do just fine.
Just need a good Gelato place in this area.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
The Greenhouse is very quaint garden room. They serve coffee in the morning with some pastries and muffins for breakfast. Because it was Xmas they had spice hot cider and eggnog. Yum!!Dear Paul M, Thank you for visiting The Greenhouse over the holiday season. I am glad you enjoyed our homemade goodies; the eggnog was a favorite of our guests. I hope you can join us again soon. Best wishes, Matt B.
4.5 based on 320 reviews
In December, in Wisconsin it is time for hunkering down and having some comfort food. My wife and I tried several of the dishes at Trattoria Stefano and found ourselves immersed in intense winter flavors. Pork loin wrapped in pork belly was my favorite. My wife loved the cuttlefish with more delicate tones of lemon and a bit of garlic. Service and ambiance struck us both as warm and inviting. This venue is a winter treat that we won’t forget.
4.5 based on 260 reviews
The Wisconsin Room is a Farm to Table restaurant that serves, breakfast, dinner and Sunday Brunch. It is located in the original Dining Room at The American Club Resort in Kohler, WI. Which is listed below:
The regular menu looked good and we did not realized that is not offered on Fridays because of the seafood buffet. Our reservation was at 8pm so at that time we did not feel like searching for other restaurant. And the buffet menu looked good as well so we decided to stay. Well, the food quality was simply not there. Prime rib was very fat, and by the time you walked to your table it was cold. Seafood options like the oysters, diver scallops, and crab claws just did not tasted its best.
As much as we were excited when we looked at the buffet we were equally disappointed after tasting it. The only good item was duck confit.
Would not recommend the buffet. Note it’s very affordable at $45 per person so this should have been a red light from the get go.
Note to myself avoid at all times lunch and dinner buffets and especially dinner buffets.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Whoever designed the interior of this pizzeria knew what they were doing. The atmosphere of this place is exactly perfect for pizza - the cream city brick, the stout exposed wood structure, the little cubby-hole seating areas on different tiers, the beautiful bank of windows looking out on Broadway... a person with a very talented eye for atmosphere hit a grand slam with Firehouse Pizza. The food is not bad - only thin crust is available - and they have some very interesting specialty pizzas. I would skip the appetizers though - maybe I'm cheap but I feel they're overpriced for what you get. Service was average - they seem to employ a lot of young kids plus a veteran hostess, so they're not going to excel like a staff of pro's would. Nice place to go on a date or with a whole family.
4.5 based on 396 reviews
When Stefano's opened years ago, we drove up from Milwaukee to see what the raves were all about. Stefano's became our twice a month culinary journey, & when Il Ritrovo opened, we would order two pizzas to go after dinner, and bring them back to Bayside.
Years have passed, and I am old, Stefano is middle aged, Lino owns his own place, and Il Retrivo is better than ever. We flew back to Wisconsin from SLC for a wedding in Sheboygan and ate lunch at Il Retrivo before the wedding. Pizza was Napoli good. Pastas were what I wish was served in Salt Lake City, al dente with savory, but light saucing. Service was Wisconsin nice with Italian pronunciation. The Stefano Empire is Eataly in bratwurst country. Stefano has done so much for Sheboygan,
and our trip down memory lane was fantastic. Thank you Stefano and regards.
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