4.5 based on 77 reviews
I'm only sorry we haven't eaten here soon! We had a few drinks at the bar, didn't have to wait for a table. We enjoyed the complimentary bread, oil & parm then ordered the stuffed portabella - delish! Our caprese salads were great! I enjoyed the scallops caprese & my husband enjoyed the bone-in ribeye! Tiramisu was fantastic as well!
4 based on 41 reviews
I stopped in to get some coffee. The feel of this shop is very comfortable.
The guy behind the counter greeted me, asked how I was and what I was up to today. Even though this was my first time stopping in, I felt like a regular customer.
The coffee was very good as well.
3.5 based on 5 reviews
This is by far the best Dairy Queen. That is definitely due to the fact that they use real Sheboygan Hardrolls. The food is awesome, especially their local specialties like the steak sandwich.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
No meat dishes but mostly sandwiches, salad and pizza. The salad is sparse but their pizzas are good, although you have to order quite early in the evening because their kitchen closes at around 8.30 p.m. However, the bar remains open a little longer.Hi! thanks for the review... Our kitchen & bar is open until 9 during the week and 10 on weekends....was it closed at 830 when you were in??? Thank you!
5 based on 9 reviews
I attended a meeting of the Sustainable Living Group (SLG) at the Hub and was pleasantly surprised. I had a wonderfully crafted chicken salad sandwich and to-die-for Tomato Bisque soup. My wife raved about a grilled build-your-own veggy sandwich. The place features locally sourced products, home made soups and pastries. They serve excellent coffee and non caffeinated drinks. (No alcohol at this time, a couple craft beers would make this place perfect)The HUB just opened and they are still getting their footing,
There is also a large art space filled with local art, Seranya Studios is the protégé. I understand they do various classes and provide meeting space.
Great philosophy-"artful, and responsible for community, family, friends and home. A commitment to finding innovative, ways to help whom we can, while being gentle on our environment. Through smart waste reduction and healthy, sustainable consumption – from the foods we prepare, to the natural resources we use, and the art we create, we want to have impact."
I don't give out "excellent" ratings very often, but this place deserves it.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
Welcome to 52 Stafford Hotel - Plymouth's Premier Hotel for Irish Hospitality. As you approach this National Registered Historic Inn, you begin to understand what simple elegance can be in a small hotel. The 19 guest rooms, 15 of which feature whirlpool baths, are named after Irish patriots, saints, and poets. Our critically acclaimed restaurant features exquisite cuisine in an atmosphere of casual elegance. Wet your whistle in one of Wisconsin's prettiest Irish pubs.
Great place for drinking and socializing with friends. After a few drinks you probably won`t notice the quality of the food anyway. Bartender a bit strange and unaccomodating. Waitress very nice. loads of parking across the street and behind the hotel with the same name.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
Gotta love an old school drive-in, especially one with very low prices. My sister had heard about this place from locals so while in the area we made a special trip to eat here.
Car-hop service... but too bad they no longer have the squawk boxes. This old A&W still has many of their traditional items (teen burgers, etc). The food was solid including the mini corn dogs. The root beer in the glass mug was smooth. Just like we remembered. And their malts were top notch for just $3!
If I lived nearby I would be here a lot when it is open for the season it is that good. A nice piece of nostalgia.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
We went here on the advice of a local and I'm sure glad we did. I'm not a huge fan of German food, but thought I'd give this place a try. First off, the servers are very friendly and helpful. I ordered the Mac and cheese with shrimp added (they forgot the shrimp, but that was no big deal). The mac and cheese was tasty, but my husband ordered the prime rib. I have to say that is the best prime rib I've ever had anywhere. We go to Road America every year and we will definitely make this place a "must eat" on our trip.
4 based on 72 reviews
Antoinette's is all about casual dining. Our menu exudes the rich flavors of Italian cuisine with appetizers like Parmesan artichoke dip, bruschetta, Caesar salad, Asian Chicken Wrap, Tuscan chicken sandwich, white margarita specialty pizza and build-your-own pasta entrees. Our menu also tempts you with our famous broasted chicken, spiral blue cheese chips, cranberry chicken salads, cashew with Asian chicken wrap, seven different classic burgers, a dozen specialty pizzas and many more tantalizing options.
This place is a good option when in Plymouth. It has a varied menu offering a little bit of everything. Service is good and staff is friendly. Food is good but not outstanding. Prices are fair. Not a foodie place but good location for large groups.
4 based on 34 reviews
We stopped her on our way through based on reviews I read. My skillet was excellent and my friends omelet was just ok. The food arrived in what seemed like 5 minutes! Coffees were always filled. Reasonable prices. I would visit here again.!
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