Holcombe is an unincorporated census-designated place located in Chippewa County, Wisconsin, United States. Holcombe is located on the Chippewa River north-northeast of Cornell, in the town of Lake Holcombe. Holcombe has a post office with ZIP code 54745. As of the 2010 census, its population was 267.
4 based on 17 reviews
Was concerned because of extremes in other reviews but proved to be a pleasant surprise. We had burgers and beer. The 1/3 lb burgers were great served on a generous ciabatta roll that was soft and fresh with your choice of fixing. Service was very good, friendly and quick. The burger arrived before we got half way through the first beer.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
We were invited here for dinner with friends on a Monday evening. The special was 1/2# burger and fries for $5.00. They were both delicious. For a bit more they added fried onions and fresh mushrooms with pepper jack cheese. Fries seemed fresh cut and very crispy. Will definitely return.
5 based on 11 reviews
Very nice owners. Enjoyed interacting with them and learning why they started this and their thoughts for the future. I would have liked to see the ability to buy snacks tho. We stopped in to try their brews and sure could of used a little snack to go along with it instead of having to order a meal off their menu. We didn't order any meal but definetly would have grabbed somethings to snack on. Nice clean and very spacious
4 based on 15 reviews
We went at 7:15 tonight to check out the fish fry. The place was packed so we had to eat outside. We ordered at 7:45. At 8:30 our pitcher of lemonade finally showed up. Seriously. We were served around 9:00. I get that they are busy but I kept getting the "well, you are in northern WI." Food was fine but not worth the wait.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Delicious ice cream. Lots of variety. Get the waffle cone! Generous scoops. Cute outside patio to eat on. Classic! Take the time to reas the moving story about The real life Dylan.
4 based on 5 reviews
Kevin and Bobbi go out of their way to make your dining experience very, very, good. Foster's serves food Wednesday through Sunday night. They have a wonderful salad bar and full menu. Foster's overlooks the Chippewa River so that is another nice feature of dining there. They have two dining rooms; one with a fireplace and the second one overlooks a very picturesque area with flowers in the summer and of course our lovely snow in the winter. Phone for your reservation today. Kevin and Bobbi also have a beautiful house that is available for rent by the week.
5 based on 6 reviews
I love the pancakes I look foreword to eating breakfast as many days as possible when we are on vacation fast and friendly service also
4 based on 31 reviews
My dad and I have been eating our way across northwestern Wisconsin the past couple of weeks and this was our favorite place, by far. I had cheese curds and a chicken salad, Dad had hamburger steak dinner. Everything was fantastic and surprisingly affordable. Plus, we got 25% off because it was Tuesday. We both loved it and will be back. Great food, service, atmosphere, location and value.
4 based on 4 reviews
This is a great place to get some ice cream after riding on the bike trail or if you are at the state park. We both got waffle cones and the owner really loaded them up with ice cream. There is seating inside. He also gave us a bonus scoop of the ice cream of the month. Very bicycle friendly environment.
4 based on 13 reviews
We recently re-visited Paradise Shores Motel & Restaurant. The Saturday Night Prime Rib dinner was so good-maybe the best I have ever had! And Sunday's Mother's Day Buffet was delicious-the whole family enjoyed it right down to the decadent raspberry drizzled chocolate cake. MMMMMM! And we love the view, too!
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