Oshkosh is a city in Winnebago County, Wisconsin, United States, located where the Fox River enters Lake Winnebago from the west. The population was 66,083 at the 2010 census. The city is located adjacent to and partially within the Town of Oshkosh.
Things to do in Oshkosh
4.5 based on 221 reviews
Looking for a quick eat and found this little gem. Great eclectic menu selection. Had a stuffed meatloaf with glazed Brussels sprouts and whipped sweet potatoes. The baked French soup delicious. Nice wine and beer selection.
4.5 based on 443 reviews
Mahoney's serves comfort food with a modern twist.
Stopped for lunch with my mother. She had the chili which she said was very good. She ordered the cup size and it was more like a bowl size. I had a fish sandwich and fries which was also good.
We ate at 11:30 a.m. so we beat the noon hour crowd.
The restaurant was very clean and our server was very nice. We like the fireplace.
It is a very easy place for older people who can't walk to well to navigate.
I would visit here again.
4.5 based on 457 reviews
Have eaten there many times. both lunch and dinner. The portions are generous and the food quality is well above acceptable. There ribs are "fall of the bone." Their lunches are tasty and generous. The pricing is very reasonable. If you are traveling through Oshkosh this restaurant will not disappoint.
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Visited on a Monday night with our daughter. Seated immediately and greeted by Becca, who was our friendly and efficient server. The garlic bread makes a really tasty appetizer! We enjoyed the chicken bites, cordon bleu sandwich and shrimp salad; they were yummy and the presentations were quite remarkable. Can't wait to go back in the summer for the patio!
4 based on 304 reviews
You don't have to travel far to be swept away in an atmosphere of casual fun and waterfront dining. The Ground Round at River's Edge, set on the banks of the Fox River, offers great food and great fun with spectacular panoramic views. In addition to our waterfront dining, the Ground Round at River's Edge provides an atmosphere and menu that is inviting to families and fun for adults too. We are one of the few family oriented restaurants where adults can enjoy full liquor service with their meals. Our lounge is a casual alternative where adults can relax, meet friends, watch the game, and enjoy the same full service menu.
Always enjoy coming to the Ground Round. Outside deck is our favorite spot to watch the boats on the river. Bar is great to follow the badgers and packers. Their breakfast is really good and not crowded.
4.5 based on 168 reviews
Now Open for our 70th Season! The Original, One & Only... Enjoy a real "Blast From The Past" in this unique and authentic 1950's Drive-In Restaurant, with food served the way it used to be. Roller Skating Car Hops rock 'n roll your order to your car or to one of our pleasant outdoor picnic tables, while your favorite 50's & 60's tunes play in the background. Ardy & Ed's serves up big frosty mugs of creamy, Real Draft Root Beer, old-fashioned soda fountain favorites, and fabulous food! Plus, you can find nostalgic souvenirs and clothing items to take home and enjoy. Ardy & Ed's is located on Oshkosh's south side, across from a public boat landing & park on beautiful Lake Winnebago.
Ardy and Ed's is one of those places that's fun for everybody! It's a 50s-style drive-in, about as authentic as you'll find anywhere these days. It's primarily an ice cream place, with shakes, malts, sundaes, and banana splits. But they also serve good burgers, fries, and all the standard fare of the drive-in restaurants of that era.
The waitresses (I've never seen a waiter there) come to your car on roller skates and rarely (but occasionally) take a tumble. As you might expect, the music playing in the background is from the 50s and 60s. You'll usually see some vintage muscle cars while you enjoy the food, the service, and the atmosphere of the place.
There is a small counter for dining in and some picnic tables outside. But most of the food, soft drinks, and ice cream are consumed in cars and trucks, just as they were when this type of drive-in restaurant was dominant.
Because of the brutal winter weather in Wisconsin, Ardy and Ed's is closed in those colder months. But if you're in the area between April and October, it's well worth a visit. And if you have youngsters, they probably have never seen anything like it!
4.5 based on 55 reviews
This is one of the best burgers in the entire Fox Valley. It's a bar burger extraordinaire. To top it all off, the place is very, very low cost. And Pete's is open very late and serves the burgers until 2 a.m.! What more could you ask for?
4.5 based on 95 reviews
I really can't comment directly on their sushi or hibachi items. However, I found their regular menu items to be rather ordinary. I ordered their Teriyaki Chicken. It was rather ordinary. I'm sure that most people come here for the sushi or the hibachi items. One of the people in our party did order sushi. She gave it a 5 out of 10 which probably makes it still one of the better sushi places in Oshkosh. I'm not a sushi lover. I probably won't return.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Limited menu options though other Italian entrees now available but we always go there primarily for pizza. We loved to support the local efforts versus the chains. Christiano's is our favorite place to dine in (convenient site, plenty of parking but limited seating) and also to order deliver from when we are in the mood for pizza. We love the combination pizzas especially Dad's special and Danza, Pizza is brick oven baked and thin crust.
4 based on 172 reviews
Benvenuto's Italian Grill is a locally owned and operated company with multiple location. We are a casual dining restaurant that is great for a business lunch or a family dinner.
I just wasn't in a pasta mood, so decided on the Chicken Cesar, which was very good. So, good I went back and had it again a few days later. The booth's are large and the atmosphere is relaxed. I like going here for business lunches.
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