Reviews on Fast Food food in Marinette, Wisconsin, United States. Marinette is a city in and the county seat of Marinette County, Wisconsin, United States. It is located on the south bank of the Menominee River, at its mouth at Green Bay, part of Lake Michigan; to the north is Stephenson Island (Wisconsin), part of the city preserved as park. During the lumbering boom of the late 19th century, Marinette became the tenth-largest city in Wisconsin in 1900, with its peak population of 16,195.
Things to do in Marinette
4 based on 12 reviews
Hippo subs are my favorite subs I have ever had. I have lived all over the country and these destroy everything else.Quality ingredients. High end bread. It is pretty simple. These are not large scale manufactured sandwiches (subway, milios, cousins, Jimmy Johns). The taste of hippo is what all these chains try to achieve. There is usually just one person making these to order in the back. The building smells ridiculously good and the daily specials are always tasty.When I move from the area, this is a place I will truly miss. Good work hippo subs!
Soft-serve ice cream & signature shakes top the menu at this classic burger & fries fast-food chain.
It's your basic fast food franchise restaurant. Some of the staff they have are kind of undesirable and a lot of them appear to refuse to wear hats or gloves. Their food is mediocre at best, I don't really go here for lunch, I usually come here mostly for their cakes and drinks.
I don't normally do reviews of chain restaurants, but made an exception for this one, because the A&W Rootbeer stands that dotted Wisconsin and Michigan in my 1970's childhood are a very fond memory. This one doesn't have curb service like the A&W stands of years past did, but none of them do anymore. The teenager who took our order was cheerful and pleasant, and provided prompt, efficient service. She answered my 80 year old mother's questions with patience and kindness. For that I was grateful. I ordered the chili dog, and a root beer in a glass mug. The mug was room temperature-not frosted like I remember from years past. Perhaps that is why the root beer just didn't taste like I remember it. A&W Root Beer at the drive inn stands of the past was a semi-religious experience. The taste was unbelievably good. Perhaps my expectations were too high, but it just wasn't the same. The chili dog tasted fine as I ate it, but as we continued our travels south, somewhere about Chicago I started feeling sick. The chili dog didn't agree with me. There aren't very many A&W Root Beer stands left. They once dotted the Michigan and Wisconsin landscape like pine trees. Perhaps America's tastes have changed, or maybe this chain has lost sight of the quality it once offered. I don't know. But other than the friendly teenager who provided surprisingly good service to a couple of traveling southerners on a Monday morning, this visit was a disappointment.
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