Kiel is a city in Calumet and Manitowoc counties in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. The population was 3,738 at the 2010 census. Of this, 3,429 residents lived in Manitowoc County, and 309 residents lived in Calumet County. The city is located primarily within Manitowoc County, though a portion extends west into adjacent Calumet County and is known as "Hinzeville".
Things to do in Kiel
4.5 based on 153 reviews
Hi we went with friends for a Birthday supper, traveling over 50 miles to get there and had the most delicious prime rib we had ever had in our lives. The service was friendly and being holiday time the place was decorated for Christmas. I would recommend this place to one and all. We will definitely be returning in the future.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Me and wife had our 5 year wedding aniversery there and it was average if best nice atmosphere good prices. Quality of the foof mine was look warm to cold for baked fish wife had tederloin risoto was good mother in law had salmon had to be reheated also. Waiter was pleasant in the begining but when came time to pay couldnt be found offered no desert either might be back not sure.
4.5 based on 164 reviews
Off The Rail is a cozy breakfast/lunch restaurant located in the heart of Elkhart Lake. We offer fresh, made-to-order, hand-crafted sandwiches and soups as well as coffee, beer and wine. Family run and a fun vibrant atmosphere will have you feeling right at home in this historical building. Custom Free Wi-Fi available.
My wife and I were taking a morning walk near Elkhart Lake's City Center and decided to try this interesting place for a cup of coffee and whatever breakfast we could find. We certainly lucked out here as the coffee was bold and delicious and there was a very good selection of homemade sweet treats as well as several interesting breakfast options including several gluten-free choices. We chose one of the breakfast sandwiches featuring scrambled eggs, deli ham and aged cheddar cheese on a toasted english muffin. The sandwiches were amazing. On our way out we passed the sweets counter and saw a dozen or so enticing items in their showcase. We thoroughly enjoyed our relaxing and very satisfying breakfast experience and will definitely be back soon...
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Great ice cream and hot dogs. They don't have burgers and fries, just a smaller menu, but it's all good. There is no dining room, only a drive through and walk up window. But there is a nice park across the street, and it's more fun to be outside in summer eating ice cream anyway. They even made a special request all chocolate ice cream cake for my wife's birthday last year. Although they are closed in winter, it's only for 2 months or so. They are closed starting in November, but open early in February for the ice carving festival on Freemomt street.
4 based on 1 reviews
I stop in some mornings for donuts for my grandkids. I have such a hard time only getting a few donuts they all look so good.
5 based on 5 reviews
I have visited this bakery many times, always great. Best doughnuts in the area! A place you must visit if you are in the Kiel area.
5 based on 40 reviews
You can step back in time in this nicely restored Elkhart Lake historic ice cream shop. You can choose from a couple dozen flavors of hand dipped premium ice cream...cups, hand made waffle cones, or build your own sundae. Delicious!
4.5 based on 175 reviews
We have eaten at all the restaurants in Elkhart Lake and this is our hands-down favorite. Creative dishes, great presentation and everything is delicious. Loved that we could order a half portion of the lobster ravioli for our 10 year old - they were great, light and tasty. Other dishes such as gnocchi, chop, and specials were all tasty. Service is outstanding and very professional and well-trained. We ate there two out of five nights on our week of vacation. Enough variety that we could have eaten there all five nights and have been delighted. Highly recommend.
4 based on 41 reviews
First time that we have been here but wouldn't go back. Met a relative at the restaurant due to the half-way meeting point. We arrived around 5:30PM and had some drinks at the bar. We had five drinks total for three people at a cost of $27. I thought that was high for such a common place. Maybe the previous listings that said drinks were reasonable here had a drink special before 5PM. We ordered dinners that included the salad bar. The salad bar consisted of iceberg lettuce (no healthy greens) with a variety of toppings, cottage cheese, cole slaw, and what looked like tuna salad. Nothing special about that. White buns that were heated were nothing remarkable either. The enchilada soup was excellent though. The entrees arrived with good size helpings but the quality was not there. My tenderloin steak had fatty gristle around the edges, uncommon for a tenderloin. Must have been a lower cut of meat. My husband's steak was overdone. When the bill came, we were charged for an extra entree. However, that was corrected when it was brought to their attention. Staff was friendly and service was fine.
4 based on 49 reviews
Hickory smoked meats including St. Louis Style Ribs, Brisket, Turkey, Pork and Wings. Large selection of sandwiches along with great pizza on two different choices of crust. Come join us in our Southern atmosphere with checked table coverings on picnic tables with the same hospitality to boot. Complimentary peanuts at all the tables, ice cold beer, 1919 Root Beer on tap along with a large variety of appetizers and homemade cobblers, brownie and cookie sundaes to compliment your meal. Our full menu is available for dining in, carry out or our delivery service.
We stopped here after shopping for flowers at Honeymoon acres (GO!!) and we were all glad we did. Everyone had something different so we were able to sample different food. Unique items. Really great, can't wait to go back.....too bad we are over 2 hours away!!
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