Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Kaukauna, Wisconsin, United States. Kaukauna /kəˈkɔːnə/ ( listen) is a city in Outagamie and Calumet counties, Wisconsin, United States. It is situated on the Fox River, approximately 100 miles (160 km) north of Milwaukee. The population was 15,462 at the 2010 census. It is a part of the Appleton, Wisconsin Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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3 based on 27 reviews
Came here on a Thursday night right at opening time and was promptly greeted by the friendly bartender and my friendly waitress Marley. Service was prompt in the dining room with a smile. I ordered two fettuccines, one seafood, with scallops and shrimp, the other chicken Alfredo to take home, both on a Groupon coupon. The salad bar was average, with a couple of cheese spreads, one that appeared to be a cheddar cheese (which I didn't try) and the other a white cheese with sweet basil, which was good, but don't use the garlic bread, instead use the crackers. The garlic bread overpowers the basil, whereas the crackers compliment it well. The chicken salad was a little too salty for my taste, but everyone's different. You have a good selection for building your own salad. The seafood fettuccine was pretty good, but being I like strong flavors, I could've used more garlic (although no one would've liked me lol). The chicken Alfredo was pretty good. The restaurant looked clean, though the outside looks just a little old. The prices aren't too bad. One thing to keep in mind is that gratuity is included on the bill, so if you want to tip more, please do. Overall, I think I might go back if in the area.
If you can't find anything to eat from their extensive menu then you're not hungry. My husband and I tried Dorn's for the first time last night. Besides the nice drive from Green Bay, the place was a pleasant surprise. Their nice size bar area includes reasonable priced cocktails and luscious ice cream drinks for after dinner. What impressed us was their delicious and great selection soup and salad bar, the owner making the rounds to check with dinner patrons and taking the extra courtesy of refilling and providing me with my own pitcher of water. The place is very family friendly. We'll definitely be back.
Attended a craft show and noticed that the food looked good. We live close so decided to return that evening to eat. Having not been in the bar part of the building before I was surprised at how nice it was; clean, spacious and good lighting. It is basically a newer sports bar out in the country. The food was relatively good and served attractively. The wait was a little longer than expected as they were not busy. There are daily specials. reasonable prices.The wait person was not very friendly and I am not sure that she might not have been serving as a bartender too. It is a bit hard to find. Exit Hwy 41 at J to JJ, turn left, then left again at Maloney Rd and it is a sort way s on the left side.
This was called Lazy Dog until recently. Menu is very similsr to what it was before. They have added a nice sized outdoor patio.Our group of four went for lunch on a weekday. Three of us ordered different burgers which were very good. The burgers are a âbuild a burgerâ menu with bun and side choices. The French fries are very good and so are the sweet potato chips. The other person ordered a taco salad which you can get with either chicken or beef. The menu is somewhat limited but there is something for everyone.Nice spacious seating - both high and low tables or you can sit at the bar. Very friendly service.Location is just off Interstate 41 and Hwy 55 interchange.
KTown is a great Friday Fish fry place. It's amazing how much fish they fix in such a little grill. All the waitress's/cooks work very hard to get all the orders put together and served. They really need to get the staff more organized as to who prepares the food and who takes the orders. They need to hire 2 bartenders who just do drinks. Let the waitress' just take food orders. The food is prepared well and you get a good portion. Prices are very reasonable!
Tom and Peg have a very nice business here. They do a good job of keeping the place clean and you can usually meet with Tom and Peg to shoot the breeze. We have been there an many occasions.
4 based on 23 reviews
Came here for a fish fry. I was so delighted to see blue gill on the fish menu! I ordered the blue gill with beer battered fries. Delicious! I had 7 fillets! One couple ordered pizza. It too, was very good! The service was quick and efficient and the beer prices were very reasonable. I ordered Wisconsin Amber and was charged $2 for a pint! I will definitely be back!
My friend and I stopped here for lunch on our way home from an overnight stay out of town. We had a couple of beers and truly the best charbroiled burgers we have had in a long time! It's an old school restaurant with lots of seating and two bars. It's super clean which is always a plus in an older establishment. The service was wonderful! I will be stopping here again sometime in the near future.
4 based on 63 reviews
The Skyview Club is family owned & operated by your hosts Gene & Shari Biese. Gene & Shari have always set a high level of excellence of the Skyview Club. We always strive to provide courteous & professional service to all our guests. The Skyview Club was
We went out to eat about 5pm on a Saturday night. The atmosphere was very cozy and pleasing. We sat at the bar and had a few drinks while enjoying the football game. They make their own picketed mushrooms. They were the best I've ever had! I ended up purchasing a jar for home. We were seated near the fireplace, which was lovely. Our waitress and bartenders were very friendly. I ordered the chicken alfredo on the advice of our waitress. The sauce is homemade and so delicious. I'm so glad I tried it. I will definitely get it again! Thank you to the staff for making us feel so welcome. We are certainly coming back!! Prices are very good too.
4 based on 37 reviews
The Hollander has been here for a long time, and seems to be as popular as ever. Good food, good drinks, friendly staff, low prices... your dollar goes a long way here. This restaurant began as a Wisconsin supper club called Willyâs. Willyâs was a very popular and successful restaurant for many years. A few years back, as their customer base began to get a bit older, and younger folksâ tastes and dining habits were changing, Willyâs closed and was transformed into the current sports bar format. Some of the most popular menu items, such as the signature patty melt, breasted chicken and fish fries, carried over to the Hollander. I highly recommed The Hollander.
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