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4.5 based on 73 reviews
Contemporary atmosphere, hand squeezed lemonade is carbonated, but not much else notable for me. Floors are slippery. Menu is sandwich, salad, or flatbread focused. Nothing too original. Nothing bad, but ordered nothing we would order again. Service is slow but helpful. Overall, I was hoping for something great, but it's average.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Lots of old favorites whether candy or ice cream but also always something new to try. This year they have a few new flavors of waffle cone beyond just the original. They also have a few new flavors of ice cream to compliment the long time favorites. I particularly enjoy the cherry nut and rocky road!
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Were open on Sunday morning which many aren't. Only had 3 types of donuts though. Apple fritters that had little to no apples, fried donuts (glazed or unglazed), and glazed raised donuts which were my favorite of the 3.
5 based on 17 reviews
Welcome to Justice Two Coffeehouse & Eatery. We are now closed. Thank you for the fabulous 2017 season! We look forward to seeing you next May when we reopen for our 2018 season!<br><br>We offer espresso drinks, panini/wraps, fresh baked goods, ice cream, smoothies, and more! Free air hockey, foosball, and pool table available! Enjoy outdoor patio seating with a lake view!
If you're in the area I would highly recommend a stop here. Very fun and interesting area, the staff are Extremely helpful and fun! Food pretty good as well. I brought my four year old and as we were waiting for food they have a great play area right outside, it was hard to pull her away to eat!
4 based on 5 reviews
Went here to try the cookie dough. They have a variety, maybe 6 or more flavors to choose from. We enjoyed chocolate chip cookie and monster cookie. Reasonably priced for the quantity you get, it would be hard to eat a scoop by yourself unless you are a die hard cookie dough water. Service is slow for some reason, not sure why, so even short lines seem to take awhile. I look forward to going back and trying with ice cream!
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Pizza and Prime Rib are our specialties and we offer a popular selection of house made appetizers, a popular kids menu and a garden salad with homemade dressings. You can finish your meal with a slice of cheesecake which we make from scratch. We offer a full-service bar with craft tap beer, signature cocktails and innovative wines-on-tap. We are open on Friday & Saturdays nights from 5 pm to 9 pm.
After a long day canoeing we were looking for a good place to eat. The other restaurants in town were packed, so that left us with the Boathouse.
I asked about gluten free pizza and was told they no longer offered any. It appeared the only gluten free item on the menu was the Tokyo salad, which by description sounded like a larger side salad. I really wanted something more robust, so I asked if they could put some chicken on it (I saw diced chicken was a pizza topping). I was told the chef said no to the chicken request.
My daughter wanted a kids cheese pizza with black olives, but we were told the chef wouldn't do that either, but that they would bring a side of olives and she could put them in the pizza herself. Huh.
When my salad arrived, it contained Chinese noodles that we're not mentioned on the menu. I found out they contained wheat (apparently my request for a gluten free pizza didn't click with the server).
Instead of making me a new salad, I was given a plate so I could pick the wheaty noodles off my salad myself. Yay!
It is a very cute restaurant, and we wanted very much to like it, but unfortunately left very disappointed and hungry.
Also--my daughter said her pizza reminded her of her school's pizza (not the everyday kind, the slightly better kind they serve a few times each year). She struggled to keep the cheese on it (and the olives she had to add herself).
The service was friendly, just obviously terrified of the chef, which seemed weird.
Hopefully we'll be able to find a more flexible restaurant next time we are in town.
4 based on 73 reviews
This is the place to see and be seen on Otter Tail Lake. As part of the Zorbaz chain of pizza/Mexican restaurants, this one is small but packs the Zorbaz punch of good pizza, lake access and fun vibe. The cute little bar on the side has not been open this summer, which was a disappointment. But every time we have guests, it's a must see on the lake. Plenty of boat parking on the docks, but car parking really sucks. So go by boat if you can. Fun place - the younguns take over at night.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
I learned they do not have bacon! That's right! Not for burgers or crumbled on salads, not available to order on anything. Must not realize you can buy it precooked, or that it's the fast growing American food trend. I am still shocked... nonetheless, this place serves quality supper club food. I am most fond of the ribs, homemade salad dressings, hot bread and garlic butter, and crinkle cut fries. Getting a well done steak is hit or miss, but medium well works ok given the dim lighting... Be seated before 6:00pm and save $1 per dinner. All around a good stop in the area.
4 based on 5 reviews
We had a birthday while on the road for vacation. The cake decorater did an EXCELLENT job on the spiderman cake we ordered. It added that little extra flare we needed. Wonderful service.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
passing through the area, we stopped for a bite and a beer. good selection of local and national beers on tap. bartender was friendly and helpful with our questions about the menu and beer selection.
good bar food and the side salad was a perfect portion - glad to see it wasn't a few pieces of lettuce, croutons and a tomato.
the food appeared reasonably priced, beer a little more than expected.
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