Clintonville is a city in Waupaca County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 4,559 at the 2010 census. The area that became Clintonville was first settled in March, 1855.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
We went here for our anniversary dinner and it was outstanding! The bartender makes the best Amaretto Stone Sour around. Our food was delicious, service was excellent and I would highly recommend this place to everyone. It fills up quick so get there early or if you have a large group, call ahead for a reservation.
1 based on 1 reviews
the staff was super rude on my visit they would not even look like the are wanting to be there in the first place.
5 based on 20 reviews
The coffee drinks are very tasty as are the smoothies! Also the sandwiches and soups are very delicious!
4 based on 34 reviews
Supper Club Now open for lunch with an extensive menu.
We met at Mathew's for dinner AND brunch the next day recently as part of reunion festivities...OK food served family style - brunch was a buffet...it was fine - just nothing to write home about.
5 based on 7 reviews
Cindy is the best! She makes a mean drink (Blind Russians should always end at 3) and always has great food. She has a lot of knowledge about what is going on in the area and the history of the town, so if you’re staying in the area stop by, you won’t be sorry. By the way, thanks for the prize for the parade!
4 based on 12 reviews
Clearly the last person to review has never had home fries...these were perfect. We were greeted as soon as we walked in the door. Very friendly bar tender, and food only took minutes to get. Lots of cheese on the burger and it was awesome. Great place to eat we will defiantly be back!
5 based on 4 reviews
We love Mickster's thin crust pizza...definitely the best pizza around our rural area - when driving on hour to an actual city is not in the plans. Outdoor seating in summer is nice. Bar can be very noisy and crowd boisterous...but that doesn't bother us as we like a lively place! Good beer, great pizza...ah...life is good!
4 based on 7 reviews
I found the staff of this Culver's restaurant to all be very, very nice and accommodating. I visited during a weekday lunch rush and all staff kept their composure and were very prompt in getting food out. The flavor of the day (Turtle Cheesecake) was absolutely awesome.
5 based on 2 reviews
new Mexican restaurant with great food, service, and prices. This recent addition to the area offers authentic Mexican cuisine with large portions and a house hot sauce which kicks butt. Don't drive by.
3.5 based on 13 reviews
My wife last visited the Triple O in the early 70's (current owners have been there since 2000) so we gave it a try. Mistake! When you enter the establishment, you come into the bar and there were about six customers there. We got the "you ain't from around here" stares and no one said anything to us until we started walking into the dining room. Then a woman sitting at the end of the bar told us that "she will take your order in the bar" and handed us menus. We sat at the bar, ordered drinks, and looked at the menu. About 15 minutes later a waitress came up to us and took our order then told us to have a seat at table #5 (there are plastic numbers on the tables- can't they show guests to their table?) and we could help ourselves to the salad bar.
While the food is not overpriced ($16.95 for a rib eye) I have had a better steak from the supermarket. The wait staff is cold, almost rude. We are never going back.
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