5 based on 19 reviews
First street Deli never disappoints. Foods are fresh, good size portion of meat on sandwiches, and everything can be made according to individual preference. The sugar cookies are very good. Last I knew they didn't take debit or credit cards, so bring cash.
4 based on 1 reviews
A nice representation of the brand. A good clean location, the service was nice and friendly and all the usual standard DQ fare. And a drive through!
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Great service and friendly staff. We've been going here for years and just found out about "Jeff's Tacos". Their not on the menu and you have to request them (although the owner told us their in the process of adding them to the menu soon). Their a street Taco. Way more fresh and lean then the menu items. And don't forget to try the quest and guard with your free chips and salsa - both are very good and worth the extra cost. And the other great thing about this place is you don't have to worry about "tainted" alcohol like they serve south of the border!
4 based on 51 reviews
We went there in a Friday night around 7:00, surprised that they weren't busy. We were seated and waited 10minutes (three employees walked ladybugs during the wair) until I had to go ask someone where our waitress was. No apologies, just "where are you sitting". Ordered our food. French dip and chicken strips. Nothing to rave about. As we waited for our dinner I was looking around .... Spills in the blinds and booth, carpet filthy, told was disgustingly dirty. Everything was dated. Guess Bill doesn't take pride in his restaurant anymore. Disappointed and won't be back.
3.5 based on 57 reviews
Located in the club house of the golf course
What a great way to wind down on a Saturday night. Live music and great food! The service was awesome and the shaded patio made sitting outside very relaxing. Hard to believe it was 90 degrees. We were very comfortable. The band was The Bluestone Jazz Collective. Check them out on Facebook!
4 based on 15 reviews
We prefer to go noonish or 5pm. Lots of variety and they refill empty slots quickly. Lots of choices from onion rings, to fish, many different chicken entrees ,crab ragoo, egg rolls, crab legs and shrimp, egg drop or hot and sour soup, cookies and cream puffs, a good salad fruit bar. Reasonably priced is good. Children can find something to eat and to finish with ice cream. We seldom have to wait for a table as they have many. Drink refills are quickly taken care of. And it's not to noisy so you can easily visit with friends
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Dive means local owner operate, usually a family operation. Quaint hometown setting with flyers for auctions and events, handwritten menu specials, booths and tables. Menu was reasonable in selections and excellent in preparation and taste. Prices better than expected, with waffle on my plate and shrimp on my wife's, because they serve breakfast all day. Definitely worth the stop.
4 based on 8 reviews
Great home town cafe with great food and service at very reasonable prices. Breakfast served any time and on Friday evenings have a great fish fry. Love their skillet meals and the best liver and onions anywhere.
3.5 based on 9 reviews
The food is good but will mainly be salad,pizza and chicken. On the down side sometimes you have to wait for someone to show up at the cash registar. Good food tho and unless it is super busy is stocked well.
4 based on 4 reviews
Lenten Friday fish fry. My daughter really enjoyed the cod, she said the mashed potatoes and gravy were great. Both her and her brother said the chicken and dumpling soup was very good and you could tell it was homemade. One commented, "I'd love to have this soup if I was home sick from school".
My perspective: I stayed the Lent route and only ate the walleye fish fry. It was fair. I didn't think it was all that great. It came with a salad, which was nothing more than a plate of ice burg lettuce and ranch dressing. Did you run out of cucumber? Tomato? Shredded carrot? Seriously, iceberg lettuce only? Overall, I think I had too high of expectations.
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