New Richmond in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in New Richmond with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 86 reviews
A Bistro & Gelato Café New Richmond Restaurant Breakfast Lunch Dinner. Gelato WIFI Pasta Steak Fish Paninis, Wraps, Sandwiches, Omelets Bagels Coffee espresso Beer wine Live Music restaurant delivers catering Private parties Take Out Delivery Drive Thru.
I had the Avocado Chicken Panini. It was very good. The soup I had was greasy. It tasted ok. Waitress was attentive. Table was not very clean. Quiet atmosphere.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
I absolutely love this place!! I am not a coffee drinker, but on Friday nights, they serve wine and have live music (acoustic or blues mostly). The atmosphere is welcoming and cozy. The food is delectable and uses truly fresh ingredients. My favorite is the chicken ranch wrap on a spinach tortilla - yum! The owners are wonderful people with great hearts.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
We have eaten here several times and it's usually pretty good. On our last visit the food was so salty it was inedible. Admittedly this was about 6 months ago so it is possible this is not a problem anymore.
The staff is incredible and the food comes out fast.
4 based on 90 reviews
We had 4 couples here for a celebration on a Saturday night. We had reservations and got in right away. It looks crowded in the restaurant but there was plenty of room to walk between tables and move your chairs. Our server Steve was a "hoot". Pop-overs were delish. Then we got our soup, salad, bread and then our main meal. I had the deep fried walleye. Not the best and I was picking a lot of bones out of it. Not what I expected to do at a supper club!! The guys had steaks and they said they were very flavorful and tender. Then we went to the bar and everyone had brandy alexanders made with real ice cream!!
4 based on 14 reviews
Visited here numerous times and figured I'd finally write a review:
It's a small town DQ.
Managers and owners are personable local people. Worker bees are the usual scatter-brain teens who occasionally space out an order, but...hey, that's small town USA. Half the fun of going there is watching the pandemonium created by having five teens work behind the counter.
Food is cooked on a grill right in front of you. Never had a bad meal there. Will definitely keep going.
4 based on 2 reviews
Wish this coffee house would have remained at it's original location. We have tried it a number of times since their move and the atmosphere (in a card shop) as well as the product is just...so-so.
4 based on 37 reviews
Rustic bar and restaurant. Both my wife and I saw a number of interesting options. I had the chicken fried steak with hashbrowns. Real sausage gravy, nicely prepared, flavorful but not to salty. Came with a cup of parmesan chicken soup that was very tasty. Wife had tortilla burger. Tasty but a bit difficult to eat. Bread pudding for desert was well worth ordering. Mostly basic dishes with a bit of a twist. This will be on our short list of places to stop on the way to the cabin.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
If you are itching for a burger, the Meister Burger will hit the spot. Juicy patty topped with a heap of crumbled bacon and American cheese - sounds simple but it is amazing. Recommend the cheese curds. Overall, service is friendly and food has always been great. Fun place to catch up with friends.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
We stopped in to watch a baseball game and have some drinks. We have heard that this bar was the new place to be in town. We have always just viewed this venue as a place to bowl and attend the occasional conservation organization banquet. We were pleasantly surprised.
Nice open atmosphere. The front is redone with a large open balcony. Inside is a bit loud with lots of people, but plenty of space in the circular bar. A handful of tvs are scattered on the walls. There is a nice selection of beers for all palates. The menu is quite extensive. We have heard from multiple people that the pizza is amazing. We didn't try the pizza but it looked delicious observing what people were ordering around us. They host a buffet throughout the week - lunch and supper - which varies on the day (ex. pizza or pasta). They even offer delivery for their whole menu.
The bowling alley is attached to the bar. People can freely go back and forth between the two although there is a wall separating the bar from the bowling alley. It looked like they had cosmic bowling available.
Service was prompt and friendly. Prices were good (~$4/pint craft beer, $7 cheese curds). We will be back to try the pizza!
4.5 based on 20 reviews
This restaurant serves complimentary chips and salsa to your table. The chips are warm and crisp. Salsa is okay. The beef fajitas are satisfactory. They are served on multiple platters - one piping hot with meat, peppers and onions. One with beans, rice, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, guac, sour cream. The tortillas are served in a small container to keep them warm. The beef/steak is good. Overall, good taste and reasonable price.
Margaritas are nothing special, but do the trick. I order a traditional margarita on the rocks and I'm certain it comes out of a bottle - not made from scratch.
Service is okay. Prompt but short - not overly friendly.
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