4.5 based on 270 reviews
Stopped at the Harbor View Cafe in Pepin, WI on Friday for lunch. We were there at 5 minutes to 11 am - they were open at 11. The place filled up almost immediately, the locals obviously know what a fantastic find this is. Lots of wonderful seafood on the menu, an impressive wine list for a place this size and at reasonable prices and tasty deserts.
4.5 based on 201 reviews
We stopped in to buy an ice cream cone as this shop is well known for it's dairy products. We were pleasantly surprised to find a cafe for lunch, wine shop, cheese shop and gourmet gift/food items. It is lovely to look around and we found several products and brands we had purchased in Europe. We had sea salt caramel ice cream. The texture of the ice cream was nice and smooth. We could taste the salt, but there was almost no caramel flavor at all. We paid $2.50 for one scoop and $3.00 for two scoops. The was a line to use the restroom. They have one stall for women and one stall for men. We waited at least 15 minutes in line, so be prepared if waiting is a problem for you.
4.5 based on 133 reviews
My husband and I visited with 2, 7 year old grandchildren. We were taking a break from the national eagle center. My husband had a skillet breakfast and rated it as good. My chicken salad was average. We were disappointed with the size of the children's French toast meal. One small piece of French toast and one strip of bacon. Both children were still hungry after finishing their meal. We had to order both of them more food. Service was good.
4.5 based on 146 reviews
"One of the 18 Legendary Pie Shops in the United States" USA Today "One of the 50 best pie shops in America, best in Wisconsin" Delish Extraordinary pie in such a charming spot! Famous for our pie, you will also find delicious lunch items, all made from scratch - homemade bread for our sandwiches, amazing pot pies, savory pies and quiches. Even a delicious marinated veggie salad! Delectable espresso drinks from our barista featuring Illy coffee. Tasty ice cream, floats and cones too! (don’t forget the a la mode!) While you are here explore our charming General Store - filled with exceptional selections of award winning cheeses, jams, jellies, local foods, chocolate, artisan brews, wines and spirits - all Wisconsin made! Named "1 of the 100 best places to eat in the U.S." by Roadfood . Gourmet said that our Double Lemon pie was "one of the 53 best things they ate" Newly expanded store, free Wifi and out door seating, Come visit soon!
On our drive back to the Twin Cities from Lacrosse, we stopped in for a piece of the famous pie. I had Apple, with a crisp topping. $6 for a slice of pie, in a very small town in rural Wisconsin, seemed pretty ridiculous. But worse yet was the amount of sugar dumped into this poor slice of pie. Granted, the serving was large. But the sugary taste was horrible. It was hard to even notice that it was apple filling. Luckily I did not ask for ice cream, or whipped cream, on top !
4.5 based on 232 reviews
Featuring fresh cut salads, Fresh ground burgers, wood-fired pizzas, warm specialty sandwiches, creative pastas, dinner entrees, weekend dinner features, full bar, and attached coffee shop and lounge with weekend live music. Breakfast Tues-Fri at 7:00am, Sat-Sun at 8:00am. Coffee Depot opens at 6:00am Tues-Fri and 7:00am Sat & Sun. Both businesses closed Mondays.
I was looking for a coffeeshop on the way through Lake City on a cold day. This location was one of the few we could find. The south side of the building is the coffeeshop/restaurant. Choices are similar to a Caribou or Starbucks. The roll and pastry selection is great (try the glazed lemon poppyseed muffins). However, the only creamer selections are the fake stuff. Come on folks, if you are shooting for a quality atmosphere, ya gotta do the little things!
Comfortable seating scattered about, a selection of games in one corner, an electronic "fireplace", must be wifi from the number of millenials glued to their electronics, and plenty of windows, the place is comfortable. I could do without the large screen TV on the wall, it detracts from the rest of the ambiance....
4.5 based on 175 reviews
Reads Landing Brewing Company is an American Pub and Brewery. Our menu offers a wide variety of appetizers, flatbreads, salads, entrees and desserts. In addition, we have homemade soup and weekend specials that are always a favorite. Our beer is handcrafted and brewed on site. We offer 5 of our handcrafted beers on tap,one guest tap beer that changes frequently and a variety of craft bottled beer and cider. We have a full bar which includes some commercial beers and a broad wine selection. We are located right on the river which gives us beautiful views and bald eagle sightings year round. Outdoor seating is available in the summer months. We hope to see you soon!
I was traveling in the area with a local resident and he suggested we stop here. What a place! Beer was good, menu was varied and reasonably priced and service was good. Love the ambiance. Especially enjoyed the St. Louis-style toasted ravioli as an appetizer. I'll be back.
5 based on 6 reviews
This small, village coffee shop is filled with small village charm along the Mississippi River waterfront -- and offers delicious coffee to take with you or drink on the premises. There are some delicious offerings to eat along with your coffee, but it is primarily a local coffee shop and not an eatery. The shop is immaculate and service is friendly and efficient. There is a rather steep step up into the coffee shop, which is in a small restored building; I'm not sure if the shop would be easily accessible for persons with certain physical disabilities. This shop is charming in the sense it is not a big "chain" brand -- as a consequence, though, it has a menu that is more limited than many urban coffee houses. If you like small towns and enjoy small, personalized coffee shops, you should give this one a try!
4.5 based on 148 reviews
Chickadee Cottage Cafe, Lake City, Mn On the Great River Road
Nine women friends and I thoroughly enjoyed our luncheon date at the Chickadee Cottage Cafe. That's what it is, a cute cottage, lovely decorating and beautiful flowers in the gardens outside. We were there for lunch which they start serving at 11 a.m. (breakfast is before that time) We got there early as we were concerned we would not have time to enjoy our meal and make our next event, which was a paddle boat ride. It was no problem, as they had our table all ready. We ordered our drinks and the gals shopped a little, that's right, they have lots of cute things for sale, and we were allowed to order a little early, which turned out time wise just perfect. Most of us had their famous chicken salad, which is served with 3 slices of banana bread. MMMMM. Everyone agreed everything was delicious. The service was just great too. We will do a special ladies luncheon again soon.
4.5 based on 121 reviews
This is a small place. There's about 4 rectangle high top tables a small booth area (everyone sits very close to one another) and the bar. There was one waitress who also served as the bar tender. She was very fast and efficient. We waited for nothing. The prices were decent. $9.25 for the hand dipped battered fish and chips. (freshly sliced potatoes) The fish and chips were excellent. They charge 25 cents for an extra cup of tarter sauce. The bangors and mash was also $9.25 and was good. Note the prices on the posted tripadvisor menu are off. Burgers were in the $7-8 range. Great food and great service!
5 based on 66 reviews
Wonderful cafe with great food including breakfast, lunch, dinner and homemade desserts, New owner, New Menu, New Hours. Open Year round.
Since we cannot say enough good things about the Homemade, we just tell you that the Crabcakes and Eggs we had for breakfast yesterday was stellar. Everything here is homemade from scratch with skill, creativity and love. And be sure to have a piece of pie.
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