Kewaunee is a city in Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 2,952 at the 2010 census. Located on the northwestern shore of Lake Michigan, the city is the county seat of Kewaunee County.
Things to do in Kewaunee
4 based on 96 reviews
We ate here two times for breakfast while staying in town for three nights. Good food and great value. Greeted quickly and fast service. It wasn't busy at all so that may have helped, but still fast service. The waitress the second time we are there was very friendly, cheery, always smiling. Would recommend for breakfast. If we were in town for the lunch or dinner hours I'm sure we would have given it a try. Will return to this restaurant next time we are in town.
4 based on 50 reviews
We are from wisconsin and love custard. This product was more like a soft serve ice cream. A little disappointing.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Located in a historic building in quaint downtown Kewaunee, Wisconsin just steps from Lake Michigan. Offering delicious espresso drinks, coffee, homemade baked goods, soup, sandwiches, desserts and much more!
Popped in for some eye opening caffeine, and was met with not only great coffee, but WONDERFUL friendly service, as well! The "Luddington Latte" was perfect!
4 based on 56 reviews
Heard good things about Gibs" German nights. Ordered the Rouladen. Very disappointed. Was tough. Since it is supposed to be cooked overnight, I expected it to be real tender. My wife ordered the Jaeger Schneitzel. It was even worse. Could not cut it with a steak knife. Big portion, but not edible. One of our guests ordered another type of Schneitzel, and it looked good, and she said it was very good. One out of 3 does not pass. Again, very disappointed.
3.5 based on 100 reviews
Road trip..Went to Packer game and noticed this little town on the lake.Wife and I decided to drive over..So glad we did.Stopped at the marina and walked out the concrete jettys.Then hit a couple antique shops.Wife noticed port o call restaurant and we stopped...Owners are hands on and work their butts off.Special was the perch or walleye plate.We both ordered the perch,WOW WHAT A PORTION!You can't get any better views or food in Wisconsin!!!We can't wait to return..
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Having been regulars at The Cork (which became Uncorked), we were curious to test the waters. Four of us stopped in for drinks and a look around. Uncorked has taken the warm Irish pub and restaurant and created something much more modernistic and minimalist. As expected, the menu was chalked on a wall-length board in the bar area. Prices were high in our estimation, but that didn't seem to take away from the number of people in the dining area. The place was packed! At some point, it would make sense to go back and actually sample the food. The night we were there a group was having a bachelorette party. We were made aware that the bride had gone overboard with her consumption of alcohol when she and a couple of friends came thundering through the bar in an attempt to get outside quickly so the bride could be sick. (She didn't make it.) I don't blame Uncorked for her indiscretion, but I would certainly have expected much more on our initial visit had we been dining there. It was not a good first impression.
4 based on 9 reviews
Artisan Cheese Factory Store & Cafe - Walkers Cheese makes the best artisan gouda cheese and serves dishes with their cheese.
Stopped by on a whim while passing though, glad we did. Every cheese factory has their specialty, and theirs was Gouda. Get a sample, buy a wedge (or wheel), have a coffee, you'll be glad you did. The cheese curds were a bit overpriced, but you can get curds anywhere, you're there for the Gouda!
4 based on 22 reviews
We walked here from the marina and wanted a quick bit to eat. We didn't expect much, and were therefore even more surprised by what we received, Yes the beer was cold, but the burgers were homemade and grilled to perfection. The fries were excellent too. Personally, I would stop again. I would not eye the details of this place, but the burger and fries sure were good. I understand the owner is on-site. Note: the restaurant does not accept credit cards.
4 based on 15 reviews
Remembering the establishment as the "Red Ray" Bowling Alley. The lanes still look as inviting, as they did fifty-years-ago! Y-e-a-r-s back, the front of the building offered a restaurant with booth-seating, which has since turned into a locker room. The bar-is-a-bar which offers Friday fish fries and carry-outs.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Quaint little place just over the bridge in downtown Kewaunee. Old school Fish Market with local Lake Michigan catch. Salmon ,smelt, chub, trout, etc. Also an excellent selection of local cheeses, jams and freshly bottled veggies. But the "must have" product is the Smoked Salmon which comes in multiple flavors. You may have a difficult time getting back to your vehicle without eating it all.
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