Reviews on American food in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, United States. Two Rivers is a city in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 11,712 at the 2010 census. It is the birthplace of the ice cream sundae (though other cities, such as Ithaca, New York, make the same claim). The city's advertising slogan is "Catch our friendly waves" as it is located along Lake Michigan.
Things to do in Two Rivers
When visiting Manitowoc, we stopped in at the Sandpiper. It is a small, local place. All of the people were so friendly, the music was terrific (80's classics), and the view of Lake Michigan is stunning. This is a casual local pub. I would definitely go back!
4 based on 31 reviews
Homemade Soups, Salads, Sandwiches, Hand-Pattied 1/2# Burgers, Hand-Cut Fries, Desserts, Daily Specials, and Much More!!
Looking for something other than fast food, you might like trying here. This is a great place to pop in for something casual and homemade. We have enjoyed all of the food that we have tried including: burgers, wraps, fish, salads, and soups. The staff is always friendly, plus there is a daily special. The special is usually posted on their Facebook page and in the restaurant. We have eaten both in the restaurant and called in for carry out. The eat in area is small, but it is a small town. :) Plus, if you just are craving an awesome treat, they always have fresh bakery (bars, cookies, etc.) for sale at the counter.
4 based on 46 reviews
We stopped here to eat dinner with several family members. Plenty of tables for large groups. Interior is very nice with brick walls and nice view of the river. The service was excellent. The pizza is thin crust with plenty of topings to coose from. It is some of the best pizza I have ever had. This is a must stop when visiting Two Rivers.
4 based on 54 reviews
We have delivery and carry out service. Dining for 15
Footlong hot dog was not that, bun very dry, hard and smashed, hot dog itself was rubbery and cold in center. Nacho's had almost no cheese on it. Not what I expected. Very dissapointed. Will not return.
4 based on 52 reviews
This place has been around forever. The pizza is seriously legendary with their signature very thin crust and homemade sauce. You order food at the kitchen window and pay when ordering. Servers bring your food and take great care of you throughout your meal. This is a busy place, has a small game room and a room available for rent for private parties. They offer awaesome pizzas, bar food and a full bar. Suitable for families, cozy enough for couples. You can dine in the bar or in the family friendly dining area. Very causal atmoshpere set in the woods off the beaten path. Take out avaialble along with frozen premade pizzas to go. Gluten free pizza available and was delicious.
4 based on 77 reviews
We were very disappointed with our visit to Machut's last Saturday. We arrived at the restaurant when they opened at 5:00 and ordered our dinner at the bar and waited for our table. Since we had tickets for a concert for 7:00 I asked about the status of our table. We were told we would be seated in 15 minutes. Fifteen adfitional minutes pass and they said they did not start prepping our order since there were large holiday parties there that night. We were seated and told we could have the salad bar for dinner but nothing off the menu. The salad bar was a letdown - salty soup and overall messy.I have always enjoyed Machuts in the past however our evening was ruined by this lack of service. If there are going to be large parties please consider closing the restaurant to the public that evening.
4 based on 66 reviews
Grew up in Wisconsin, and have eaten here many times. My uncle Bomber is a regular. Love this place, and I also loved the Iconic Phil Rohers! Very Happy because Connie stayed true to Phil's style of cooking, but why shouldn't she. Connie worked for Phil, for many years. Connie keep up the good work and hope to see you soon. Bombers nephew Jonathan Kubichek.
4 based on 83 reviews
Stopped in for dinner after a long day of hiking. Seated very quickly. Server was there promptly. Food was good. Server dropped my bill off, never asked if I wanted dessert,which I did. When I asked her for a slice of pie to go, it was clear that it was too much work. She did do it, but was not happy. Maybe just a bad day, however customers should not have to put up with that.
4 based on 157 reviews
phone: 920-793-4524. inside the Lighthouse Inn.
I looked forward to a relaxing meal with superior food. The view is great, the service pretty good, but the food and beverage was sub-par. I ordered the seafood combo (haddock, perch and shrimp) it was overcooked, left in the fryer too long. The garden salad was not crisp. The bread roll was delicious, high point of the meal. I asked the server if the decaf coffee was fresh and she said she would brew some. Instead, she returned in just a couple minutes with a carafe of stale, strong, overheated coffee. I had to dilute it with icewater to make it drinkable. The restaurant was not busy, and there was plenty of staff, maybe the problems were all from the kitchen.
4 based on 128 reviews
This place is amazing!The drinks are super cheap (compared to Milwaukee) and great tasting. They even have a few larger drinks to share between people.The sandwiches come on homemade bread which is baked fresh daily. I highly recommend the Cranberry Turkey sandwich, the focaccia bread was so soft and perfect.
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