Find out what Fast Food restaurants to try in Saukville. Saukville is a village in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 4,451 at the 2010 census. Most of the village perimeter is bordered by the Town of Saukville to the north and west, the Town of Port Washington to the east and southeast and by the Town of Grafton to the south and southwest.
Things to do in Saukville
4 based on 18 reviews
Our story began in 1972 when two Cousins, Bill Specht and Jim Sheppard, set out to bring their favorite style of sub sandwich from the East Coast to their new hometown of Milwaukee, Wis. Staying true to our foundersâ legacy of Better Bread. Better Subs.,
This restaurant used to be the best sub sandwiches place in Milwaukee. Over the past few years, it has stopped making fresh bread in the restaurant (in most of the branches) and as such has lost its edge over the other sub sandwiches. Here is my review:Pros:1. Multiple locations in Milwaukee2. Very good quality of foodCons:1. Diminished quality of food
4 based on 17 reviews
When I used to live here a few years ago, I would visit weekly to get my taco salad fix. So much so that I swear the employees knew me. This was 2 years ago. Our most recent visit was not so spectacular. We came in a few weeks ago on a Friday night and the place was PACKED. They've changed their menu around a bit since the last time we were in town, so it took my husband a few minutes to order. The employees, who seemed like local teenagers, were rushing to make all the orders. There were 2 people making the food and 1 girl on the register. Some of the employees clearly seemed new, because when my husband asked for the majority of the smoky chipotle cream to be put into his smothered burrito and not so much on top of it, the employee said "No." Flat out. I realize this is Qdoba, not Burger King, but I doubt it'd kill them to make the food the way the customer asks. I have a feeling this may have had something to do with the dictator of a manager that may have scared the employees with his potential wrath.. Speaking of, during this chaotic dinner rush, the manager stood behind the employees, barking orders. He began yelling at the girl on the register to take over food line duty just as we were about to pay. So I awkwardly stood there, waiting for someone to ring me up. Here's a suggestion for management: if the place is busy, don't bark orders to the employees. Perhaps it would be more efficient to stop standing around, dictating and help them? I felt bad for these kids. Customer service jobs are hard enough as it is, having a jerk for a manager just makes it worse. In fact, because of this guy trying to rush his employees, we left feeling very rushed, as well.On the bright side, guacamole is now offered free of charge on everything.
Nice sub restaurant, lots of choice, plenty of space inside, and lots of parking outside, good quality ingredients and good service, better than your average sub!!
4 based on 37 reviews
Stopped here for lunch for the first time and I wish I would have stopped years before.This locally-owned burger and custard place is a bit of a throwback with maybe 20 seats inside, with a couple of pinball machines and ringed with photos of notable people who have eaten there over the decades. It's a little pricier than a chain, but well-worth it.I made the mistake of ordering a double cheeseburger. Why was it a mistake? It was enormous. Seriously, a health-conscious person would be easily satisfied with a single patty. Actually, any normal person would be.Everything is made to order, but the wait is short even on a Sunday during the lunch hour.Highly recommend.
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