Nicely decorated restaurant (bicycle theme), tasty/hearty food, with good service. They also have a full bar.
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We stopped here for lunch on a Saturday and it was great! The place was very busy and we were seated immediately. Even with it being so busy, we were immediately waited on and our food came out very quickly. There were 5 of us...More
Sister-in-law was visiting and took 5 of us out for early supper. Waited a few minutes while tables were pushed together and set for us. Wonderful waitress, extra helpers too. Found out when our dinners were brought that one seafood dinner wasn't available. Free fries...More
This cafe offers good food but appears to be overpriced. Local beer is good but expensive too. The location is calm and the ambiance is OK.
As a repeat visitor (with friends from Chicago), I expected a 4-5 star experience. I was sadly disappointed. The service was rushed and our server was inexperienced. Menu remained delightful but food quality was below average....the egg dishes for brunch were runny and hastily prepared....More
After our walk along the lake shore, and before we headed out of town we drove through the neighborhood of beautiful homes in the upper east-side and ended up at the Hollander. It is a perfect fit for the beautiful neighborhood. The inside is appointed...More
Always scary to try a restaurant that has great reviews - and some terrible reviews... But despite several reviews on poor service, my husband and I experienced excellent service and delicious food, complete with a gluten-free menu. We went for the fish. I had the...More
Wonderful place to start off your weekend with a lingering breakfast as service seems to be a bit more casual. Food is always very good.
Was recently Milwaukee to visit some friends and we went to Cafe Hollander. We ordered Beignets, a couple Chicken Avocado Wraps, the Short Rib Brunch Poutine, and a couple of Kid's Mac N Cheese. Everything was delicious. Our server was Leser and he did a...More