Took my daughter to eat and have ice cream before she started school. She loves the tree house. Always love trying the different custards. Fun place for kids.
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The food was very good. I thought it was a restaurant with table service only to discover you order at the counter and then seat yourself while waiting for your number to be called. So with a large group, you have to be patient. It...More
We've been going here with our kids since they were very young. The food is consistently good and it's a neat place for the kids set as a tree house. The owners are the best. They have delicious custard as well for dessert. Would definitely...More
Helped with my daughter's move and went for a quick bite to eat after setting things up. Didn't want a chain - hoping for a local spot. Its really more of a little kid family outing - and parents who don't really care if their...More
Good food and friendly staff and good location with convenient parking in front. It is a pleasant place with great memorabilia all around. An excellent location for young and old alike.
We went here with our 18 month old and were excited about the experience. We were disappointed with the children's menu options as well as the price for being a restaurant targeted towards children. Food was decent but nothing to be too excited about. We...More
Took the family their for dinner. The grandkids love the place. Lots of games to keep them entertained. Food is great, some of the best burgers in town.
Shroomy burger was very tasty. Didn't realize they charge 1.00 more for a pretzel bun. Totally not worth 8 plus dollars for a burger.
You'll find fast friendly service with great burgers, malts, and frozen custard cones or sundaes. While not the cheapest burgers, the atmosphere and quality of food more than makes-up for it. The family that owns the restaurant are great supporters of the community and deserve...More
If you want a good burger and frozen custard and fun atmosphere visit here. Very family oriented. We will definitely eat here again when we are back in Racine.