Dark and gloomy atmosphere with mediocre food at a high price for what you get. Takes too long for lunch.
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Excellent service, good food, cold beer. Plenty of bar-games and lots of historical decoration. I would 100% recommend this place
I went here for food and drink it was great the staff were friendly and helpful I wanted to try some of the local brews which were great also the food was very good.
We had traveled all day and needed good eats quick and local.(never chains if possible). My husband remembered this location from his youth and though it had changed hands many time since then the original charm and bar was still there. There were the neighborhood...More
The Ivanhoe Pub had great food old world charm. It took me to a time that perhaps my grandma Mary may have enjoyed food from Germany. I enjoy their food.
the food is simple, but well prepared and tasty. the service is fast and helpful. great selection of beers. enjoyable experience.
We took a group of about 30 people here on a recent Saturday night - we didn't get there until late (about midnight) but we had forewarned them we were coming and they were ready for us. We wanted pizza but their pizza oven had...More
If you find yourself in Racine touring Frank Lloyd Wright's SCJohnson Corporate Offices and Wingspread, Ivanhoe Pub and Eatery is a good stop. On the outside, it seems like a place that wouldn't put out any decent food. But we were in a rush and...More
We were seated right away. Menu had traditional pub faire. The bangers and mash, Irish stew and pub burgers were especially good. The sweet potato fries were also delicious.
Expected more based on some reviews I read. Seated promptly but waited for service. Food was tasty but for what they charge the servings are small. They skimped on the fries on every dish. Very noisy place; don't go for a conversation.