This restaurant and the shopping area that was once associated with it are all closed permanently. We were very disappointed given that all of the current travel Info talks about it.
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I took my parents here for dinner it is a nice little restaurant it has good food they have kind of a separate area for the bar slash dining area and then they have like a full sit-down area for the restaurant the layout is...More
We stopped in out of curiousity one morning while vacationing in the areas. We spent hours in the delightful shops and ended up having a late lunch. We ordered the salmon BLT, the Cranberry Spinach Salad and the Chicken Salad Croissant. Everything was delicious.The bakery...More
Good service in the bar. Six of us showed up shortly before the kitchen closed but they served us good prime rib quickly. Probably will stop again next time through
Enjoyed the food, service and atmosphere. The European dishes were delicious. We were northbound passing through Tomah and stopped for the night. Saw the billboard and found the restaurant. We were greeted warmly and led to a table. Itwas like being in a European village.
Stopped in this evening with a group of 18. Usually that is a real order for any restaurant to handle. I called the reservations in this morning and they were ready for us when we arrived. We were just a tad tight on space so...More
The food here is always excellent, but I will caveat that with the comment that it is not cheap. There is a large dining room that is quite open, and also space for large parties. The downside of this large open space is the acoustics...More
We were on a road trip through the area, and lunch in the pub was very good. But it is a funky place--almost an indoor shopping mall construction with reception desk/clothing store, dining room, TV room, supermarket, and pub all attached.