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    Your Favorite Eastern Wisconsin Restaurants?

    What are your Favorite Eastern Wisconsin Restaurants?

    Some of mine are:

    Omicron/South Main Street, West Bend
    Linden Inn/(hours 4-9PM)Big Cedar Lake, Hwy 144, West Bend
    The Mineshaft/Downtown Hartford
    M J Stevens/ http://www.onwisconsin.com/dining/dining.asp?id=3132 Hwy 41, rural Hartford
    Texas Roadhouse/http://www.texasroadhouse.com/ Southside of West Bend
    Culvers/http://www.culvers.com/ everwhere in Wisconsin
    Judi's Place/Hwy V, 5 miles south of Sheboygan
    The Sawmill/Hwy 167, Richfield
    Woody's Steakhouse, (Lunch) Main Street, Kewaskum

    Riverside (Micro) Brewery and Restraurant, South Main, West Bend

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    Everyone that goes to Wisconsin for the first time has to stop at Culvers for a quick eat, get the burger and a malt. Just a fast food joint but its how WI does it and damn I miss it.

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    Crystal Creek Dairy House, Beaver Dam Hwy 33 (between Horicon and BD)

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    We've got a couple of Culver'ses down here in TexSux, one about 15 miles from me.

    I wonder if they've got the pumpkin milkshakes again this year? I'll have to stop in for lunch today.
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    Anyone been to the Jail House? Its straight east the the fairgrounds.
    Several people have suggested it but we have not made it there yet.

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    Third Ward Caffe

    No doubt about it. The best Italian Restaurant in Wisconsin.

    The Third Ward Cafee
    225 E St. Paul
    Milwaukee WI
    414.224.0895

    No connection, just an always satisfied customer. YMMV.
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    i can't remember the name, but it weas in sheboygan and this is what i had:



    it was delish. my riding partner had this:


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    Kurtz's in Two Rivers! Good imported bier on tap, and hot pretzels with hot honey mustard! Sandwiches and desserts, too.
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    Water Street Brewery in Milwaukee. Food is good (try a Scotch Egg) and the beer is better

    Whoa!!!! Almost forgot. Fred's in Burlington. They bill themselves as the World's Best Hamburger and its possible they may be right.
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    Paul Bunyans in the Dells. for breakfest.

    mmmmmmmm....pancakes.

    A lot of eatteries in Milwaukee, but I am thinking of one in the northern kettles, can't remember the name of it....smoke something, maybe?

    I think I will have to head up there to see.
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    Two of them. Double brats and roasted corn at the "Beer Tent" in Oshkosh during the fly-in and Wentz just north of Fond du Lac on the shore of Lake Winnebago for fish.
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    The Crocodile Dundee in Dundee, WI

    I've read this thread a couple of times and every time I try to think of my flavorite restaurant... my... mind... literally... boggles. There are just so dang many of them!

    But if I had to choose one, I guess that I would pick the Crocodile Dundee because it is on the Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive which is mentioned in another of BeerTeam's threads:

    Favorite Ride Thread

    Here is a picture of bmwrtgirl, lorazepam (I miss him) and me. Yes, that is a sandwich in my hands. Yes, it is about the size of my head.

    Good riding and good eating. Dundee is approx. 20 miles north of the fairgrounds if you take the Scenic Drive. After lunch you can continue north on some really lovely roads....
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    Quote Originally Posted by boxergrrlie
    I've read this thread a couple of times and every time I try to think of my flavorite restaurant... my... mind... literally... boggles. There are just so dang many of them!

    But if I had to choose one, I guess that I would pick the Crocodile Dundee because it is on the Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive which is mentioned in another of BeerTeam's threads:

    Favorite Ride Thread

    Here is a picture of bmwrtgirl, lorazepam (I miss him) and me. Yes, that is a sandwich in my hands. Yes, it is about the size of my head.

    Good riding and good eating. Dundee is approx. 20 miles north of the fairgrounds if you take the Scenic Drive. After lunch you can continue north on some really lovely roads....
    I like a big burger...with LTOMK.
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    OK so it's not eastern Wiscowsin, but if you get over to Mt. Horeb, don't miss the Blue Sky Cafe! YUMMY breakfasts and ask them to whip up an espresso milkshake for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boxergrrlie
    I've read this thread a couple of times and every time I try to think of my flavorite restaurant... my... mind... literally... boggles. There are just so dang many of them!

    But if I had to choose one, I guess that I would pick the Crocodile Dundee because it is on the Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive which is mentioned in another of BeerTeam's threads:

    Favorite Ride Thread

    Here is a picture of bmwrtgirl, lorazepam (I miss him) and me. Yes, that is a sandwich in my hands. Yes, it is about the size of my head.

    Good riding and good eating. Dundee is approx. 20 miles north of the fairgrounds if you take the Scenic Drive. After lunch you can continue north on some really lovely roads....
    bad news it was sold no more big burgers....
    I stopped there last august rememberring the big burger..normal size burgers now

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