They have been open for about a month; so my husband and I tried it today for lunch. I had a Bud Lite Lime; he had water; he had a cajun burger w/ blue cheese crumbles, waffles fries, and a pickle - I had a chicken philly with waffle fries and a pickle - we also ordered a cheese curd appetizer - total came to $28. The place is airy with lower tables for 4 along some of the windows, high tables in the center area, and a large wrap around bar with lots of seating. There are plenty of large tvs for sporting enthusiats - this being March madness - quite a few BB games and a couple w/ the Nascar race. There is a back from with a single table, tv, and large area for shooting a game of pool. The wait staff was friendly and the food arrived in a decent amount of time - hot and very good. The cheese curds were beer battered. They were busy yet attentive - there was a fun crowd of 20-somethings to retirement age folks out for a bite and beverage. Many of us were cheering on the Badgers. There were a couple tables with kids - no problems there; just good fun being had by all. I will return - I like a place where I can kick back and relax - between the good food, nice old brick facade environment, and friendly crowd - I recommend trying this location for lunch and even a casual dinner. The menu had typical appetizers for a WI bar/grill - soup and salads, wraps, burgers, limited selection of sandwiches. The burgers, wraps, and sandwiches come with fries (waffle, crinkle, or steak) and a dill pickle spear. Generous sizes. The sign says they also serve breakfast but I didn't see the menu for that.
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