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My husband and I enjoy coming to the Pub after church many Sundays. It's close to our home and the atmosphere is always friendly. We like to try their daily specials, but the beer cheese soup is the best!
Have you ever went to shop for a dining room table and end up eating instead? The Ashley Pub in Arcadia, WI is just the place to get a good deal and a delightful meal. They have daily specials plus a variety of menu choices...as well as cocktails. Over the lunch hour they can be very busy. You can call in an order for carry out. The service is great and food delicious.More
Who would think to go to a pub inside a furniture store? Well, the locals know. It is a small location and it was really busy while we were there at lunch time. I ordered the daily special which was a very tasty spicy chicken...sandwich with waffle fries. Everyone in our group was pleased with their selection. Definitely would recommend if you are in the area.More
We came for lunch on a Wednesday, and the restaurant was full. Our waitress informed us, nicely, that it would be at least a 15 minute wait for our meals. Not a problem. We wandered around the store and came perilously close to replacing our...living room furniture. The brisket sandwich and fries were overwhelming in size and flavor. My husband ranked it a 5. I ordered the walnut burger. Delicious! I did not miss the beef. It came with a side salad large enough to comfortably satisfy two. Can’t forget the Arnold Palmer’s which were served in a mug the size of a German beer stein. Wish we had discovered this our first day here. Definitely recommend.More
This small pub is located in the middle of Ashley Furniture Store in Arcadia, WI. It has a pretty varied menu from bread bowls to stir fry to burgers and fries. There were four of us and we each enjoyed the meal that we ordered....The food was good and the service was efficient and friendly. Portions were hearty. Loved the fact that you can shop for furniture and if you get tired and hungry, just stop and have some food and drink. I think they are open only during the day because they are located right in the middle of the store. Bathrooms are roomy and clean. It was an enjoyable stop and we would eat there again. The drive to Arcadia has scenic country views.More
Our Wednesday motorcyle group was on a ride from the Twin Cities through the Kickapoo River Valley for an overnight in Prairie du Chein. I called the Pub ahead, we had a group of twenty five, they set us up for lunch in their Garden,...great service, food, and a great value. What a nice place to have lunch, and in a furniture store. Luke, from Ashley, gave us a short informative presentation and information about Freedom Park.More
What a wonderful little pub! Reminds me of an old English pub you would see in Ireland! GREAT soup and nice sandwiches!! We were furniture shopping several times in a month and we stopped in to talk and decide what we wanted to purchase-service was...impeccable (but there was only 8 people in there at the time!). Cute place!More
If you're driving through Arcadia on Hwy 93, this is the best food in town. Great sandwiches and a full bar to boot!
It's inside the Ashley Furniture HomeStore and is styled after an English Pub. Great food at great prices. If you miss this,...you'll have to wait another 15+ miles until you see another restaurant.
And after lunch, be sure to see the largest Veterans Memorial in the U.S. A 54 acre park dedicated to our veterans and the conflicts they served in. It's approximately 2.5 miles from The Pub...just ask for directions of find the information here on TripadvisorMore
Years ago we looked at furniture here and enjoyed some warm cookies. We heard they now had a pub in the Ashley Furniture store. We were in town for a wrestling meet and wanted to eat better than concession food. We did get two different...entrees Fish sandwich and a Burger. Both were better than concessions. They had drink specials and it felt like an Old English style Pub.
The hours aren't typical for a pub, but then again how many pubs are in a furniture store!More