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“One of my favorite places in Baraboo”

Quindt's Towne Lounge
Ranked #13 of 69 Restaurants in Baraboo
Dining options: Reservations
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Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed April 17, 2014

Quindt's never disappoints as opposed to others in town. Good Burgers and Specialty sandwiches. Free popcorn while you wait. And we've always had good service.

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1  Thank JohnB59686
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Reviewed July 16, 2013

This place is a dump, hasn't been updated since the 80's and probably not given a thorough cleaning since then either. You enter the place through the bar, which has a lot suspended ceiling full of water stains. You are greeted by a hostile and slightly drunk old woman who assigns you to a table. If you ask for a different table, she becomes increasingly belligerent. The tables are cheap and rickety, the chairs are not much better. Everything in the dining area is old, dated, worn and dirty. The blonde waitress was rude and also seemed a bit hostile. The food was bland, undoubtedly coming out of a Sysco can or frozen. Our dinner rolls were dried out and were returned to the kitchen, most likely to be served again. The steaks were tough, greasy and full of gristle. The baked potatoes were old and dried out, almost as tough as the meat. The vegetable was some sort of frozen mix and was rubbery. The rude waitress did not return until we had given up and eaten most of it, all of our glasses were empty and we would have ordered several more drinks, given the opportunity. This place needs to be on "Kitchen Nightmares", it is that awful.

5  Thank Ron H
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Reviewed April 2, 2013

We found the food to be good and the service even better! We had soup and sandwiches for lunch. They were good and the prices were very reasonable. We enjoyed it enough that we went back a few days later for the fish fry. The fried fish was just ok. It was a little greasy and the batter had no seasoning. However, I had the Reuben and it was good. The place could use a little updating, but it is clean, the staff is friendly, the food is good, and the prices are reasonable.

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Reviewed April 1, 2013

I have been here a few times, we dont go back because i didnt like the 80's much. You walk in past the bar , kind of stand next to the bar and wait to get seated. The tables are like card tables at my grandmas house. You cant move your seat backwards or you will hit the guy behind you. the waitress has to pick a path to get to you. I cant imagine what this place is like on a friday night. The parking lot is always full. Yes COPS like it, a cop will sit across from this place. So if you drink you better not drive. The food reminds me of the 80's and not in a good way. the worst part for me is they have a working pop corn maker and it stinks up the place.

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3  Thank wisconsinguy2424
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Reviewed March 26, 2013

Quindt's Town Lounge is always good. The food is consistently good quality and the cost is always reasonable. We enjoyed a cocktail and draft beer prior to dining and nibbled on their complementary pop-corn while waiting for our orders. I had their chef salad which was out of this world. Healthy portions of cheese, ham, turkey hard boiled egg lettuce and red onion slices. My wife enjoyed the Towne Burger with their special waffle fries. Their burger is special, it's plenty big and done exactly as you asked for it. With tip we left pleasantly nourished spending about $25.00. Casual dining and a great value!

Thank Chris A
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