We went to this place twice. Once the wait was so long that we left and went to Denny's instead. The other time we stayed, but we'd gone at an odd time to avoid the wait--it was almost noon when we had our breakfast. The prices were very high. I dined with just my eight year old son, yet our bill came to over $30--for breakfast??? I had an omelette and he had pigs-in-a-blanket. To have any sides, you have to order them off the menu--they're not included in the meal, so I ordered bacon on the side for my son, and hashbrowns to go with my omelette for me. We also split an order of blueberry blintzes for dessert. He drank apple juice and I drank coffee.
The atmosphere was typical for a family place. It was loud, and the tables were packed so closely together that we could hear everything being said (or yelled) at nearby tables. The waiting area was uncomfortable. There weren't benches or chairs for those waiting--everyone just stood around near the entrance or outside on the steps. (For those who have trouble with steps, there are steps leading to the entrance--I didn't see a ramp anywhere.)
The food was fine. Nothing spectacular, though. The waitress was friendly, but instead of refilling coffee, she brought a plastic container covered with a black sauce cup and put it on the table. I honestly thought it was hot syrup for my son's pancakes. I poured the liquid into the little sauce cup, thankfully, not directly onto his pancakes, before I realized that it was coffee.
There are several breakfast choices in the area. If you want to go to this place, expect a long wait. Each time we drove by, the parking lot was full. While the food was o.k., it doesn't merit this much of a wait, especially when there is so much to do in the Wisconsin Dells. I didn't think it was worth the time to wait for food at such a mediocre place. Also, the parking lot is rather small, so the cars are all jammed together, with very little space for backing up. When we went to leave, I had to wait because people kept walking behind my car. When I finally was able to pull out, getting onto the main road was scary. The sign of the restaurant juts out far enough that it blocks the view to the left somewhat, and since the restaurant is right after a slight curve in the road, this is dangerous. I gave up on turning out left, and ended up just going right and turning around.
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