The 10 Best Lunch Spots in Wisconsin! By
Load up mid-day at our favorite lunch spots around Wisconsin. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite on the run, the perfect spot for a date, or an excellent space for a group lunch, there’s a spot in Wisconsin for you. Here are our 10 favorites.
Everything that’s good about Wisconsin can be found at The Old Fashioned. Share an artisanal cheese platter, cheese curds, or some onion strings. Grab a beer and order up their signature Friday Fish Fry. There are tons of weekly specials and a lengthy soup and salad menu.
Monk’s is your one stop shop for everything food related. Catch a burger, a wrap, soup, salad, fries, cheese curds, chicken wings, quesadilla, mac and cheese, and so much more. Monk’s is the perfect place to stop with the family or to meet up with friends.
Sprecher’s Restaurant & Pub is the perfect place to sit down for lunch. Try their signature Sprecher’s sodas and beers for an added local taste. With five area locations, there is sure to be one close by. Their extensive menu will be sure to please everyone in the family.
Calling all comfort food and drink lovers. Stop by the Comet Café for tasty lunch served up fresh. Order the best Broiled Artichoke Dip this side of the Mississippi and kick it back old school with a grilled cheese and tomato soup. Comet Café will never disappoint.
Raise your hand if you’re a burger lovin’ Wisconsinite. AJ Bombers has got you covered. Serving all things burger related. Check out what all the food magazine and TV shows are raving about. If you fancy a traditional burger or are looking for something a little less mainstream, stop by AJ Bomber’s four Wisconsin locations.
The Hungry Peddler opened its doors in 1976 and hasn’t looked back. This cute, little lunch spot is the perfect place to fill up on food. Famously known for their hamburgers and beer, their menu is rather long and their weekly specials are to die for.
If you’re in the Madison area and looking for a little more sophisticated of a lunch spot—Bonfyre American Grille is the place to be. Quality food and great prices from a locally owned and operated restaurant.
Taylor’s Peoples Park in Waukesha has the best brunch to lunch transition. Whatever you are up for eating they serve it. Start the lunch off right with a mimosa, beer, or mixed drink. Ask to be seated on People’s Park rooftop deck.
The Northwood’s best dining on the water is at the Thirsty Whale. They are a family friend’s restaurant by day and a hot spot at night. Pull up on your boat, tie it up and stay a while. It’s the perfect place to stop for lunch after the noon bell.
You’ll find hearty portions for a great price at Two Brothers Family Restaurant. While they serve food 24 hours, their lunch menu is to die for. Check out their lengthy menu from steak to salads. These homemade platters and desserts will give your mama a run for her money.