Pie paradise! About a dozen fruit and cream pies are available every day by the slice (or whole). Pre-dessert, there are fine savory pies as well as sandwiches.
Kurtz's is a German-style delicatessen where you can count on excellent sandwiches and great imported beers and ales on tap.
Kroll's West is a huge restaurant especially loved by fans of the Green Bay Packers (whose home field is directly across the street). While it has a full menu of hot meals, salads, pizza, and sandwiches, the signature dish is a deliciously sloppy butter burger.
Anchor Bar serves the best hamburgers in the northland, accompanied by handsome hand-cut French fries. Each burger is a thick, hand-formed patty made of meat fat enough that is fairly weeps juice into the bun even before you apply finger pressure to lift it. It is not high-end prime beef, that's for sure, but its stout, blue-collar satisfaction is undeniable.
For those of us who arrive skeptical about the flavor potential of boiled fish, not to mention vastly oversalted boiled fish, this true-Wisconsin meal is stunning. The thick hunks of whitefish remind us of lobster: milk-moist, dense and fine-textured. Incredibly, their elusive freshwater sweetness is just barely haloed by the presence of salt.
Through the lunch hour, Jake's continuously hand-slices corned beef for the surfeit of customers who crowd into the old Jewish deli for sandwiches to eat here or to go. There is no corned beef anywhere so tender and so rapturously luscious. Slices come medium-thick and are piled into slick-crusted, Milwaukee-made seeded rye.