We stopped here by chance while traveling through the area on a Friday evening, and had a delightful casual dinner! This is a charming, quirky, small town place, with the owners doing the cooking and also serving as staff. We were greeted very warmly by Yvonne, who not only took good care of us, but entertained us with stories of the evolution of the business.
We started with bruschetta; Yvonne and her husband Cliff had made the whole-grain bread and salsa earlier in the day. It was unusual, but delicious. We ordered pizza, which again was unusual (more cheddar than mozzarella, with chunks of link sausage), but somehow it worked!
We then took Yvonne up on her suggestion of bread pudding for dessert. HOLY MOLEY!! It was amazing! Served warm and crispy with ice cream, whipped cream and cherries. Thank goodness we shared it, or it would have been overwhelming. The creator of this masterpiece, Cliff, came out and told us about his other favorite desserts and breads. He also suggested that next time, we order the bread pudding first, then fill any remaining hunger from the rest of the menu. Excellent idea!
From what I gather, the Café is only open for dinner on the weekends, and specializes in breakfast and lunch. It's fun, unusual and imaginative food. What more could you ask in small town Wisconsin?
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