Cafe Hilltop

125 Church St
Montello, 53949
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My vacation High Point. Been coming here for a number years and the Hilltop is my favorite breakfast spot in the area. Try the Mound.

(608) 297-2020

Pizza

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Subway

326 Main St
Montello, 53949
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Wonderful experience! Friendly service & great food. A real fun time! Fresh, fresh , fresh veggies & the variety is amazing! They are located in a shopping center so the shopping experience is fantastic! ! !

(608) 297-7170

Sandwiches, Fast Food

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Sparks Grill

N4460 State Rd 22
Montello, 53949
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Love this place for breakfast or lunch. It does get busy on the weekends in summer, worth the wait for their specials. We come here year round at least once a month if not more often.
We have breakfast at Sparks almost every Saturday. The food is excellent. The staff is wonderful. Eggs are always cooked to perfection , and they are really fast. It's all home cooking. The ham off the bone is the best ham around. Most restaurants around here serve those packaged ham slices. They don't compare to Sparks ham. Yum
Really enjoyed our lunch at the Sparks Grill while on vacation from Indiana. The six of us ordered a wide range of food and everything was delicious and well priced with very generous portions. Wait staff was helpful when we asked about local attractions. A great local find!

(608) 297-7902

Barbeque

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Granite Falls Supper Club

36 W Montello St
Montello, 53949
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Love love love this place. Old school supper club and cocktail lounge. OK, you don't get a relish tray, but to make up for it, they have a dessert bar. This dessert bar is sublime - like 12 different choices and everything tastes homemade. Dessert bar isn't available on Fridays because they have AUCE fish. Give it a try if you're ever in Montello.
We recently stayed with my in-laws who live in the Montello area, and they recommended we all go here for dinner. As their guests, we wanted to buy them a nice dinner, so they, my husband, and our two girls (7 and 12) went on Saturday night. The street parking being full, we turned into the alley leading to the back parking lot. The place looked a total dump. The back entrance is wedged by a set of stairs that must lead up to an apartment above the restaurant. It's also where the staff takes their smoke breaks. Amused, I thought, Hey, all signs point to this being a typical up nort' dining experience: tasty, generous, and cheap. SO. WRONG. On ALL counts. We went for dinner, and you typically don't order a hamburger and fries at a supper club on a Saturday night. So anything that was an option on the menu started at $11.95 -- for the liver and onions. Next up the price range was broasted chicken, at $13.95. Everything else was $16.95 to $29.95. Ouch. This was not going to be cheap. That left tasty and generous. I ordered the chicken and fried shrimp at $16.95. After placing our order, the waitress directed us to the salad bar. Surveying the four (seemingly) mayo-based salads, I took a small spoon of what appeared to be crab salad. Then I took some iceberg that was obviously dumped from a bag, and surveyed my dressing choices: ranch or mystery red. After selecting ranch, I sprinkled a few bacos on. Voila. Fine dining in the sticks. On to the soup. The choices were BLT and Chicken Gumbo. I chose BLT, because, well, bacon. Getting back to my seat, I tasted the crab salad, and discovered it was some sort of weakly sweet white rice and pineapple concoction. WTH? Blech. My first thought was, between that and the chicken gumbo soup, they must have had a massive amount of white rice leftover from last night's offerings. On to the soup. Oh, the tragedy. I am certain that bacon never did anything to deserve that kind of treatment. The soup base was a salty, flavorless white goo, with exactly three ingredients: bacon, lettuce, and tomato. Oh, no, you say, they wouldn't have put actual lettuce in a soup, right?? You would be WRONG, my Yelpy friend. It was limp and slimy, swimming in the white goo with a few chunks of uncooked tomato and flecks of bacon. Buried to the axles in this meal, there was no choice but to go on to the main course. Surely there's only one way to go from here, right? Out came my 8-inch wide oval plate (read: freaking SMALL) with two anemic pieces of broasted chicken (thigh and leg, couldn't spring for white meat at $16.95), a saucer with a thick pasty puddle of salted MSG instant potatoes (aka "Garlic Mashed"), and..... wait for it....... THREE shrimp. Three. Three! For $16.95! Did I mention this was $16.95? At this point, I started feeling like I was missing something. Did a famous person once eat here, and that's how this place hadn't closed down? The far wall was tiled in mottled smoked mirrors, and cheap brass sconces dotted the walls. The chairs were rickety and sticky. The tablecloths were vinyl and the place mats were lacey-edged paper. Blinking, I looked around me at the other patrons, wondering if I'd suddenly lost all perspective, or perhaps was having a minor stroke or aneurysm that was making me see the concave thigh and midget chicken leg as smaller than they actually were. Or was the unwitting participant in a prank video. No, I was perfectly healthy and there were no hidden cameras. This was reality, at the ritziest supper club in Montello. I pictured all the prom dates who came here, all nervous, believing this was Fine Dining. To my amusement and disbelief was added a tiny flame of anger. But there was still the dessert buffet, I thought, and midwestern Lutheran values could not, would not permit that to be a disappointment such as these. There was a lot of desserts. At first glance, it looked to be the saving grace of the whole dismal meal. Tortes, pie, bars, cookies, etc, all homemade. I took little bits of lots of things. Key lime pie, lemon torte, pretzel torte, fudge brownie dessert square, chocolate mint square, and some tiny cookies that would have been at home on a Christmas tray. They ranked from omg-awful-spit-into-napkin to OK. Sigh. The only drinks ordered besides water were my girls' sodas. The waitress never refilled them. The rest of us split two glass carafes of ice water. Our bill, with a 15% tip (because our waitress, while not attentive, was friendly, and we are not a spiteful people), was $115. Four adults, two children, no appetizers, no alcohol, no steaks, no lobster, and soup with lettuce in it. And that was the first and last time I shall ever visit the Granite Falls Supper Club of Montello.
Excellent food. Great atmosphere. Nice salad bar and dessert bar.

(608) 297-2252

Seafood, Steakhouses

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Ox Creek Resort

W5303 County Road C
Montello, 53949
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(608) 589-5390

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Town Pump Tavern

37 W Montello St
Montello, 53949
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(608) 297-9906

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Jeff’s Rivers Edge

24 W Montello St
Montello, 53949
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(608) 297-8414

American (Traditional)

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Drews Lakeside Bar and Grill

219 W Water St
Montello, 53949
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(608) 297-2834

Bars, American (Traditional)

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Stone Cutter

26 W Montello St
Montello, 53949
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(608) 297-9013

Delis

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Foxtail Gentleman’s Club

N4305 16th Rd
Montello, 53949
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(608) 297-7011

Nightlife, Restaurants

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