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  • Mari M.

    Best food in Spooner WI. Fresh, organic and tasty. We had the spring rolls, heathy salad and Thai quesadilla. They were perfectly spiced and beautiful. Only place to eat healthy in Spooner. Trust me on this. Added bonus: Starbucks coffee.

  • Diane L.

    We found Spooner Market and Grill on Yelp and it was another Yelp winner! We came for good coffee and breakfast and we weren't disappointed. We had a latte and regular coffee. Both were good. We had their multi grain pancakes, one with blueberries and 2 with chocolate chips. Exquisite, healthy and filling. We also had a vegan burrito with a cilantro salsa. Also excellent! The restaurant is on a picturesque small town street and has sidewalk seating. Very responsive staff too!

  • Scott J.

    GREAT breakfast here...love the breakfast sandwich to go. Nice location on "mainstreet" of Spooner.

  • Beach M.

    still love this place, but i miss the bison burger!

  • Zachary S.

    Just plain good. We three had breakfast, my potatoes were good and crisp, my hollandaise was fresh tasting, if that is possible (lemon?) and J got the pancakes and M got some scamble with smoked salmon. All was good. Fresh squeezed OJ too. I did almost choke to death on the pulp, but that is my own damn fault. We came back later that day after wandering into the various stores in the block and got a smoothie, and M bought a dozen of the most beautiful eggs I have ever seen, all free range and farm fresh. One was even greenish. Worth the visit.

  • Sarah R.

    Service was good, but the food wasn't. I ordered the Thai Quesadilla and the peanut dipping sauce was gross and the quesadilla that it came with was just cut up grilled chicken with cheese squished in a tortilla shell. The chicken wasn't even marinated. What a let down. My husband ordered a burger that came with pepperjack cheese and chipotle mayo. It was very bland for having what would seem like a bit of kick to it. Maybe they do other dishes better, but I won't be going back to find out.

  • Akemi F.

    Friday and Saturday night dinners are great. Chef Betsy cooks food you can not find any where around here and her menu changes seasonally Dinners are only open on Fri and Sat nights.

  • Meghan P.

    Major negative- the pop comes out of the fountain reeeaaaaallllllllllyyyyyyyyy sssssslllllllllllllooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwllllllll­lyyyyyyyyyyy. But if you get some soy milk or coffee you won't need to deal with that. Having spent weeks in Spooner, I've eaten at every single eating establishment (except one, but we might get there this week!). This is the top place, and we eat lunch here probably thee quarters of the time. Local, fresh ingredients, a variety of lovely daily specials. There's a regular menu too, with sandwiches and pizzas. They serve beer and wine, breakfast, lunch, and dinner (on some days, which varies by season. I know this because I've been spending so much time in this town. The dinner menu is fancier but I haven't eaten there in the evening).

  • Ryan K.

    We stopped for lunch. You order at the counter and then the waitstaff bring the food to your table. The food was fast though the restaurant was pretty empty when we arrived. I had the pesto chicken salad with walnuts and sundried tomatoes. It was tangy and fresh. The chicken was prepared well and there wasn't excessive dressing (a pet peeve). My wife had the mushroom Swiss burger. The meat was tasty albeit a bit dry as is common with organic beef. The mushrooms tasted especially fresh. As far as organic food goes it was very good. The decor is quaint and simple. I would recommend it for a simple lunch or one of their diverse daily specialities such as a hummus plate.

  • Jeffrey W.

    Chicken & dumplings over mashed potatoes was comfort food sublime, and the wild caught trout almandine over squash, collard greens and wild rice was superb! Next up, walnut pie ala mode!!

  • Yvonne C.

    Don't be fooled by the name: Market and Grill. That sounds like a place where you'd buy something for a picnic, and grab a burger. Three of us ate there on a recent Sat evening, and it was as good as many meals I've had in much bigger cities. Service was fast and friendly (we chatted with the chef), and everything was SO tasty! They only have 4 entrees on the dinner menu, but the two we ordered were excellent. A green salad came with dinner (which is hard to come by in northern WI in winter). Salmon cakes were huge and very tasty, seasoned with cilantro, and served over a bed of wild rice. The chicken and goat cheese tamales were spicy and flavorful, served with carrot salad. Desserts were amazing. We had a slice of chocolate cake, which was enormous, and the blueberry blintzes were delicious! If you're lucky enough to live anywhere near Spooner, or are just in town for vacation, head over to the Market and Grill and eat yourself silly for a reasonable price. (Desserts were only $4!, entrees in the $15 range).

  • Laurie R.

    Not a good place for large groups they will turn u away because they don't want the business in hopes other people show up - we were a group of 25 and he said we would have taken up half the restaurant and they would have had to turn other people away. There ware no other customers there at the time. Not good customer service if you ask me. We went to Casa Mexicana in Rice Lake instead and they welcomed us a whole lot better and the food and service was awesome!

  • Laurie H.

    What an outstanding find in a small town. Other reviewers are correct - this is not so much a market, as a restaurant serving local, high quality, and creative food. We enjoyed our sammys, but it was the soup that earned this place 5 stars. Wild mushroom and kale soup - it was excellent - and just perfect for a chilly fall day. The owner is a super nice guy and the fact we could even enjoy our lunch with a local New Glarus malty beverage was a lovely surprise. We will make this a must-stop on any trips "up north"!

  • Maureen Y.

    Stopped for a quick lunch and had their special - salmon patties and parsnip hash. It was sooooo good! The salmon patties had a delicious crisp coating, and the parsnip hash had lots of yummy flavors. Great sauce on the side. I can't wait to return!


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Opening Hours

  • Tue


  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Parking : Street
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : Yes

Spooner Market & Grill

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