Baron Brook’s

122 E Jefferson St
Spring Green, 53588
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Baron Brooks is the quintessential Wisconsin Bar. Locally owned with friendly small town service and a fun atmosphere. Come in to sit at the bar for a beer and a burger and watch sports on the large screen above the bar. The locals are always friendly and welcoming and the prices can't be beat. We stopped in after the busy Spring Green Art Fair and enjoyed a few beers and fresh made burgers. They offer several other hot sandwich choices. The bar always has special events, trips to the Brewers, happy hour specials, Roll the dice specials and of course the Mystery $1 Shot. If you are in Spring Green Baron Brooks is worth a stop for sure.

(608) 588-2882

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Prem Meats & Catering

E4782 Kennedy Rd
Spring Green, 53588
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Finally--a wonderful new store that makes you want to shop local!! Delicious meat choices, well displayed as well as dinner ideas for commuters making a quick stop on the way home. Great displays of local products, but also some thought put into what the customer wants--not just want the owner wants to do--something so often overlooked in small business. Lovely facility--roomy and clean-- and staff is accommodating and friendly --open to suggestions for products. Fair and competitive pricing--will surely succeed with their location and service. Hope they will be wise enough to advertise weekly specials to attract business as it grows and not assume everyone already knows about them. One suggestion: post hours prominently so one doesn't have to leave highway to see them.

(608) 588-2164

Caterers, Meat Shops

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Freddy Valentine’s Public House

134 W Jefferson St
Spring Green, 53588
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Went there Dec. 30th, ordered the baby back ribs with cornbread and reuban wrap with sweet potato fries. I was at first skeptical ordering ribs at a place that did not seem to have a smoker. When I was told I they used hickory chips in the their smoker and the ribs were smoked like authentic barbecue should be, it caught my attention. When the food came, I was pleasantly surprised. They were fall off the bone awesome. Good smoke, and a great bbq sauce to go alone with it. The cornbread was awesome too. My girl friend ordered the reuban as a wrap, which was customized by the kitchen staff. Awesome to note that a kitchen is willing to customize orders for patrons. The sweet potato fries were crisp, and hearty, with a just enough coarse salt. Finally the dessert. We ordered apple raisin bread pudding. It was a bowl full of goodness. Slightly sweet, with apples, jumbo raisins, and a touch of cinnamon. Coffee for one served in an elegant French press was a great compliment to this dessert. All in all, they have a special thing going on here. Great local produce and meats from local sources. A good beer selection from local breweries as well. I hope they can keep it going. We will be back for sure!!!!
Excellent experience. My wife had a brandy Old Fashioned and enchiladas, I had a Manhattan and a Public Burger (previous Yelpers having extolled their praises). Excellent food and drinks all around.
Great service, great food, great drinks, great atmosphere. Next time I'm out in Spring Green I'll definitely return.

(608) 588-0220

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Rumbleseats

E4851 State Rd 14
Spring Green, 53588
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This is a great throwback pit stop... Big bonus per our very nice waitress... They are very dog friendly... Dog treat provided. We had a blt, bacon cheese burger, root beer float, and chocolate malt. I'd say the float and the malt were the highlights of what we ordered. It's a locals joint and I like locals joints.
Rumbleseats is what remains of an old A&W location that lived its life from (at least) the 60's thru the early 90's. Have visited here (under the A&W label), well, since before I was "here" in the traditional sense. So, I'm a little predisposed to liking this otherwise independent place. They have an eat-in area inside the restaurant itself, as well as the old-school drive-up / pull-in parking spots served by the usual sort of things (window-hook food trays, and whatnot). Keep in mind that most menu offerings are fairly messy to eat when you decide where to eat. The food has its fair share of from-frozen ingredients that are only fried on site. Fairly meh, food-wise, though certainly a step above usual fast food. Nothing I've eaten over a few dozen visits is especially standout, but, again, nothing was terrible. They still make the best of a frosty root beer - at least as of my last visit - since, even if it's not a craft brew, the root beer tastes fresh, and is infinitely improved by a frosty mug, ice cream included or not. A place for a stop if it's on your way / convenient. You're probably in for a disappointment if you select Rumbleseats as a destination spot. And be prepared for $$+ prices for fairly standard fast food fare (except it's served at 'when we get to you' paces...) For what it is, it definitely checks all the boxes adequately; though my recent charge (more than 20$) for one burger, small fry (both of which needed salt and pepper and any sort of seasoning, ftlog, desperately), a soda, and tip seemed a bit excessive, price- & ingredient wise, and not consistent with other visits. Laissez les bonnes temps...well, not do much of anything.. Must add - staff disappearing after leaving a check is pretty bull ***. Meh. I hate to say it, but I probably won't be fussed to go back. Absurd prices, awkward and bad service, badly cleaned soft drink lines (diet coke shouldn't have a minty fresh feel, just saying...). May stop in for a root bear after APT, but it'll only be for nostalgia's sake.
This cute, retro diner has the best root beer float I have ever had! The free root beer refills make it even better. The food, service and atmosphere make it a great place to go to and it was the best place we ate at on our trip to Spring Green.

(608) 588-2924

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The Shed

123 N Lexington St
Spring Green, 53588
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Hidden gem! Great food & awesome pies! Go for dessert anytime, have a Tom & Jerry during the holidays. One of the best T & J batters around.
I don't understand the good reviews. This place is pretty lackluster at best. I had heard of this place before, so for lunch my wife and I stopped in. It really does kind of look like a shed on the inside, for whatever that may be worth. My wife ordered a cod sandwich. I ordered a Reuben sandwich. We ordered no alcoholic drinks. That is most likely our biggest mistake. Had we ordered copious drinks, maybe we would not have noticed that the cod sandwich was one of those from-frozen square fish patties on a hot dog bun. My Reuben was okay, but also seemed to be a slapped-together conglomeration of freezer fare. It didn't contain a lot of meat, and lacked the spiced pickled flavor of good corned beef. The sauce was served on the side and tasted like something straight from a cheap salad dressing bottle. We both received a small pile of potato chips on the side that were mostly small pieces like what you might find on the bottom of a chip bag. The cottage fries were also the kind you would get frozen from the grocery store, and could have used another minute in the fryer. I have read reviews calling this a "dive." Ok. If you look up "dive" in a dictionary, it will read something like, "a shabby and disreputable establishment (as a bar or nightclub)." Perhaps by that definition, The Shed is a dive. If you are into that sort of thing, help yourself. I'll go to Culver's first before The Shed.
The shed wasn't as much of a dive as some of the other reviewers have suggested. It's a comfortable little small town bar with a nice little dining area. The locally brewed beers were the highlight of our visit while our burgers were quite good but nothing to write home about. The brews were five bucks a pint and the burgers, served with chips (no fries) were about $6.50. The Shed charges 25 cents each for lettuce, tomato and onion which drives the price of your burger up a bit and seems excessive--besides just being annoying. Our server was pleasant and attentive.

(608) 588-9049

Bars, American (New)

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Wisconsin Riverside Resort Inc

S13220 Shifflet Rd
Spring Green, 53588
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Note: The spot is in Spring Green, WIbut as usual Qype won't recognize places under 10,000 people! Come on boys, get on this ;) We didn't stay at the campground, but rented a group of 10 canoes from this place pretty last minute for Labor Day weekend due to another vendor's mess-up. Not only accommodating, their set up for canoe launch and pick-up is top notch. Drop off is right by the car park, minimizing the hauling and packing of your gear and they pick you up the next day and load it all up for you. Easily accessible, people were super friendly and place is outfitted with plenty of bathrooms for changing, a bar and ice machine. It's like a little camping haven in the middle of Wisconsin (one of many, I'm sure). Set right on the Wisconsin river, it's a great start to any 15 mile float trip! Find yourself a sandbank and set up shop, you'll enjoy it.
Had been going here for over 20 years...sometimes more than once a year. I've arranged & commonly brought around 50 people (& as many as 70) on these weekend/overnight on the river canoe trips. Over the years the place has grown from a few drunks at the bar, cheap canoe rental, one of the drunks driving you to the drop-off site, & an unmowed back 40 primitive campground full of mosquitoes & dog crap into a full-service "yogi bear" type campground atrocity. While the facilities have improved the population is oppressive. Over the last 3 years or so in particular the tent site camp lot has turned into an endless (literally through dawn) overcrowded party including loud music, fireworks, raging drunk yelling matches, wandering dogs, & over used porta-potties. If you're looking for this kind of thing then you've found heaven. If not, well you've been warned. Last year (2010) I hosted yet another annual canoe trip through here & it was the last I ever will. Besides the campground drunkfest, after a full day of canoeing & in the midst of setting up camp on a sandbar in the middle of the river, our group was visited by 2 boats full of DNR & Sheriff officers including a drug sniffing dog. Besides a cooler check for glass (no glass allowed on the river) the drug dog searched all of us & our equipment without any reason, provocation, or necessity. Then to top it off it proceeded to shit in the middle of our campsite... good times. The hassling from the DNR (Dept of Natural Resources) had become prevalent over the last couple years but I always thought it good policy to keep the glass off the river & considered the occasional check warranted. Our group was stopped for checks twice in that one weekend & 2 boats in our group were stopped 3 times. Nothing like a nice relaxing getaway eh? I know the economy has been bad but shaking down the tourists seems desperate. I know the "resort" has no control over the actions of the local police & DNR but the whole ball of wax has become a terrible joke. Do what you want but I've done a lot of these & my advice is to find another river in another state.
We went on 8/17/12 and it was our first time there. We reserved site R5 and we couldn't open our slides because of a tree. So they moved us to site R8 and we had a awesome time there fishing and walking on the sandbars. The tubing was fantastic! My only complaint is that you can't make reservations for next year. They have one day to make them if you are lucky not to get a busy signal. The Jacobson's

(608) 588-2826

Campgrounds, American (New)

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Culver’s Frozen Custard

E4919 US Hwy 14
Spring Green, 53588
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Culver's is Culver's-y. You pretty much always know what you're going to get and this location is no different than any other. The food was hot and fresh and delivered to our table promptly. The staff was mostly teenagers, and they were friendly and had a good run of the place. Usually I would give a Culver's four stars, but this particular location had a couple of hiccups. The ladies rest room is set up really poorly - when walking in I almost bashed the woman washing her hands with the door because it swings open right into the sink area with very little room in between. I was also almost hit when washing my hands - unless you are right up to the sink you're in the way of the door. Our food was delivered without any napkins or silverware; not a huge deal but most locations will bring them to you with your food. I was easily able to grab napkins at the condiment counter, but had to wait in line at the register to get utensils. The "BBQ Beef Special" is a sloppy joe. Considering that they serve pot roast, it was a bit of a surprise that the $5 sandwich looked like a cafeteria cast off. My mother called sloppy joes barbecue when I was growing up, so it's probably a Wisconsin thing, but it's not at all what my boyfriend was expecting and probably not what the average person thinks of when they see the term BBQ. Not a bad visit by any means, but compared to other locations this one falls just a little short.
Service was slow. They didn't have enough fried chicken for my 4 piece order and had to cook more. Took about 20 minutes.. I'm sure the fries were cooked some time that day, just not very recently. They had a dry outer shell filled with what seemed to be mashed potatoes. Fried chicken was good, not greasy.
This Culver's is like any other Culver's. I had the fish sandwich and enjoyed it. The kids had cheeseburgers and chicken tenders. I requested applesauce with all three instead of fries but got one with applesauce and two with fries, but it wasn't the end of the world and the kids barely noticed. The people working there were friendly and the place was tidy.

(608) 588-2305

Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

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Arthur’s Supper Club

E4885 State Rd 14 & 23
Spring Green, 53588
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I am not sure why the reviews are so bad here - I give honest reviews and this place blew me away. As a traveler, you are at times overwhelmed as to where you should go eat. This was a recommendation from our hotel. She wasn't sure but we had already gone to the other place she suggested. We ordered the chicken park, the petite prime and a children's chicken tenders for our son. I am currently expecting and had to ask for my petite prime well done. When it came I thought, I can not eat all of this meat! THIS WAS THE BEST STEAK I HAVE EVER EATTEN! It was not only cooked perfectly well, it was not burned (as most are when you ask for them well done), but it was juicy and amazing. Suffice it to say, I ate all of it and could have had more! My husband's chicken parm was gone and so was my sons food. I finished it with a slice of Ultimate Chocolate cake, which was nice after a long day.
Look, I don't mean to be hateful, but the fact is, this place is still named "Arthur's Supper Club" for precisely the same reasons that the food currently served (ugh!!!!! - I hesitate to even call it food) is inedible. True, this wasn't always the case. But the last time this place served a palatable meal was *at least* 10 years ago, and that's considering one hell of a nostalgia factor. Yeah. Before that, when I was a kid, only the adults got to go to Arthur's on special occasions. "Kid's table" was a frozen pizza or leftovers, all eaten from home, supervised by an older sibling or cousin. No kidding. So...this place is the terribles. Really. Food? Service? Ambiance? Meh. Eh.?. Anything? (No, really, when you're pissed off during or after your visit: you were warned.) It appears to me, as a bystander, that (honestly and earnestly) Arthur's and the Round Barn are conducting a neck and neck race to oblivion, which is a shame for the area.
After reading the plethora of negative reviews for this place, I had to do some internet research to make sure this was the same restaurant we experienced yesterday. Granted, we just ordered from the Drive-Thru, but we both thought our Prime Rib Sandwiches were the best Drive -thru meals we've ever had. Thick, juicy slabs of tender Prime Rib on a toasted Ciabatta Roll, Krinkle-Cut Fries were perfectly crisp outside, yet fluffy inside.They even came with a cup of Au Jus, a cup of 1,000 Island like dipping sauce and a Pickle. All of this was $6.99! Even the Soft Serve Shake I had was Thick, Rich and very chocolaty! I've never been in the restaurant, but this meal was definitely worth 5 stars!

(608) 588-2521

American (Traditional), Steakhouses, Breakfast & Brunch

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Riverview Terrace Cafe

5607 County Rd C
Spring Green, 53588
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(608) 588-7900

American (Traditional), Cafes

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Pizza Pit

E4905 Hwy 14
Spring Green, 53588
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(608) 588-9377

Chicken Wings, Pizza, Sandwiches

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