Midwest Living Review
Relaxed outdoor seating under arbors and dappled shade overlooks a reed-shored cove and the Lumberjack Show grounds. On rainy days, you can find a bit of indoor seating, but otherwise it seems a shame to pass up the sunny spot for the dimly lit interior. Open for breakfast and lunch (seasonally only), the restaurant closes each day before the Lumberjack shows start, which is too bad because this would be a terrific place to take in the show. The menu includes tempting breakfast choices such as German apple pancakes, strawberry crepes and omelets plus lunchtime salads, sandwiches and wraps. If you're traveling with tots, the Face Pancake on the kids' menu will draw a smile.