Midwest Living Review
The large, sunny restaurant at this resort has views of the close-by Chippewa Flowage from two walls of the main dining room, creating a sunny, cheerful spot to dine. Extremely large portions of food are a little overwhelming, but delicious. The onion rings are practically the size of fists and the club sandwich would feed two or three people. The Indian Taco, a Wednesday night special, practically fills an entire food basket by itself. Everything is so good, you'll have trouble stopping when you're full. The menu offers a nice variety, from pizza to sandwiches to steak, fish and pasta dinners. They serve breakfast, too. There's a full bar at the one end of the restaurant, and the large deck offers an inviting spot to eat overlooking the grassy banks and river. Terrific service, friendly and helpful. The Landing is open year-round, which is unusual in this resort community. In the summer, they are open every day. From November through March they serve on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. During the summer, Wednesday nights feature Native American Dancing. The resort portion of The Landing includes 7 modern vacation homes for rent. They each have a large, grassy backyard that leads directly down to the flowage. A small playground includes a climbing structure for young children and a sandbox. The big draw would be views of the lake and easy boating/fishing access (the resort also rents boats).