Midwest Living Review
You can chow down lakeside in any number of places, but how about marshside? That's on the menu at Three Guys and a Grill, which sits on the edge of the Sheboygan County Broughton Marsh. The rustic-style restaurant features the requisite stuffed bear, deer and birds on the walls, plus lots of wood. About a dozen tables fill the room, plus seating for another 15 or so at the bar. The menu covers all bases, with a nice selection of typical appetizers, salads, sandwiches and entrees, like chef's salad, hamburgers, steak and chicken. But there are a few nice surprises -- the alligator bite appetizers -- and local touches, like the double-brat sandwich, and numerous fish options, from walleye and lake perch to bluegill. There's a solid selection of drinks, most notably the hand-muddled old-fashioned, a Wisconsin specialty perfected here. Everything tastes fresh and delicious, and the service is pretty good. The best part, though, is looking out the window while you dine. Not only can you see the marsh and its attendant wildlife, but there are all sorts of bird feeders, luring an even more diverse show. Due to a cattail problem, the marsh was drained in spring 2011 and is in the process of being refilled. Experts say it can be a full decade before all of the wildlife returns. But as of fall 2011, the scenery was still gorgeous (flowering plants now fill the marsh bottom) and there were still plenty of birds flying around.