Nice to eat or drink in any of their cozy spots, inside or out. Good house-brewery selections and tasty dining fare, definitely not bar food!
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Visited on a Friday night and was very busy. Hostess stated a short wait and it was only about 15 minutes. Had a really nice variety on the menu including several German dishes. My husband and I both ordered different items on the German menu!...More
Good service, brewed beer and food in that order. The cheese curds, a Wisconsin staple, are a must have. The environment has some charm as brewpub style, although a bit dated. The cheesesteak was just ok, but sweet potatoe fries were good. Probably should have...More
Moderately easy to locate restaurant with parking front and back. Located on a couple levels, the dining is downstairs in the “cellar” which offers cool stone walls and pleasant atmosphere. Beers are really good, if a tad flat (tonight). I had the Kobe beef burger...More
Stopped in to sample a few beers and were pleasantly surprised that they offered a wide range of brews from pilsners to ones loaded with hops. Interesting building, although dark and cavernous in the afternoon. Our waiter was very friendly and helpful. Sampled our first...More
I’ve been here a few times and keep going back. The place itself is really cool- it’s in the basement of the building and looks like an old German wine/beer cellar. I’ve heard there’s a ghost (friendly) that haunts the place! The food is good...More
I'm old and grew up in Wisconsin. The Stone Arch is a brewery pub located under the Skyview comedy club. In my humble opinion, they brew the finest Scotch Ale that has ever passed my lips. Everyone in our group loved their food. A must...More
If you like thin crust pizza, this place does it right. Attended a small gathering here and the pizza was good and it kept coming. Beverage selection was good and the lower level grotto has great ambiance. I’m looking forward to trying this place again...More
Loved this place before they did the remodeling of the bar, it lost its cozy little bar atmosphere, besides the gentleman tending bar had no personality at one point I thought it was the janitor. It's to bad I loved this place at one time.
My first impression walking down the stairs into the restaurant was “wow”. It reminded me of castle ruins I’ve been to in Europe. Dimly lit but not too dark. Stone walls and aged wood everywhere. Beautiful fixtures. Nothing seemed overdone or “try-hard”. While waiting for...More