Good was really great. The old general store turned restaurant is so wonderful. Waitress and staff were very friendly.
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We had just heard about the inn/restaurant while sitting at the Lake in Brown County. A couple from St. Louis mentioned how nice it was. After our outing/hike, we decided to go there. The restaurant was quaint with period pieces-well accented. Our server was excellent,...More
My husband and I cannot figure out what all the excitement is about! I had biscuits and gravy, consisted of very dry biscuits, gravy had little flavor, couldn’t taste any sausage. My husband had eggs, potatoes, bacon and was suppose to have been sourdough toast,...More
My wife and I have been visiting the Story Inn for 30 years. It has been 5 years since we last made the trip, and we wondered if it would be the same. In our opinion, it has only gotten better. The emphasis on farm...More
It took us a while to get to this restaurant but we were looking forward to a nice quiet breakfast. When we walked in, not one greeted us. There was one table being served and the other table had finished their meal. We asked the...More
I've eaten at Story Inn many times over many years, brunch and dinner as well. So when a friend visited from out of town and our ladies were shopping in Nashville, I proposed that we have brunch there. I'm over the quaintness, the brick-a-brack, and...More
Amazing meal. Amazing place. I was so impressed with everything. Wonderful service and attention to detail. Spent some time outside walking around and having cocktails. Will be back for our next anniversary.
Out of the way but soooooo worth it. Excellent food in a historic setting. Get directions and make sure you visit this fine restaurant.
Eating lunch at The Story Inn has become part of our tradition when we come to Brown County in the fall. The exterior would almost scare you away if you were hoping for a nice place to eat; it looks really shabby. But that is...More