What’s your favorite restaurant for a Friday Fish Fry (or any other day)?
The results are in from our Battle of the Burgers survey. Thanks to everyone who participated!
The cubano is one of those sandwiches I’m likely to order when I see it on the menu. So with Cousins Subs offering one “for a limited time only” that I can pick up for a work lunch, I’m there.
The slogan “if Fleet Farm doesn’t have it, I don’t need it” might need an update.
Especially after people visit Mr. Tony’s BBQ food truck in the Plymouth store’s parking lot every Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
With the arrival of fall, I generally associate heavier food with darker colors, and nuts.
It’s a twist of fate that Sean and Tutts found their place in time. If the walls could talk you may find out great stories of what the previous establishment was famously known as, Schultz Tap aka Tillies.
“Frank’s Place started with a vision”, Emy Senkbeil, the manager of Frank’s Place commented. She went on to say, “The historic photos at the bar showcase an era of simpler times, when fedoras and sport coats were commonplace within these walls.
If your New Year’s resolution has already been shot, perhaps Kerri Robertson can help.
The 1999 Sheboygan North graduate bills herself as the Anti-Kale Health Coach. Because when people hear Robertson is a health coach, they think she is going to tell them to eat kale and do burpees.
It’s a common sight for many Sheboyganites – Sparky’s Hot Dog Stands, seen around at community events and on the corner of South 8th Street and Riverfront Drive.