A chain pizza restaurant like no other. Unbeatable quality and generosity. 100% pure, fresh, never frozen Wisconsin cheese, highest quality Italian meats and toppings, Local produce in season, and dough made fresh daily, all coming together to create a delectable dining experience.
Serving Mediterranean, Greek , Italian & American Cuisine. Such as Gyros, Spinach Feta Dip, Calamari, Spanakopita, Greek Salads, Appetizers, Soups, Spreads & Dips, Salads, Pastas, Platters, Dinner Entrees Such as Baby Lamp Chops, Burgers & Sandwiches. Children’s menu such as Grilled Cheese and so much more.
Inside the former mill that is now Mill Street Bistro Bar, servers deliver entrees of buffalo, beef, and elk sourced directly from the owner's farm. In addition to handcrafting locally sourced entrees that have included pan-fried Lake Erie perch and beer-brined, center-cut pork chops, the chefs also flambé cherries jubilee tableside for dessert. Post-dinner patrons may meander to the outdoor patio to smoke an imported cigar from the restaurant's humidor.
Great American Cookies freshly bakes a wide range of dentist-defying goodies, including a pleasing plethora of brownies and cookies such as white-chunk macadamia, M&Ms, pecan supreme, and snickerdoodle. Relive the wonderment of wide-eyed youngsterhood with merry mouthfuls of a Big Bite ($0.89) or Double Doozie ($1.99) cookies, pick up a half-dozen regular cookies ($7.99), snag a delectable cookie cake ($11.99) and surprise your bearded alter-ego, or hone gift-giving skills for your significant other with a heart-shaped tin ($16.99) of cookie creations. A regular 20-ounce fountain soda ($1.59) or a nice tall glass of even more cookies will quench sweetly inspired thirsts.
Revolver turns out a rotating menu of simple seasonal dishes that combine local and organic goods with atypical ingredients. Owner and chef Michael Bulkowski creates an atmosphere of fine dining without the risk of extended pinky-finger sprains with playful small plates such as organic greens with beets, blue cheese, and pistachios ($5). Latent hunter-gatherer instincts alight as forks harpoon the Pekin duck breast with cauliflower slathered in a spinach and farm egg vinaigrette ($24) and dip bites of locally raised bone-in ribeye into sides of creamy polenta ($37). Toast confluent tastes with a libation from chef-selected wine and craft beer lists, and complement meals with a sultry glass of the Qupe syrah ($12) or regal bottle of Dark Horse Brewing's Sapient Triple Ale ($5).
Fans of battered appetizers will appreciate Mudflats' expansive selection. Dunk fried pickle chips into vats of ranch ($5.49), or try the potato skins ($6.99), full loaded with melted cheddar, crispy bacon, and sour cream. For those preferring a lighter bite, opt for a signature salad such as the Sunburst ($9.99), a fresh and fruity favorite with baby spinach, fruit, feta, red onion, nut brittle, and homemade cinnamon Tabasco vinaigrette. You'll also find a sizable list of sandwiches and burgers.