Whether you're jonesing for a prime porterhouse or juicy rib eye, Five O'Clock Steak House has you covered. Vegan options are also available for those who avoid meat and dairy products. Five O'Clock Steak House guests can also take advantage of the many drink options offered here. Need room for one more? Add another to your party — Five O'Clock Steak House is great for large groups. You can tote your laptop here to take advantage of the free wifi. Between the music and the crowds, be prepared for a lot of noise at this restaurant.
Be sure to make reservations so you can get seated right away. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go.
If you're driving, be sure to take advantage of the nearby lot.
Save Five O'Clock Steak House for a splurge since prices for a meal can run upwards of $50.
In an interview with Andrew Zimmern of the Travel Channel, the owner of Solly's Grille divulged the secret of making his famous butter burger. That secret is simple: all you need are "two products that come from that fabulous cow." The first is sirloin, delivered daily to the restaurant by a local butcher. The second is a generous dollop of butter from a Wisconsin creamery. The butter is slathered onto the top bun, where it melts with house-made stewed onions and seared beef to create a decadent sandwich beloved by the state and America at-large. As evidence of the burger's popularity, Solly's Grille has been featured multiple times by the national media, including USA Today, the film and book Hamburger America by George Motz, Food Network Magazine, and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain's hit series No Reservations.
All that fame is even more impressive considering that the recipe for Solly's butter burger is more than 78 years old. Kenneth "Solly" Salmon founded the restaurant in 1936, and its menu still reflects these classic roots. The cherry pie is homemade with Door County cherries, complementing the roster of time-honored breakfasts and other great sandwiches. That's not to say that Solly's has resisted progress, however. Its fries, onion rings, and hand-breaded Alaskan Cod get their crispiness from cholesterol-free oil, and veggie burgers and gluten-free buns are available for those with dietary restrictions.
Sashay into Birdie’s welcoming confines and fill up on a variety of eats to help propel bone boxes through a gauntlet of daily tasks. Seize the a.m. by noshing on a croissant sandwich with egg, cheddar cheese, and a choice of sausage, bacon, or ham ($5.25), or grab a muffin on the go ($1.95). Seek shelter from gusty fall winds and warm up with a bowl of daily homemade soup served with a mini french roll ($5.25) or sink mouth bones into a cucumber croissant with green onion, cream cheese, and romaine lettuce ($5.25). Catch a whiff of the soothing aromas emanating from Johnson Brothers coffees while admiring the homey atmosphere that seems to be whittled from a cozy French villa.