The culinary artisans at Good Times handcraft pizzas from scratch with a special mixture of Wisconsin cheeses before sending them off for fire-kisses in a stone oven. Gustatory glands go toe-to-toe with chewy garlic bread ($2.99+) or cheese curds ($4.99) to provoke growing appetites. Bedeck a traditional thin crust or classic hand-tossed pizza with a custom medley of toppings ($7.69+), or nosh on a specialty pie such as the monster, which arrives loaded with sausage, pepperoni, bacon, mushrooms, onions, green peppers, and black and green olives (12.39+). An array of salads, sandwiches, and 100% Black Angus burgers ($4.29–$7.79) occupy curious cutlery and fingers before they venture into light sockets. During temperate weather, an outdoor deck offers diners a place to feast amid a delicate breeze and flocks of serenading birds.
Springside Cheese Corporation is a family owned Wisconsin cheese manufacturer of traditional and flavored artisan cheese. One of the last few cheese factories in Northeast Wisconsin, Springside Cheese has been making hand crafted, rich and creamy cheese since 1908.
In homage to Harley-Davidson's legendary hogs, Steve "Doc" Hopkins built a 24.5-foot-long, 10-seat motorcycle powered by seven engines that he dubbed the "Timeline." Then, in homage to the bike, Hopkins opened the Timeline Saloon & BBQ. There, the cooks prepare what you might expect at a restaurant themed after a 10-seat motorcycle: barbecue. Though there's pulled pork, beef brisket, and chicken on the menu, the ribs are the standout dish. First, they're marinated in apple juice, teriyaki sauce, and maple syrup for 48 hours. Next, they're slow-roasted in the onsite smokehouse and slathered in one of five sauces. If you're worried that there won't be enough food, their cooks also prepare an epic, 7-pound burger.
Before or after your meal, explore the restaurant's sprawling premises, which include a Harley-Davidson dealership, classic car and motorcycle museum, antique shop, and zoo with alligators, a camel, tortoises, and other animals that would look cute in motorcycle vests.
Perched on 22 acres of picturesque land, this dashing dinner spot sates diners with regular and lighter-fare menus, all while boasting verdant views of a nearby pond and wildlife casting wistful gazes at the delectable edibles. Rev up appetites with the flavorful crab cakes ($8.99) or the shrimp-and-lobster crêpes ($6.99 for one, $10.99 for two) rolled in the thin french pastry of happiness. The ahi-tuna salad ($8.99) marries the sea and the garden on your dinner plate, and the build-your-own burger ($6.99 plus $.25 for each topping) begins with a half-pound beef foundation and food stores ranging from fresh mushrooms to jalapeños and red peppers. The center-cut choice rib eye ($16.99–$22.99) is a hand-cut slap to the face of hunger, and the half-pound of king-crab legs ($15.99) bestows the royal treatment on grateful taste buds. Pizzas and pastas abound, as do savory wines ideal for complementing delightful dishes and toasting live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights.