Happened in on our downtown walk in Minocqua, what a pleasant surprise. Typical pricing for the area. Good portions and flavors are on point. You can "feel the love" in the food. These are people that care.
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I ate here for dinner with my family on a Friday. It is within walking distance of the BW & Americinn in downtown Minocqua. I had the fish fry and the two filets were plenty for me. The food was good but nothing outstanding. I'd...More
This little gem hidden right downtown Minocqua provides a relaxing tasty experience. The service was excellent. The menu had a good variety. Prices on rhe high side, but this was expected for being right downtown. "Old time" supper club feel. I would go back.
My fiancé and I are locals, travelers and foodies and over the years you develop your go-to places. She isn't from here and I realized we'd never gone together to Polecat & Lace, so we ventured in for lunch on a quiet Spring day without...More
Every trip to Minocqua, I go here for their White House open-face sandwich. It's indescribably good as is everything else. Their menu is broad with items that are their own specialties, and usual selections that you would expect. The atmosphere is rustic but classy. Love...More
We started out with a house glass of wine, which tasted better than most wines twice the price. The owner was sitting next to us and it was obvious that he cared about every patron that walked into his establishment. The bartender is an absolute...More
Polecat and Lace has great food, service....in a warm, comfortable atmosphere. The menu is varied with something to please everyone's palate!
Worst service ever! Off season for Minoqua and the restaurant was NOT busy. Two waitresses, one buser and one bartender. We waited forever for our server, Karen B. to greet us, then after she said she would be back in 2 minutes, 15 minutes later...More
We happened to come here on a Wednesday night at 8:00pm in Winter. This town is dead during this time. The restaurant has a welcoming atmosphere slightly between the Northwoods and an English pub. With real linenplacemats and napkins. Despite being only 2 of the...More