Grand Opera House


Worth the Drive: Sheboygan Falls

Posted on July 6, 2017 by Dan Meyer

Dining To-Do List

When you need…

A classic hamburger: The Point Drive-In

Some “vintage” burger joints are nothing more than an attempt to invoke nostalgia, but The Point Drive-In is the real deal. Founded in 1949, The Point celebrated its 68th birthday on June 23. The restaurant offered full carhop service until 1992, when a dining room was added and The Point became a full-blown restaurant. The roller skates are gone, but the family-owned business’ friendly atmosphere and classic burgers are here to stay.

077-SHF-Bread-BeanAn award-winning lunch: The Bread and Bean Eatery

If you see a line snaking around the sidewalks in Sheboygan Falls, it doesn’t mean that a new iPhone just came out. It means that The Bread and Bean Eatery just opened their doors for lunch. With four consecutive Sheboygan County Reader’s Choice awards under their belt, The Bread and Bean draws crowds with its delicious dishes based on local, fresh ingredients. If you’re visiting the Bread and Bean on a Friday, try the Pretzel-Crusted Walleye for a great take on the Friday fish fry. Another option? Grandma’s Famous Chicken Salad Sandwich, featuring a blend of The Bread and Bean’s secret seasonings.

To satisfy the whole family: Firehouse Pizza or The Parkview Restaurant

Please every member of the family with the culinary world’s olive branch: pizza. Firehouse Pizza isn’t limited to the basic pizzas you might get at your average chains. The restaurant offers signature pizzas like the Barn Burner and EMT, along with fantastic soups and salads. If you prefer the taste of all-American diners, stop by The Parkview Restaurant. The family-style restaurant has options for every meal, but it specializes in all-day breakfast. The Parkview Restaurant is a perfect spot to refuel after a full day of travel and exploration in Sheboygan Falls.

Fresh, café fare: Fall’s Café or Daydream Café

Fall’s Café is large by café standards, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner options for all palates. If you’re looking for coffee, Fall’s has the fuel to get you up and running if you’re in the midst of the dreaded mid-afternoon slump. The cafe even features great options for burger enthusiasts. Try the Super Burger, loaded with bacon and mushrooms on a half-pound patty. If you’re searching for a quaint, coffeehouse atmosphere, stop by Daydream Café. This little café is a local favorite, residing in one of the signature historic buildings of the downtown district located near the Sheboygan Falls historic walking tour route.

Meal You’ll Remember 077-SHF-Catalunya

It’s time to treat yourself. After all, you’ve earned it! Here’s how an unforgettable meal might look at Catalunya, Sheboygan Falls’ restaurant specializing in French, Portuguese and Spanish delicacies. Kick things off with an appetizer of calamari, served with Piri Piri aioli. Catalunya has soups, salads and burgers, of course, but try out the Paella Valenciana. The dish takes a bit longer to make, but it features a delicious combination of chorizo, chicken, shrimp, clams and mussels, all cooked together with saffron rice. Looking for a unique brunch spot? Catalunya serves up global entrees like chilaquiles and basque crepes on Sundays from 9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Up next: recreation in Sheboygan Falls

Bookmark this post.
Arts & Culture

Leave a Comment