Nice down to earth hospitality, food was good, at the time couldn't accept credit cards but we managed to pay the bill.
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We stopped by at the Woods Cafe for breakfast. It brings you back to the 1960s, The customers tended to be older men out for their morning breakfast with friends. We each ordered an omelet. They were both OK but nothing special. The price seemed...More
Back in the '50s nationally-known restaurant critic Duncan Hines used to point out heavily frequented diners as "locally popular". The Woods Cafe is a second-generation business that belongs in that category. The breakfast-lunch menu will appeal to most everyone on the go: local or those...More
Went for breakfast last weekend. I had the egg ham muffin breakfast sandwich. Egg was cooked just as I ordered and the English muffin was toasted well (crispy). Ham was described in menu as thin sliced wich it was but there wasn't very much of...More
Small mom n' pop style diner. More of a tourist-trap than a place frequented by locals. Friendly staff. Adequate menu; nothing out of the ordinary. Food was just okay Meals are overpriced.
Four of us came for breakfast on a cold winter morning last year. How wonderful to be greeted warmly by an efficient waitress who quickly served us coffee and menues. If you like a traditional diner with great food and service, this is the place...More
Two of us had breakfast here this morning-pancakes, sausage, eggs. All were average but ridiculously expensive My three pancakes and four small sausage links were $9.00. My son's two eggs, two pancakes, two bacon slices was also $9.00. I had coffee, he had tea. Total...More
Found the Woods Cafe on a side street in the city of Woodruff when looking online for a lunch place. The overall rating wasn't great, but looked like a good mom & pop restaurant from the outside. The four of us were seated and waited...More
My spouse and I decided to do a comparison of four restaurants this past week in the Minocqua area that feature "breakfast" on their menu. The criteria we used was the best service, coffee, hash brown potatoes, and bacon. Our experience yielded the following rankings;...More
Rule of thumb: If a place has people waiting to be seated, then the food is probably good. This was our first and last visit to Woods. We thought the prices were on the higher side for a cafe, but what the heck. We ordered...More