Locals Are Obsessed With Coyote Roadhouse, A Small-Town Wisconsin Restaurant With A Cult Following
Small town Wisconsin is brimming with hidden culinary gems. And it’s no secret that if you want to find the best restaurants in small-town Wisconsin, you’ve got to ask a local. That’s exactly how most patrons come to dine at Coyote Roadhouse. Others simply stumble upon it by chance. But regardless of how you get there, it’s pretty much guaranteed that you’ll be back again…and again. Read on to learn all about this local favorite with a cult following, and discover why it’s being called one of the best restaurants in Wisconsin.
Want a closer look at one of the best places to eat in Wisconsin? Check out this video from Destination Door County on YouTube, taking you inside the restaurant for a look at some of their most popular dishes.
So, did you know about this longtime local favorite? Ever visited? If so, what did you order? Tell us in the comments section.
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