Article: Fill your plate at Marshfield’s restaurants

Fill your plate at Marshfield’s restaurants

Whether you’re grabbing a quick bite and a cup of joe for breakfast or sitting down to a romantic dinner for two, you’re sure to discover something tasty during your next meal in Marshfield, Wisconsin. Visit supper clubs, authentic Mexican restaurants, pizza places and more—here’s a look at some of the restaurants you shouldn’t miss in Marshfield.

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The Kitchen Table has a family-breakfast atmosphere, fresh bread baked daily and a full breakfast and lunch menu. This is the place for a taste of home cooking, and locals agree—it was picked as Best Breakfast in the 2019 Best of Marshfield awards.

For your morning pick-me-up, head to The Daily Grind, a cozy café known for their breakfast and lunch specials and fresh-brewed coffee. The menu is filled with tasty food like omelets, made-to-order sandwiches, wraps and soups.


Voters picked El Mezcal as the best ethnic restaurant in the city in 2019, and it’s easy to see why. This dine-in or carry-out establishment offers fast, family-friendly service with classic plates like enchiladas, tacos, and fajitas, as well as daily lunch specials—perfect for large groups. At Taqueria El Sol, enjoy authentic Mexican food as well as dishes from India and Puerto Rico. Don’t miss out on the fresh salsa, guacamole and red and green chile sauces that go great with tortilla chips to add an extra kick to your meal.

Scotty’s Pizza & Chicken, a perennial favorite among voters in Marshfield’s tourism awards, offers mouth-watering specialty pizzas like the Drunken Chicken, the Meatzo Pizza and the Broccoli, Bacon and Cheese (their top seller).

One of the most popular dining spots in Marshfield, Nutz Deep II is a popular spot for burgers and its classic Friday fish fry, taking home tourism awards in those categories in 2019. Nutz Deep II, which also has a location in Spencer, is open from 7am to bar time every day.


Featuring 10 microbrews on tap (all of which are brewed in-house), the Blue Heron Brew Pub is located just off Central Avenue in a building that used to be an ice cream factory. Try the fan favorite Reuben or other great burgers, sandwiches and pasta.

Looking for a date night with your sweetheart? Head to The Vintage House, a historic road house built in the early 1900s, for an evening of fine dining. A Marshfield tradition since 1977, Belvedere Supper Club offers tasty homemade entrees like rainbow trout, pasta alfredo and ribeye steak, along with a Friday fish fry and Sunday buffet. Another great stop is the Buck-A-Neer Supper Club in nearby Stratford, which took home Best Waitress in the 2019 Best of Marshfield awards.

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