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BATTLE OF THE EATS

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From prime rib to chicken fried steak, hearty food always on the menu
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Customers love the noon specials during the week and the home-made taste to everything that exits the kitchen, as well as the relaxed feel and remarkable wait-staff.
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The Kjellsens started off with borrowed equipment, making food for events across the Midwest, including the Sturgis motorcycle rally and a lot of powwows (Kjellsen is an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation in Wisconsin).
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“We’re not a restaurant. We’re not a bar. We’re just completely different and it’s something unique, that our customers are getting something they’re not getting anywhere else,” Lisa Schoenfelder said.

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