MEQUON: A CITY OF RESTAURANTS

For years, I have heard people say that Mequon needs more restaurants.  Heck, I have said that also.

However, in reality, I doubt there is another community our size with so many restaurants. Here is the list I put together of places to eat. The list excludes our four grocery store delis and two private country clubs.

  1. Café 1505
  2. Café Hollander
  3. Chancery Pub & Restaurant
  4. China Buffet
  5. Colectivo Coffee
  6. Crave
  7. Culver’s
  8. Dairy Queen
  9. Dominoe’s Pizza
  10. Einstein Bros Bagels
  11. Ferrante’s
  12. Fiddleheads
  13. Finn McGoo’s
  14. First Watch
  15. Harvey’s Central Grill
  16. Highland House
  17. Hong Anh Palace
  18. Jimmy Johns
  19. Jodi’s 19th Tee at Mee-kwon Park
  20. Joey Gerard’s Mequon
  21. Landmark
  22. Laura’s Donges Bay Clubhouse
  23. Leonardo’s Pizza Parlour
  24. Libby Montana
  25. Mama Mia’s
  26. McDonald’s
  27. Mequon Pizza Company
  28. Midori
  29. Nines American Bistro
  30. Noodles & Company
  31. On the Way Café
  32. Panera Bread
  33. Pizza Hut/Wing Street
  34. Range Line Inn
  35. Ruby Tap
  36. Smitty’s on the Edge
  37. Sobelmans Pub N Grill Mequon
  38. Spanky’s Hideaway
  39. Starbucks
  40. Subway
  41. Taco Bell
  42. The Fox Den
  43. Vietnamese Noodles
  44. Wooden Goose Café
  45. Yummy’s
  46. Zaffiro’s
  47. Zarletti

Additionally, Thiensville has another 10 places:

  1. Cheel, The
  2. Chuck’s Place
  3. Cousin’s
  4. Downtown Pizza
  5. East Sun Chinese Restaurant
  6. Falafel Guys
  7. Fiddleheads
  8. Prime Minister Family Restaurant
  9. Remington’s River Inn
  10. Skippy’s Sports Pub

The variety is fairly extraordinary: fine dining, family, sports bar, and fast food places.  Note also that only about 20% of these restaurants are national chains.

Mequon and Thiensvile collectively have  about 27,000 people.  That means, excluding the four grocery store delis and two country clubs, there are 57 places to eat or almost one restaurant for every 500 people.  And, we expect two to three more in the Town Center. There is also a rumor that someone is looking at the old Alpine Village site.

Bon Appetit.

(Please let me know if I missed any.)

2 thoughts on “MEQUON: A CITY OF RESTAURANTS”

  1. Hi John,

    I’m one of your neighbors in Brighton Ridge. I live at the corner of Daventry and Bennington and back up to Swan Road.

    There’s Papa Murphy’s Pizza over by Panera.

    Ron

    On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 2:00 AM, Mequon Common Council, District 4 wrote:

    > John Wirth posted: “For years, I have heard people say that Mequon needs > more restaurants. Heck, I have said that also. However, in reality, I > doubt there is another community our size with so many restaurants. Here is > the list I put together of places to eat. The list exc” >

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