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Applebys outside of Milwaukee

hairylegshoolihan | Aug 28, 201503:34 PM     38

We drove from Door County to see the Johnson's Wax building then drove over to see Wingspread. We were tired and took the first motel we came to which was a La Quinta. Across the parking lot was an Appleby's. My wife was not keen on going there but fatigue and hunger prevailed and we went anyway.

I ordered a double scotch, a "double" is a novelty to me, had a short Spotted Cow beer, a 7 ounce sirloin with baked potato and side of corn, and my wife had a chicken breast, which she said was more tender and juicy than the one she had at Chive in Bailey's Harbor, and a huge dessert of two slices of chocolate brownie type cake and two big scoops of ice cream.

Our bill came to 40 dollars. Damn, I'm have a new respect for Appleby's.

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