We were working in the area... Stopped and had pizza! It was fantastic! Will definitely stop again when we're in North Lake
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Stopped for pizza at North Lake Inn the other night and wasn't disappointed. As usual very good pizza and outstanding garlic bread. Good service, great food and cold beer. Doesn't get any better than that.
I was amazed by the service, but the food was absolutely scrumptious. Went into the bar/restaurant area, but I saw they had a little takeout area too. My son played on a PAC-man machine inside. Good to see the classics, and it was reasonably priced....More
The North Lake Inn is known for their pizza and other Italian foods. But, their Friday fish fries are also very good. Besides the usual Cod, they also offer Walleye. The fish fries is not served family style but there is too much food on...More
Visited last Saturday night. Great thin crust pizza with just the right amount of quality toppings. Great garlic bread as well but you get just 2 pieces of large bread but you may want more if you have 4 people.
The North Lake in is a nice bar/restaurant that features Italian Food and is also known for their pizzas. They offer nightly specials and we recently went for the Lasagna. For $15.50 you get a full square Corning Ware (TM) dish of lasagna, soup, salad,...More
Ate here tonight for the first time with my wife. High hopes....dashed! Strange service. Extremely slow service. We both had the fish fry (Cod). The fish itself was ok. But the bread, potato cakes, and cole slaw were not worth eating. We both said we...More
Stopped on a Saturday afternoon on the way back from Holy Hill. Service was good, cold bottles of beer came quickly. Burgers were big and juicy, fries average. A couple families with kids had pizza which looked and smelled just fine, but we didn't try...More
We usually get take out from North Lake Inn and only occasionally dine in but we recently went there for dinner and the service was very poor. The food was delicious as always but the service was very slow. It took 15-20 mins each time...More
Not much has changed. We went, as a family, every Friday for fish fry and played pinball and had potato pancakes. It used to be owned by Pete. Stapleton. The bar tender is fine. It is a "tap", or tavern, in e very sense of...More