Best Places to Eat in Rhinelander, WI

by Gabrielle Loomis

As you all know, we went to Rhinelander for a weekend getaway. We had an awesome weekend filled with activities and a lot of good food. On this post, I’ll be sharing with you some of the best places to eat in Rhinelander, Wisconsin.

Briar House Coffee
The Briar House Coffee is not your regular coffee shop. Besides their delicious coffee and chocolate chip cookies, they also sell women’s apparel and gifts.

Bitters and Bull
Technically, Bitters and Bull is in Lake Tomahawk, but it was only 20 minutes away from where we stayed, the Holiday Acres. A friend recommended this restaurant to us, and we were so glad we went. Our meals were delicious! Bitters and Bull and have incredible drinks and desserts. Their margaritas are a must-have!

The Butcher’s Wife
Next door to Bitters and Bull you can shop, have a cup of coffee or eat ice cream at The Butcher’s Wife. This quaint place sells beautiful jewelry, small gifts, and it’s perfect for taking the kids for ice cream!

3 Coins Restaurant
We eat Sunday brunch at 3 Coins Restaurant at the Holiday Acres Resort. For only $15.99 you get all you can eat from a variety of hot dishes, desserts and omelet station. We loved dining at 3 Coins, and I think it’s worth going there even if you are not staying at the resort.

CT’s Deli
CT’s Deli is a great lunch spot. They have a variety of paninis, cold sandwiches, and from-scratch soups. One must-try is their beef brisket! It was seriously amazing!

I hope this post was helpful and now you have a few ideas of some of the best places to eat in Rhinelander. Do you have any restaurants to add to this list?
Did you miss my last post about our weekend getaway in Rhinelander? No problem, you can read it here: “Weekend Getaway in Rhinelander, WI.”

Thank for reading 🙂

Xo, Gabrielle

**This post is in collaboration with Rhinelander Tourism Marketing Commission. All opinions are my own.

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