Bobby Rockets is located in Lyons, just 8 minutes from Lake Geneva. They have Thursday wing night, Friday Fish Fry and DJ Mobile Madness at 9pm, Saturday prime rib w/ live entertainment, and Bloody Sunday Funday starting at 11:30.
Family Friendly Dining
Great family friendly restaurant. The menu is diverse and will please everyone. The food is delicious, from the Italian and Mexican dishes to the steaks and soups. The desserts are wonderful, too.
Located on the West shore of Geneva Lake and steps away from the Abbey Resort, Chuck's Lakeside Tavern is the place to go for burgers and sandwiches. Chuck's has been an area tradition for over 50 years!
This iconic William's Bay eatery serves breakfast and lunch in an igloo! Great food and service... in a fun and quirky environment.
Egg Harbor Café in Lake Geneva specializes in gourmet breakfast and lunch creations. They serve from 6:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. daily, in a warm, charming, country setting with fast, friendly and efficient service.
Elizabeths's Cafe in Delavan is a family owned restaurant since 1995. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, with breakfast being offered all day.
The Elk Restaurant is located next door to the Walworth County Performing Arts Center in downtown Elkhorn and is one of the Best of Lake Geneva's favorites. The kids love to sit up at the counter and order old fashioned sodas. The food and service is good and the prices are surprisingly low.
Frank's Original is a traditional, Chicago-style hot dog stand located on the corner of Broad and Geneva Street in downtown Lake Geneva. They offer simple and good food, quickly.
We'll be keeping everyone updated as we get closer to their summer 2017 opening.
Fred's Burgers in Burlington makes some of the best burgers around. They have a wide range of specialty burgers that are hand formed and seasoned to perfection. They also make baskets of home made chips that are incredible! The restaurant is bright and fun and very family friendly.
Gino’s East is the original Chicago-style deep dish pizza. In 1966, two Chicago cab drivers had a dream to create a new pizza that combined their favorite old-world recipes in a deep pie-like crust. They opened Gino’s East off Michigan Avenue in Chicago.