Marges on Rose Restaurant Review
I lived here once upon a time. It was where my first job out of college was. I wasn’t so concerned with restaurants at the time as I was with bars and happy hours, and La Crosse was chock a block full of them. (I was in to misbehaving).
Marges on Rose did not exist, and I happened to stop because I was passing through and all the places I used to stop are long gone.
So I wandered in, just after the lunch crowd, but it was still doing fairly brisk business, including a lot of carry out orders from the third party delivery services in town.
I failed to glance at the “Specials” blackboard, and that wasn’t a mistake, but be sure to take note if you stop by.
Despite it being afternoon, I’m always up for breakfast, and always up for Chicken Fried Steak, and if you’re a regular reader, you know I’ve reviewed a lot of them. See? (Not even including derivations like wienerschnitzel!)
Was I expecting a variation of “Large Marge” at this diner? Can’t say that for sure. But they were crowing loudly about “home cooking” so I was anticipating my steak and eggs with glee.
By the way, locals call La Crosse “God’s Country.” It’s strikingly beautiful, butting up against the Mississippi along US Highway 61. It’s a great place for a family vacation any season. For the more boisterous, hit up their Oktoberfest starting in just over a month!