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The Pine Cone

Johnson Creek exit off of I94, Johnson Creek, WI - (920) 699-2766
90% Approval Rating (11 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
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Carmel Pecan Sweet Roll

Highlighted Reviews

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Neal Pritchett - Photos (3)
February 02, 2010
"What could define the term "road food" better than a traditional truck stop? For years, The Pine Cone has been feeding Wisconsin travelers. Known for their "Keep Smiling" billboards and their good food, the place has become a favorite of local travelers, and truck ..."   [Read More]
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Ben Olson
January 25, 2010
"Have traveled by the Pine Cone for years and never stopped in until today. The location is great, about halfway between Milwaukee and Madison so it is a convenient meeting place. Food was excellent. The list of daily specials was impressive with none of them more ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

Johnson Creek exit off of I94, Johnson Creek, WI
(920) 699-2766

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Breakfast, Lunch, Dessert, Late Night
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
This hearty bowl of chicken dumpling soup was the perfect tonic on a blustery Wisconsin winter afternoon.
"This hearty bowl of chicken dumpling soup was the perfect tonic on a blustery Wisconsin winter afternoon."
Cliff Strutz





What a mean trick to play. Putting the bakery counter right inside the door makes it the first thing you see upon entry, and the last thing you see as you exit. The counter, and coffee shop are to the left, while the more relaxed dining room is off to the right.
"What a mean trick to play. Putting the bakery counter right inside the door makes it the first thing you see upon entry, and the last thing you see as you exit. The counter, and coffee shop are to the left, while the more relaxed dining room is off to the right."
Neal Pritchett


To the left of the bakery counter, is the heart of the operation - the counter/coffee shop. This was the original dining area, before the business was expanded, and is pure traditional truck stop through and through.
"To the left of the bakery counter, is the heart of the operation - the counter/coffee shop. This was the original dining area, before the business was expanded, and is pure traditional truck stop through and through."
Neal Pritchett


Just off the road a bit, The Pine Cone sits on the edge of a large, newly built outlet mall at Johnson Creek, just off the I94 ramp. Up until a few years ago, The Pine Cone stood here alone, surrounded by farmers' fields, and just across the freeway from the very small town of Johnson Creek.
"Just off the road a bit, The Pine Cone sits on the edge of a large, newly built outlet mall at Johnson Creek, just off the I94 ramp. Up until a few years ago, The Pine Cone stood here alone, surrounded by farmers' fields, and just across the freeway from the very small town of Johnson Creek. "
Neal Pritchett



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