A blogger I follow, and a really great guy, mentioned this place months ago and raved about the pie. I like pie, so I vowed to get here one day, and when I vow something I MEAN it! So I ended up here in bustling Stockholm, Wisconsin. Population 66. And if everyone that was in the place lived here about 21% of the population visited this place while I was there.
Charming little place with really friendly people running it. I was here for the pie but since it was lunch time I had to grab a sandwich. I decided on a sandwich called “The Thankful”. Sliced smoked turkey breast and Wisconsin Swiss Cheese, served with a cranberry chutney. That chutney really made the sandwich. It was delicious. The pickles they served with it were the kind of sweet, bread and butter type pickles. I’m strictly a dill kind of guy so I just left those off. Sweet pickles clash with my sweet personality. Loved the bread so I asked about it. It was called Norwegian Health Bread and they sell it at the store. According to Ancestry.com I’m 0% Norwegian and I survived eating it, so if you’re not Norwegian don’t be concerned.
My dining partner had the pecan pie a la mode. Being born and raised in New Orleans she KNOWS pecan pies and she was very impressed with this one. She said it was excellent.
I had the caramel apple crunch pie, also a la mode with whipped cream, and it was also very good.
So, if you ever end up in Stockholm, Wisconsin, and are in the mood for a good sandwich and some pie, I recommend this place!
N2030 Spring St., Stockholm, WI 54769 Ph: 715-442-5505