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10/28/2017
By: John A.
RP Adler's Pub & Grill
Very nice restaurant on the southwest side of Madison, close to where we live. Ambiance is nice, food and service are excellent. They do serve alcohol. Employees are very friendly and helpful. Reservations are not required. Easy to find parking close to the front door.
02/25/2017
By: James M.
RP Adler's Pub & Grill
Adler's one of favorite restaurants to visit in town. Their grilled chicken sandwich is the best in town! My wife loves their salads. Great menu - lots of delicious choices to pick form on their menu. Wait staff is friendly and helpful.
01/07/2017
By: Brenda P.
RP Adler's Pub & Grill
The very best and friendly wait staff in addition to the excellent food. We enjoy lunch here at least once a week.
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12/11/2016
By: Kathy B.
RP Adler's Pub & Grill
Service was excellent. Food was great. Prices more than reasonable. I think I am almost more impressed with the waitstaff. They are so friendly, efficient and attentive. It makes you feel very welcome and appreciated.
10/17/2016
By: Vikki K.
RP Adler's Pub & Grill
Adler's is like your favorite neighborhood restaurant and bar. The food is great, waitstaff are so helpful and friendly, and they have a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Try the lake perch on Friday nights!!
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01/18/2016
By: Brooke A.
RP Adler's Pub & Grill
Always have a great experience here! Staff is great and food is better! The atmosphere is wonderful as well! Highly recommend this place!!
11/14/2015
By: Csonnleitner@hotmail.com S.
Badger Tavern
I stopped at The Badger Tavern with a girlfriend to see what it was like since Tony Franks. The lights were incredibly bright for a bar, especially on a Friday night. The atmosphere stuffy, and purely because of the staff. Not ONE of them smiled the entire 2 hours we were there. We were served a beer at the bar fairly promptly when we got there but then we looked over time and time again after given a menu. It took probably an hour for me to order food. Once getting the food it was great, but again it took forever for someone to inquire if we needed anything long after we were finished. Over all I think the place has a lot of potential to be the warm, welcoming place it once was, but never ever will be if the employees do not smile or acknowledge the patrons outside of asking what they want to drink.
10/31/2014
By: Joseph P.
RP Adler's Pub & Grill
Friendly greeting on arrival, attention to each customer (we brought in a disabled person), menu, location all shine....
09/18/2014
By: Sky Z.
The Rigby Pub
Had my rehearsal dinner here and it was amazing!! All my guest were raving about the food!
04/10/2014
By: Myranda T.
Red Rock Saloon
Because we knew several members of the bartending and wait staff, we came to the bar about once a week for either food, drinks, or both, and decided to join the "Single Barrel Club," which entailed purchasing an in-house bottle of Jack Daniels single barrel for about $175, clearly a significant markup of the retail price around $46. What a mistake. This being a pretty significant purchase to make for just a bottle of liquor, we made sure to have the bartender go over the details of the "perks" of joining the bottle club; both the bartender making the sale and one of our close friends on the wait staff repeated the same deals: along with and the bottle, a signature shirt and a few incidentals, the buyer would get 20% of all food, no cover for events, and would be able to skip to the front of the line. These were the points that were repeated to us by MULTIPLE employees, leading us to believe it was worth it to make the purchase.The first couple times we enjoyed the benefits of the bottle without incident. After giving the bouncer the bottle number, we were allowed to skip the line. A week later was a much different story; we went to the bar several hours after the televised Badger game to find a moderate line, and upon giving the bouncer the bottle number were told politely that we wouldn't be able to skip the line, "Not tonight." While the bouncer was very polite and apologetic, Brano Kruger the manager who then came out was INCREDIBLY rude, and told us, "I can guarantee that none of my staff would have told you that you can skip the line, that isn't part of the deal." While we understood the problem that could arise if a misinformed member of staff had incorrectly told us the deal, at least 3 members of our group had heard the details and knew what was promised--a quick text to a friend on the wait staff garnered the response, "what? that's BS, you can definitely skip the line, they even tell us to use that as a selling point." We further knew this was the case because we had been allowed to do on several previous nights. Most upsetting was how incredibly rude Mr. Kruger was to customers who had already spent hundreds of dollars in the establishment that he managed: we ended up walking away with his card and I'm sure his assumption that he wouldn't hear from us again. So, the same week we go in for the Wednesday burger special night, only to have a host of problems confront our 6 person group. The wait staff was perfectly nice, the food was good, the problem came with the bills. Both orders of wings for the table (ordered during happy hour) were charged at full price and not given the happy hour discount, then when we attempted to get the Single Barrel Discount for the food (for only 2 people), we were told that the discount didn't apply on any days with specials. The waitress did her best to resolve the problem but again we had the misfortune of speaking with Mr. Kruger with whom we discussed both instances of the benefits of the "Single Barrel Club," being misrepresented. Again, his incredible rudeness to frequent to customers was the most irritating part of the experience, and no effort was made to comp any food, drinks, or otherwise solve the problem. Clearly the management of this bar is under the impression that customer service is not important.

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