Everyone needs to eat, and everyone can eat what they like in Racine County. Whether you desire upscale dining, farm-to-table fare, traditional Wisconsin supper clubs, or food trucks, you can find it here.
Racine County’s food is as diverse as its people. Family-owned Greek, Italian, Chinese, Thai, Korean, Japanese, BBQ, and Mexican restaurants are just a few of the many cuisines that can be found in the area.
Whether you are celebrating with a feast or looking for a quick lunch, want an intimate environment or social one, craving sushi or spaghetti, Racine County has whatever you desire.
And don’t forget the kringle! The Kringle is Wisconsin’s Official State Pastry. This distinctive oval-shaped treat has been a Racine County tradition since Danish immigrants brought it to Wisconsin in the mid-19th century. Kringle is available at local bakeries, grocery stores and other outlets throughout the area.
One slice is never enough of the Official Wisconsin Pastry from America’s Kringle Capital!
Kringle is available at local bakeries, coffee shops, grocery stores and other outlets throughout the area.
The county’s rolling farmland produces a variety of crops locally-grown from spring through fall and can be found at farmers’ markets, roadside stands and grocers throughout the county.
A melting pot in its own right, Racine County offers plethora of ethnic restaurants, open daily at a menagerie of family-owned American, Greek, Italian, Chinese, Thai, Korean, Japanese, BBQ and Mexican restaurants.
Fish fry is one of the iconic Midwest traditions and is held at many places in Racine County, but which ones are the best? Real Racine had to ask the locals what their picks are for their perfect place to perch.