Marcileno's Pizzeria & Grill N64w24370 Main St, Sussex, WI53089 Marcileno's Pizzeria & Grill is a 3,300-square-foot pizza joint serving traditional and specialty pizza pies, fried…More calamari, wings, salads and sandwiches. Marcileno's is available for dine-in, take-out and delivery.
Papa Murphy's N65w24838 Main St, Sussex, WI53089 Papa Murphy's is a take 'n bake pizza company. It is part of a nationwide franchise that has received many awards over…More the years, including "Best Pizza Chain in America." It is the largest Take 'n Bake pizza chain in the world. Papa Murphy's has several different categories of pizzas, including Signature, Gourmet, Custom, Stuffed, and Thin Crust deLite. It also sells desserts like chocolate chip cookie dough for making cookies at home, and also cheesy bread, salads, and soft drinks. Papa Murphy's is not an eat-in restaurant; pizzas are picked up and baked at home. Coupons are offered the the company's web site. Papa Murphy's of Sussex is located next to Blockbuster on the west side of Main Street.
Tony Maronni's N63w23951 Main St, Sussex, WI53089 Tony Maronni knows that when it comes to pizza, tastes differ. "Wisconsinites don't have the same tastes as New Yorkers.…More Out here we lean towards a crust of medium thickness, a slightly heavier sauce, and of course, lots of cheese." And that's how Tony's been making his pizza since 2006. He uses Wisconsin Grande cheese (he considers it the state's best) and the freshest ingredients possible. His pizzas are a build-your-own concept, with toppings ranging from homemade pepperoni and sausage (his grandfather's recipe) to fresh basil and artichoke hearts. Praise for his pies lead him to competitions, where he has won Best Pizza in the Midwest. That award sent him to an international competition, where he placed 7th in the world. Tony Maronni's began as take 'n bake pizza, but in June 2008 he converted an extra room into a dining space. It's homey and humble, with mis-matched plates and images of Italy on the walls. And of course, you'll be serenaded by traditional Italian tunes. Tony adds that if you're coming in on the weekend, you'd better make a reservation, because the dining room fills up fast.
Subway Restaurant Executive Dr, Sussex, WI53089 Located on the southwest side of town just off Highway 164, Subway of Sussex has been serving up sub sandwiches, pizza,…More kids' menu items and breakfast since 2006. This spacious location has more than 30 tables. Visit the website to view current specials.
Sussex Inn N64w23300 Main St, Sussex, WI53089 The Sussex Inn is a quaint bar and restaurant that features a menu with something for everyone. Sandwiches and pizza are…More the most popular items, along with a Friday night fish fry. It is located near the corner of Highway 74 and Main Street on the east side of town. The parking lot tends to be crowded, but there is additional parking available on surrounding premises.
TailGators Sports Bar and Grille N64w23246 Main St, Sussex, WI53089 Located in Sussex, TailGators Sports Bar and Grille is a full-service restaurant and bar that offers a wide variety of…More contemporary American fare, including seafood, burgers, sandwiches, soups, salads, wraps, pizza, ribs, wings and more. The restaurant additionally features specials seven days a week, including $1 tacos, three for $5 sliders, 25 cent wings and more. TailGators offers for dine-in, take-out, catering and outdoor dining,
FLABBERGAST For Kids! W248n5250 Executive Dr, Sussex, WI53089 FLABBERGAST For Kids! is an indoor children's party venue. All day open play is allowed at this location. The location…More is an inflatable playground that includes a slides, an obstacle climbing challenge, a jump house for toddlers and giant inflatable play areas that are open to all kids. An arcade game section, a lounge complete with TVs and WiFi internet and a cafe that serves kid-friendly foods such as pizza, pretzels, coffee and drinks is also included. Outside food and drink is not allowed in the premises. Parents must stay with children and any children under the age of 18 are required to be accompanied by an adult. Visit the website at the link provided for rates and additional information. Seniors, parents and children under 12 months get in for free.
Since the summer of 2008, Sussex Bowl has provided food and fun for the people of Sussex.
Originally Brass…More Horn Pub & Grill, Sussex Bowl offers something for almost every age, whether you want to hit one of the 16 bowling lanes, have a drink with your friends, check out the arcade, or simply go out for a fish fry on the weekend.</p>
<p>With karaoke and dart league on Tuesdays, pool league on Thursdays, and bowling leagues and tournaments Wednesday through Saturday, there's something to do almost every night of the week.</p>
<p>Sussex Bowl also has an extensive menu, serving appetizers, salads, 14 flavors or wings, wraps, pizza, burgers, chicken sandwiches and a fish fry.</p>
<p>For hungry patrons looking for a challenge, there's the Death Wing Challenge, which requires its contestants to eat ten regular wings in under three minutes. Winners will earn a spot on the Death Wing Wall of Fame.</p>
<p>The bar is huge, with an impressive eight jumbo flatscreens. There's a separate dining room for those who just want to eat a meal and not sit at the bar.</p>
<p>Sussex Bowl can host parties in its banquet hall for up to 350 people. There's also a dance floor that fills up when live entertainment comes to town.</p>
<p>Sussex Bowl truly strives to be the most entertaining spot in Sussex. Coupons can be found on its website. </p>
It isn't too often you walk into a gas station and you're greeted by clerks as friendly and funny as Nancy and Kathy.…More "We're happy clerks," says Nancy. "Sussex is a small town, we're one big family." In the short time I spent talking with them, they knew (or seemed to know) every single person who walked through the door.</p>
<p>Though Quick Corners is a Mobil station, it is independently owned, with 11 gas pumps, an air pump, firewood, propane tanks and a well-stocked convenience store inside. Quick Corners makes fresh, homemade pizza on-site and has a bakery as well. Quick Corners has been at its current location, on the corner of Waukesha Avenue and Silver Spring Road, for seven years.</p>
<p>If you're having car trouble, Nancy and Kathy's mechanic friend Gary, who lives across the street, can come over to give you a hand.</p>
<p>Quick Corners has been featured in Wisconsin Lottery Magazine, where both Nancy and Kathy have won "Employee of the Month." Kathy adds, "We truly care about our customers, and we want to make sure they have a smile when they leave." </p>