29 Pines Family Restaurant and Lodge Bar

A classy yet casual eatery serving up an eclectic and surprising mix of main entrées and burgers, steaks, and seafood. With a recently updated menu, the Buttermilk Dijon Chicken and the wide selection of burgers have been house favorites. Hot lunch buffet with soup and salad is served on weekdays, and a roasted chicken buffet is available Sunday. Sunday brunch, private party room, banquet, vegetarian friendly.

Average Cost: Entrée: $6-$16

Average: 2.95
Out of 21 Reviews



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29 Pines Hotel and Convention Center
5872 33rd Ave.
Eau Claire, WI

 Bar inside the Restaurant

With an open, casual bar area, 29 Pines is a prime place to meet, sit, and talk. Though Bloody Marys are ever-popular, the Lodge also offers specialty beers and brews on tap. Enjoy their happy hour, occasional live music, pool, darts, food to order, and free pretzels and chips. Monday is trivia night, and stop in Wednesday for karaoke. Party room available.

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Daily Dining Deals

Monday Deals

29 Pines: Pie a la Mode

$1.29 slice of homemade pie with a scoop of ice cream. Don’t forget to ask for your pie to be warmed up!

Tuesday Deals

29 Pines: All You Can Eat Spaghetti & Garlic Toast

Get all-you-can eat spaghetti and garlic toast for $10.99.

Wednesday Deals

29 Pines: All You Can Eat Wings

All You Can Eat Wings with Fries $13

Friday Deals

29 Pines: Fish Fry Lunch Buffet

$12 all you can eat fish lunch buffet and $5 drink of the week special

Saturday Deals

29 Pines: Prime Rib Special

Get a queen cut of prime rib served with coleslaw, your choice of potato, and a slice of homemade pie for $19.99.

Sunday Deals

29 Pines: Bottomless Bloody Mary and Mimosas & Brunch Buffet

Breakfast buffet from 9-11am features broasted chicken, eggs benedict, French toast stick bar, homemade dessert pastries, 40-item salad bar, and more for $12.99. $10 for bottomless bloody mary/mimosa bar. Lunch buffet from 11am-2pm features chicken, pasta, chef's choice of meat selection, and a salad bar for $14.99.

Reviews

jam

I live within a mile of this place and would LOVE to, well, even *kinda like* it...but the truth is that the service is beyond terrible and the food generally falls on the 'miss' side of a very teetering hit-or-miss fulcrum. When this place first opened the salad bar was a uniquely-conceived side bar - I really enjoyed it, and the prices reflected some of it's atmosphere and quality - now, though, the seats have stains and the servers treat me like I'm inconveniencing them and their slew of teeny-bopper texty friends.

rhilfiker

Good food-service-variety-The weekday am buffet is great

verginkm

I have had the salad bar here, and it is the largest salad bar I have ever seen! It is a little expensive for a salad bar, but there is a lot of variety for salad toppings and soup.

juppy

I've only been once and it was for mothers day. Nothing special about that experience. I wouldn't go that far out of my way for it again.

krobinson

Salad Bar is a good one...lots of selection. A quieter setting for eating out.