Hungry for some cheese curds, a classic Wisconsin staple? If you're in the Stevens Point Area on October 15, National Cheese Curd Day, check out these three places if you're in the mood for some delicious cheese curds.
There is joy in biting into crispy breading and pulling the warm cheese apart when eating cheese curds. What's different about PJ's cheese curds compared to others is that they are made with Ellsworth cheese. If you haven't heard of Ellsworth cheese before, they are the Cheese Curd Capital of Wisconsin. No wonder these curds are so good and they are even better paired with PJ's horseradish dijonnaise.
Hilltop Pub & Grill
Next up, grab the cheese curds from Hilltop. These are a fan favorite for anyone who is a cheese lover. The breading is just the right amount of crispy, and the cheese just melts in your mouth. For the dippers out there, even though they don't need any help with flavor, Hilltop's ranch is great on the side. Pair with a local beverage from the Central Wisconsin Craft Collective for an even more delicious appetizer.
Guu's on Main
If you have ever had Mullins cheese curds, you'll want to try Guu's on Main's cheese curds. They are hand breaded right in-house, so you can't really ask for anything more. Pair these curds with the ranch and your taste buds will not be complaining.
More cheese, please!
If you are looking for cheese curds (sans the breading and the deep fryer) head straight to a local source to grab a bag. Check out the delicious curds at Feltz's Dairy Store, Ski's Meat Market or grab a bag still warm off the counter at Mullins.