A great way to warm up in this cold weather is with a nice warm bowl of soup! Last week we asked on facebook “What is the best place to get a good bowl of soup?” Here is a roundup of reader suggestions! A reader tip, ask to try the soup before ordering.

2025 N Richmond St. Appleton, (920) 734-5077
“5 different soups daily!”

CSI, City Center Downtown Appleton
10 E College Ave, Appleton, (920) 734-0100
“Best Chicken Pot Pie”

Perk it Up, Sola Salons
4780 Integrity Way, Appleton, (920) 830-2010

Mark’s East Side
1405 E Wisconsin Ave, Appleton, (920) 733-3600
“Awesome clam chowder!”

330 N Commercial St, Neenah, (920) 886-3694

Basil Cafe
1513 N Richmond St, Appleton, (920) 830-6741

186 Main St., Menasha, (920) 725-2824

Mary’s Family Restaurant
2312 N Richmond St. Appleton, (920) 733-0948
2106 S Oneida St, Appleton, (920) 733-1546
“Chicken Dumpling or Cream of Broccoli” “Take it home and eat it”

Caramel Crisp & Cafe
200D City Center, Oshkosh, (920) 231-4540
“Best cookies!”

Familiar Grounds
206 N. Pearl St., New London, (920) 982-4332

Zuppa’s, Neenah
1540 S Commercial St, Neenah, (920) 720-5045

Other mentions: Chicken Gnocchi from Olive Garden, Tomato Basil Bisque at Noodles, Copper Rock, Uno for lunch, Chilis, 2 of a Kind and D & G’s in Greenleaf

Addition: Thanks to an awesome reader, if you are ever in Greenleaf, or just looking for a little drive, check out D & G Restaurant, 6794 State Highway 57 Greenleaf, Wisconsin (920) 864-7850 (I couldn’t find a website).

“Greenleaf is a small community located only 30 min from the valley.  When it comes to food, especially fresh homemade soups, it is totally worth the drive. It rocks for bring kid friendly, nothing for kids is over $3, and on many occasions you will even see the owner out front handing out suckers to kids that have finished their meals.”


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