Real Home Cooking & a Proud Local Tradition since 1982

GETTING TO SAWMILL-INN

Is still EASY

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FROM THE SOUTH

Exit on Mequon Lannon Road, head West for ¼ mile into the roundabout taking the first exit and head North on Hwy 175 (Appleton Avenue) past the PIGGLY WIGGLY through the STOP SIGN until the 2nd roundabout.  Take the first exit onto on Hwy 167 towards the road barriers to Wolf Road just before the road barriers,  take Wolf Road till you see the Sawmill. Start Navigation

FROM THE NORTH

Pioneer Road exit, Pioneer Road to the first STOP SIGN which is Mayfield Road.  Turn left on Mayfield Road to the next STOP SIGN, then another left on Hwy 175.  Proceed past the Fire Station and over the railroad tracks, left on Richfield Service Way, Right on Wolf Road till you see the Sawmill. Start Navigation

One of southeastern Wisconsin’s most unique family restaurants that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. 

We’re located in Washington County near Richfield (within the shadow of Holy Hill), The Sawmill restaurant offers a full menu of delicious food, a relaxing bar with a pub-like atmosphere, friendly service and a home- cooked Wisconsin dining experience.
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Press Release - Germantown Express News

– First impressions. They say first impresssion matter, and matter they did when I visited the Sawmill in Richfield for lunch this week. Deciding over the menu was easy, a burger, medium, on a toasted bun with butter, with lettuce, juicy tomato and red onion with hot to order fries. It makes all the difference to me. I don’t consider myself a burger connoisseur but a “foodie” yes! I have had many burgers, from all over but the burger I had from the Sawmill topped my number one for the BEST burger in Washington County. Words cannot describe the “perfect” burger. You may have to order one yourself. Read More
There’s a reason families have dined here for more than 20 years. Yes, we’re that good. I personally guarantee it. It’s our BBQ that hogs would be proud to die for! George Boggs

Owner and head groundskeeper.