We love a good supper club!
With relish trays, deep-fried cheese on the menu and a welcome-home kind of hospitality, this unique restaurant is the celebrators’ destination of choice in the Upper Midwest. Serving fancy foods but never putting on airs, the supper club offers diners special occasion entrees (think prime rib, steaks, and surf and turf) along with signature cocktails like the old fashioned and grasshopper. While you can re-create many of these supper club favorites at home, you’ll learn here that there’s something special about visiting these rural dining destinations.
It’s fancy, but in a relaxed sort of way
You might drop some serious coin on prime rib or lobster tail, but you don’t have to dress up for a supper club dinner. Good attire means clean blue jeans and a shirt with a collar (tucked in, of course). Flannel shirts are just fine in the cold. Ditto for Packers attire, if that’s your thing, or snowpants if you rode in on a Polaris or Ski-Doo.