8 Wisconsin Supper Clubs with Gorgeous Lake Views

Supper club tradition runs deep in Wisconsin. Built on family, fish fry and Old Fashioneds, they’re our gathering places, clubs where everyone is welcome, the likes of which you can’t find just anywhere. If you like your dinner with a view, you’re in luck: each of these clubs are right on the…

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6 Hidden Gem Supper Clubs in Wisconsin

Some Wisconsin supper club operators are “lone rangers” who quietly do business under the radar. Sometimes they don’t advertise, or they’re overshadowed by restaurants in larger cities nearby. That makes the discovery of small-town or rural and remote places all the more fun, and each is big in…

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7 Stops for Unforgettable Wisconsin Breakfasts

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so naturally, we take it seriously here in Wisconsin. And by seriously, we mean deliciously and surrounded by good company. Whether you’re an early riser, a bruncher or a breakfast-for-dinner kind of person, we have many stop-worthy…

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4 Wisconsin Supper Clubs with Gangster History

Chicago gangsters during Prohibition used Wisconsin as a getaway for kicking back and doing business in quiet, secluded settings. Al Capone even built a big fieldstone house with armed-guard watch towers and an airstrip on 400 acres in the Northwoods, near Couderay, perfect for transporting illegal…

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Oshkosh Delicious: A Prime Food and Drink Scene

When it comes to the tasty and delicious, Oshkosh is filled with unexpected culinary gems. In this small city on Lake Winnebago and the Fox River, it’s easy to find memorable family dining, lively drinks with friends and unforgettably tasty experiences. Your table is set, now raise a glass for a…

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A Brief History of Frozen Custard, Wisconsin’s Favorite Dessert

Wisconsin’s love of frozen custard — a dessert similar to ice cream, but made with eggs in addition to cream, sugar, and flavoring — is so solid that it might surprise you to know that the treat didn’t originate in Wisconsin. The invention of frozen custard can be traced back to 1919 in Coney…

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Dinin' at the Drive-In: Try Wisconsin's Drive-In Restaurants

Drive-in restaurants are back in. The appeal of the drive-in diner continues to endure. Convenient, relaxing and nostalgic, drive-ins are a family-friendly activity from simpler times, and we can still appreciate that now. Many of Wisconsin's drive-ins embrace that old-school spirit in their hours…

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Your Guide to Seasonal Wisconsin Produce

While there are technically four seasons in Wisconsin, one could say that a fifth — farmer’s market season — also exists. For many of our state’s residents and visitors, there’s no better feeling than heading to a local open-air market, or favorite fruit and vegetable stand on a quiet road, and…

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Wisconsin Comfort Foods Worth Bundling Up For

It’s winter in Wisconsin, and when the snow is falling and the temperatures are low, it can be tempting to stay in, cook a warm meal and hunker down in a cozy home. It can also be just as relaxing to head out and leave the cooking to someone else. Here are a few Wisconsin dishes — and restaurants —…

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Get to Know Brew City at These 5 Milwaukee Breweries

Brew City is back. Breweries are both the history and future of Milwaukee, with Miller still carrying the torch of Frederick Miller and upstarts like Good City Brewing bringing a new craft flavor to the community. We’ve highlighted a few local breweries that deserve to be included during your next…

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