Supper Club Capital of the Midwest



Click here to see a segment from Local 5 WFRV on why Calumet County is the Supper Club Capital of the Midwest®.  

Click here to listen to an episode about supper clubs from the Travel Calumet Original Podcast.

Despite what the name implies, no memberships are needed at these dining establishments.  A supper club is a dining experience like no other that includes a whole lot of food for not too much money.  Your experience starts at the bar where the most popular drink ordered is the Old Fashioned.  A typical meal may include a relish tray, bread, soup, salad, an entrée such as steak, chicken or fish and ice cream drinks for dessert.  Most supper clubs are multi-generational family run businesses and feature recipes that have been around just as long.  You can’t be in a hurry though.  The experience could take a couple of hours, especially if you go on a weekend.  The Calumet County region has 16 supper clubs to choose from and is the Supper Club Capital of the Midwest®.  It is unknown why there are so many in the area, but one theory is because the region was settled by men and women who worked hard in the farm fields and needed a ‘night out’ at the end of the week.

In addition to the list of great Calumet County supper clubs featured in the navigational bar to the left and in the blue table that follows on mobile apps, below is a list of the supper clubs located just outside of Calumet County. All of these supper clubs make for a small, but oh so delicious, part of the state!

Blanck's Supper Club - Malone

Cedar Lodge - Malone

Jim & Linda's Lakeview Supper Club - Malone

Koehring's Grand Central House - Kiel

Millhome Supper Club - Kiel

George's Steakhouse - Appleton

Michiel's Bar & Grill - Menasha

Van Abel's of Hollandtown - Kaukauna