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We are the Supper Club Capital of the Midwest® and we encourage you to bring your appetite and find out why! If you don't know what a 'supper club' is, it is a traditional dining establishment that also functions, or has had a history of functioning, as a social club. In the 1930's and 40's these clubs were considered 'high class' yet affordable. They allowed a group of friends to go to the establishment for cocktails, dinner and entertainment. By today's standards they're viewed as 'a lot of good food and fun for a few hours work', even if most no longer provide entertainment. Supper clubs are unique to the rural areas in the Upper Midwestern part of the United States, and most common in Wisconsin.

Check out our Resources page for a brochure or map of our fine supper clubs. If you are more interested in hand made ice cream, pizza, or a family style meal, be sure to scan through the complete list of dining opportunities below.

Supper Club
Altona Supper Club
2306 Calumet Drive, New Holstein
(920) 898-5255    Website | Map

Cobblestone Creek
740 W. Ryan Street, Brillion
(920) 756-3214    Website | Map

Gobbler's Knob Supper Club
101 N. Military Road, Stockbridge
(920) 439-1265    Map

Little Chicago
N9650 Friendship Drive, Kaukauna
(920) 462-4393    Website | Map

Roepke's Village Inn
W2686 St. Charles Road, Chilton
(920) 849-4000    Website | Map

Schmitz Brothers 2
58 S. 8th Street, Hilbert
(920) 853-3015    Map

Schwarz's Supper Club
W1688 Sheboygan Road, New Holstein
(920) 894-3598    Website | Map

The Granary
N586 Military Road, Sherwood
(920) 989-1233    Website | Map

The Red Ox Seafood and Steakhouse
2318 S. Oneida Street, Appleton
(920) 830-4121    Website | Map