The Buckhorn, Schwarz and Ding-A-Ling are a few good supper clubs in Wisconsin. The Granary, HobNob and Schaffer Park supper clubs are also popular with locals.
The Buckhorn Supper Club in Milton has been continuously operating for 80 years. The restaurant's popular dishes include cod and prime rib. The Buckhorn also hosts regular lobster boils with lobsters flown in from Maine.
Schwarz's Supper Club in New Holstein is a 50-year-old business. The steaks are a specialty of this supper club. The cooks cut the steaks in house and flavor them with a house seasoning. The club also hosts a Friday Night Perch Fry.
Ding-A-Ling Supper Club in Hanover is a family friendly establishment. The supper club specializes in meat, especially steak, prime rib and barbecued ribs. The dessert specialty is an ice cream drink.
The Granary Supper Club in Sherwood serves great steak in a bustling atmosphere. The supper club also has a popular salad bar.
The HobNob Supper Club is located on Highway 32 between Racine and Kenosha. The club started operations in 1954 and at one time featured dancing on the rooftop. Steak is a popular dish, and the restaurant features a full bar.
Fried chicken, walleye and perch are specialties of the Shaffer Park Resort and Supper Club in Crivitz. The cooks fry the chicken in lard.