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They had Bison, Quail, Pheasant and Duck for specials on Saturday. The chef was nice enough to stop by our table and give us his recommendation which we both loved. We tried the Pheasant and it was yummy. The other people in our party had...the walleye and loved that as well. Nice people, plenty of parking, something different the the same old same old.More
So good we dined at their bar on back-to-back nights with Audra the enthusiastic mixologist and Chef Nathaniel. These were special evenings where the fellow customers added a complimentary touch. In the small world department we met for the first time a couple who had...raised their family in Racine Wisconsin along a parallel pattern of many things SC Johnson Wax, Prarie school, Holy Name and Sacred Heart. It was a rare delight to share an evening with such warm and gracious people we had never met before.More
We had heard good things about this relatively new restaurant and decided to try it. It was a wonderful evening from the moment we stepped in. Servers wore masks/visors which spoke to us about how seriously they take the Covid-19 pandemic...something we only saw in...only one other restaurant we tried (we were there before the state mandate). My husband enjoyed the fresh beer from the tap and I had a "traditional" Manhattan. Drinks were followed by delicious salads ( his: Caesar, mine: special grilled peach) Our entrees were very, very good...I had prime rib cooked exactly as I had requested and his walleye was perfect. The meal was capped off with a cake dessert. It is a small place so remember to make reservations...best place we ate in around Hayward.More
We spent a week "rusticating" in Northern Wisconsin, and decided to end our vacation with a meal at the Tavern at White Stag Farm. Our only regret is that we did not find this wonderful restaurant much sooner during our stay!! An excellent experience, start...to finish. While the entrees (walleye and steak) were the stars, the bread, salad, potatoes, cooked vegetables, and drinks formed a great supporting cast. Service was equally excellent.
Northern Wisconsin is a bit far from our home, but the White Stag is a powerful draw for a return visit, despite the long drive.
The restaurant was very respectful of all measures needed to battle the pandemic -- masks (over the nose) for all staff, tables nicely spaced, and the tables thoroughly cleaned after each use (including wiping the salt and pepper shakers!).
Lastly, while I have checked the "pub" box, please note that the restaurant is quite separate from the bar area. The latter is inviting too, and it is well worth a stop in and of itself for a pint of beer or glass of wine.More
This little gem in the Northwoods is worth the trip! The menu is so much different that the rest. The ambience is relaxing and welcoming. The wine list is extensive and you have to try the Coconut Cake!
Dinner here tonight was as expected! The atmosphere was cozy and inviting. Our server, Darlene, was warm, funny, efficient. We had baked brie appetizer, blue plate meatloaf, bourbon porkchop and chicken marsala. Topped off by a light and fluffy lemon cake. It was an enjoyable...experience and we will definitely be back.More
Amazing transformation of the Club 77 restaurant. The new decor and atmosphere matches that of Club 77 but is updated and refined. Food is excellent and the specialty drinks are superb all at a reasonable price. If you are looking for a wonderful dining experience...that isn’t going to break your piggy bank this is it!!More
Four of us had dinner and everyone raved about the food and our service was outstanding. The waiter had a real sense of humor but the overriding reason we gave five stars is that the food was so good. My wife and i had the...walleye and it is the best we have had in the Northwoods. Great job. We are scheduled to come back again this weekend.More