After the repeal of Prohibition, in Wisconsin, liquor licenses were first granted to establishments that served food. Dancing was usually part of the package. Thus the supper club was born. One of the de rigueur features is the relish tray or salad bar.
Village has a typical version: beets, whitefish salad, carrots, celery sticks, macaroni salad, potato salad, wine cheese, cole slaw, and chicken liver pate. Most of the salad bar items are available for carryout at per-pound prices.
The menu is pretty much your standard surf-and-turf type plus Italian specialities. There's a full-service bar.
Friday Fish Fry (It IS a Wisconsin super club, after all.)
Plenty of parking.
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