With regular nights on each month, experience unique and different evenings in intimate settings with people united through a universal love of food.
You can’t miss the Highway 32 location, between Racine and Kenosha.In celebration of this, we are hosting a monthly Supper Club, which allows attendees to admire and learn about the new range whilst enjoying a delicious supper. By Mary Bergin Special to Travel Supper clubs are all about connection in Wisconsin, and that includes nooks for romantic interludes.Dinners take place at a large communal table located everywhere from a roof-deck or warehouse in the Mission to a houseboat in Sausalito. There are 16 guests in all, seated in O’Halloran’s stylish and spacious living room.Right out the door is Lake Michigan, flashy neon signage and a painting of a giant martini.On the menu: thick lamb chops, roasted duckling and lots of other momentous dinner fare.Get a few friends together for a high quality meal without the pretense of a fancy restaurant, or go stag and meet interesting people over the multiple courses. I Forgot It's Wednesday Founded in NYC and recently started in SF, I Forgot It's Wednesday seeks to create a dining atmosphere that—true to its name—captivates guests with interesting conversation and ingenious pairings, causing everyone to forget it’s Wednesday. Barzelay cooks up modern American food complemented by seven to eight ABV pairings.The five-course dinner is prepared by chef Jenny Dorsey and served with wine pairings and cocktails crafted by her husband Matt Dorsey. Two seatings are offered each night, one at 6pm and one at pm.These social dining experiences can take place anywhere from a Victorian house in the Mission to a houseboat on the bay. Join to the mailing list to stay updated about future suppers, and send an email here to reserve a seat. Lazy Bear After hosting garnished dinner parties for his classmates in law school, chef David Barzelay carried his culinary passion with him to Lazy Bear, where he started hosting supper clubs at various locations before opening up a brick-and-mortar version in the Mission.They're often themed and typically feature local ingredients, but the off-the-grid aspect of the dinners is arguably their most alluring quality. In honor of the traditional family-style shared eating experience, now Lazy Bear remains as inviting and energetic as it did in its pre-restaurant days, where snacking and mingling kick off the feast, which is served to guests at long American elm slab tables.Explore these romantic dining experiences and stay in the know about more of Wisconsin's best supper clubs by subscribing to our newsletter.Hob Nob – Kenosha That retro name means a place to mingle, and art deco décor is over-the-top gorgeous and sultry: Naugahyde seating in white, passionate purple ceilings, fringed drapes, silky wall hangings.There’s also the option to have the food paired by an expert sommelier, or with winter juices.