Warm wishes: Rhinelander’s best comfort food
Looking for a way to warm up on those chilly fall nights? Rhinelander is home to tasty restaurants and supper clubs that will leave you feeling satisfied—and more than a little a full. Here are a few dinner spots you shouldn’t miss.
Situated in downtown Rhinelander, The Brick offers hearty cuisine for those cool fall nights (including a delectable garlic & bleu cheese stuffed tenderloin filet), as well as a vegetarian options (try the roasted cauliflower & chick pea tacos) for those looking for something a little lighter. Open at 4pm Monday-Saturday.
Another downtown destination, Brown Street 151 is one of the newest additions to Rhinelander’s restaurant scene. Mixing hometown tradition with city flair, Brown Street 151 offers delicious brick-oven pizzas and other tantalizing entrees like Bourbon Street grilled pork and butternut squash ravioli. Closed Sundays.
Sitting on the scenic shores of Lake Thompson, Holiday Acres Resort has welcomed Northwoods visitors for 70 years. That hospitality isn’t just for resort guests, as diners at the resorts spacious 3 Coins Restaurant can attest. Head out to dinner from 5 to 9pm Tuesday through Sunday and enjoy savory dishes like pistachio encrusted pork, barbeque ribs and walleye. Don’t miss their Friday night buffet and Sunday morning breakfast.
A Northwoods classic, this supper club serves up great drinks and dinner with a heaping helping of ambiance. Diners with a big appetite can take advantage of Al-Gen’s all-you-can-eat Friday night fish fry or sample one of the restaurant’s combination plates. Closed Mondays.
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