Location and longevity support our experience
Initially a general store, our building later held a saloon with an attached barber shop. It transformed into a supper club with a small dining room in the mid 1900s. It was named The Granary in honor of the grain elevators next door—noting a perfect cycle of food from harvest to plate. Our proximity to Wisconsin farmland nurtures our relationship with local farmers, who provide the restaurant with beef and seasonal produce for a true farm-to-table experience.
Additions to the building, made in the 1980s and again in the 1990s, increased the size to its current configuration. The dining rooms now seat more than 150 guests; private parties of up to 100 can be accommodated in the back two dining/banquet rooms.
The Granary feels like what it is: A Wisconsin supper club. This mid-century style of dining establishment set a tone that continues to resonate with patrons who appreciate fine food and drinks served in an informal atmosphere. Inside The Granary, diners find exactly that: quality food prepared onsite by dedicated staff, and an ambiance that encourages relaxed enjoyment.