To dine in the Wisconsin Room is to savor history as well as fine food.
In 1918, Walter J. Kohler built the American Club to house young men who immigrated from Europe and found work at Kohler Co. to build some savings before they brought their families across. The Wisconsin Room served as their dining hall.
One of the three stained glass windows at the west end of the room bears the following quotation from John Ruskin –
“Life without labor is guilt, labor without art is brutality.”
This adage reflects the longstanding Kohler belief that everything produced, be it a product or service, must be done in an artful way.
Today, that holds true in the food, flavors and philosophy of the Wisconsin Room kitchen which features cuisine focusing on locally sourced products simply, yet artfully prepared into innovative “farm-to-table” cuisine.
Pull up a seat in this storied room and enjoy seasonal selections of the finest meats, fish and produce the region has to offer in an elegant and historic setting.
Resort casual attire. Reservations strongly recommended.
Sunday Breakfast 6-9am
Sunday Brunch 9am-1pm
Friday Seafood Buffet 6-10pm
For information and reservations, phone