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The Immigrant Restaurant, our four-star showcase restaurant at The American Club® is widely noted for creating artful presentations of contemporary American cuisine with modern European influence. Rich in character and historic elegance, this award-winning restaurant is arranged in a series of six rooms that pay homage to the style of early Wisconsin settlers: French, Dutch, German, Norman, Danish and English.
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Visit this European-style wine cellar for a pre-dinner drink, or spend the evening enjoying small plates. Adjacent to The Immigrant Restaurant, this comfortable lounge offers nearly 1,000 wine selections, all of them rated 90 and above by Wine Spectator or Robert Parker. It also features an extensive selection of single-malt Scotch and Cognacs.
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The original dining hall of the immigrant workers of Kohler Co., The Wisconsin Room features innovative, farm-fresh cuisine in an elegant but approachable atmosphere. The menu, which rotates seasonally, is frequently complemented by daily specials, drawing inspiration from what’s in harvest.
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This casual historic tavern was once the taproom for Kohler Co. workers who lived at The American Club®. Abundant booths convey a cozy atmosphere, while the tabletops, made from the original bowling alley of The American Club, perpetuate the historic tradition of Kohler Co. Expansive bar with more than 16 craft beers on tap accommodates guests beyond the restaurant area and a lower level lounge features comfortable furniture and fireplace.
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With panoramic views of the Pete Dye-designed championship golf courses, this rustic American grill features regional cuisine like king salmon, premium steaks, stuffed and smoked pork chops and our signature sausage corn chowder. The lodgepole pine log masterpiece features a massive fieldstone fireplace and an outdoor terrace overlooking the shared 18th greens of the River and Meadow Valleys courses.
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Featuring a scenic view of Lake Michigan a rustic, Irish farmhouse setting, and multiple indoor and outdoor dining experiences, Whistling Straits® restaurant serves a mixture of innovative and classic cuisine with British influences. The menu features fresh Wisconsin produce and dairy, seafood from the coasts, Midwestern-raised meats and signature dishes like potato leek soup infused with fine sherry, rack of lamb and sticky toffee pudding.
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Overlooking Wood Lake in Kohler, this quaint setting with comfortable surroundings features wood-fired cuisine and imaginative takes on comfort food. Must-haves are the warm beer donuts, crispy Korean cauliflower, as well as pan-fried sea bass or soft-shell crabs. Signature thin crust pizzas are also available for lunch or dinner.
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River Wildlife's Lodge Restaurant is a private, rustic log cabin bordering a lush hardwood forest. Dining reservations are available to River Wildlife members and resort guests with lodging reservations at either The American Club® or Inn on Woodlake with a purchased entry pass. River Wildlife is not open to the general public. Herb Kohler calls it the best country gourmet in the United States.
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The idea of ways to live better was developed by Sir Ebenezer Howard, architect of the English Garden City. This charming antique solarium from Chorley, Lancashire, in the north of England, was meticulously dismantled there, transported halfway ’round the world and reassembled piece by piece to stand in its current home, The American Club® Fountain Courtyard. A memorable setting for morning coffee and hand-made pastries, a casual lunch, or after-dinner desserts.
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Not to be outdone by the awe-inspiring views of Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, our fifth-floor restaurant and panoramic bar specializes in modern rotisserie cuisine. Come hungry and enjoy signature dishes such as our dry-rubbed wings and herb rotisserie chicken. Featuring a collection of wines from around the globe, Taverne in the Sky is open for both lunch and dinner.
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Just yards away from Lambeau, Leaps & Bounds is your chance to break away from the action and get a taste of the legendary legacy of the most storied franchise in football. Enjoy wine, beer and coffee creations next to the cozy fireplace or step outside to the terrace to savor the view of the hallowed grounds of the Green & Gold.