In true supper club fashion, guests receive a complimentary relish tray and bread basket before meals are served. The menu features classic supper club options including lazy Susans, steaks, chops and seafood cooked on the Midwest's first Josper Woodstone charcoal ovens, hearty sides as well as a family-style menu for parties of 6 or more and a kid's menu. The highlight of the bar is a "Drink Like It's 1958" menu with classic cocktail options including old fashioners, manhattans, slow gin fizzes, a variety of ice cream drinks and more.
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The Wisconsin Supper Club
Midwest supper clubs were born in the early 30’s – mostly in rural Wisconsin and became an enticing destination where people would gather for cocktails, supper and entertainment. Neighborhood camaraderie and a comfortable atmosphere is a commonality all supper clubs hold to this day. While not your typical northwoods supper club, the interior focal point of Joey Gerard’s is a nod to that genre with “Montague” – a large moose head which hangs above the fireplace mantel. Montague hung in a restaurant / bar in northern Wisconsin for 40 years before Joe Bartolotta picked him up at the state fair.The vibe at Joey Gerard’s embraces a casual, family-dining experience. Combining classic supper club menu options, value-oriented specials, classic cocktails and ice cream drinks make Joey Gerard’s the perfect community gathering place.