Our food was over cooked and mediocre, our drinks were wrong and extremely over priced, our wait staff could hardly understand English. We'd never go back. It wasn't the supper club experience I had hoped to share with my love.
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A real old fashion supper club that is only open part of the season. Reasonably priced good food served in a supper club atmosphere. We were there on the opening night of the season. Some servers had not waited tables until that very night and...More
This is a supper club. For those of you that have never experienced a supper club, you need to try the Greenwood. The bar looks like your in 1970 from the gold color formica bar top to the decorations on the walls. Bartenders are always...More
We were craving a Friday night fish fry and asked for recommendations and Greenwoods was on the list (not at the top). Their recommendations were wrong as Greenwoods fish fry was fantastic and the atmosphere classic Wisconsin Supper Club. We had the lake perch which...More
Great food, but you can't beat the atmosphere. Off the beaten path so minimal tourists, both local and long time vacationer favorite. You've got to see the bar!! (I'm an aficionado). Again, a must stop for fish fry.
We really enjoy eating here. We come here once a year. If you are seated near a window, you can enjoy the views of the backyard woodsy area. I ordered the broiled whitefish with a baked potato and mixed vegetables. My husband ordered the pork...More
We haven't eaten in the Greenwood for years although we are frequent visitors in Door County and have lots of favorite restaurants in the area. We decided to re-visit them this year with family from Southern Illinois. The food was good and the service was...More
Always looking for a good supper club. Kind of a throwback supper club setting, ,we like to have a drink before we eat at the bar, we both ordered Old Fashions , they were just ok, the price was outrages $8 a drink. were use...More
Restaurant has its local customers, sure, but the night we were there it was crowded. Tourists and locals mingle at the bar, and we had a leisurely dinner with friends. Dinners are complete with the side dishes, but desserts are separate. They didn't flinch at...More
The Wisconsin Supper Club vibe is at a resurgence. Books have been published on them and the throw back experience seems to be gaining in popularity. With that in mind we ventured to Greenwood on a quiet weekday in September. Only a few of the...More