Who wouldn't enjoy a nice meal near a warm fireplace with friends and family? Obviously, you'd enjoy that scenario because you are reading this article. Or maybe you're wondering what a supper club is?

Supper clubs started as taverns, resorts, and dancehalls where fried chicken and perch were served along with a beer. Eventually, these places transformed their food and decor, and as a result, the classic menu we know and love came into being: Friday fish fry, Saturday prime rib, Sunday broasted chicken and ribs.

The aforementioned foods aren't the only items on the menu, as you'll see in the photos below.

If you're looking for a great supper club with a warm atmosphere (literally) these are destinations sure to make your "must visit" list.

Wisconsin Dells, WI

If you're ever in Wisconsin Dells you should make a point to grab dinner at this spot.

Casual to Fine Dining restaurant, established in 1959 by the Obois Family.

House of Embers' menu includes more than just ribs, but that is one of their most popular options.

Famous for Hickory Smoked BBQ Ribs, Flame Kist Steaks, Crab Legs, Shrimp, Lobster, Pasta & Sandwiches.

House of Embers is at 935 Wisconsin Dells Pkwy, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965.

Mosinee, WI

The scenery surrounding Pinewood Supper Club is stunning to those who love the outdoors but the experience inside will be loved by all.

You'll love the fireplace.

The menu.

And the drinks.

The Pinewood Supper Club is at 147801 Half Moon Lake Dr, Mosinee, WI 54455.

West Bend, WI

Another cozy option sits in West Bend on the shore of Big Cedar Lake.

The food is unquestionably mouth-watering.

The drinks, along with this view, make Timmer's Resort a prime supper club destination.

Delevan, WI

It doesn't get much cozier than The Duck Inn.

Once you walk through the front doors you'll feel at home as you're greeted by their great staff.

The atmosphere includes casual fine dining in an "elegant country setting with historical duck theme".

The story behind the name and theme?

The name, The Duck Inn, originated first during the prohibition era when the Duck Inn was a speak easy. Therefore, patrons were to secretly “duck in” for a drink where the bartender would tell a patron to be quiet and “speak easy”. (The Duck Inn)

[h/t TravelWisconsin]

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