Sometimes numbers speak louder than letters. And sometimes they come together to tell a wonderfully vociferous story: six large-screen TVs, 700 full CDs, and 2,000 music videos. That's the tale of the tape at Third Base Sports Bar & Grill, where the staff navigates around a pool table and dartboard to serve pizza, burgers, and sandwiches. The menu includes a BLT stack and a philly wrap with shredded steak, onions, mushrooms, green peppers, and mozzarella. The team rents out a party room for $15 per hour, which includes a lighting-and-sound system and a dancing stage that actually gets up and dances in front of the floors of the other rooms. The libation department complements the food team by serving Budweiser, Blue Moon, and Miller Lite.
The scene at Deja Vu Martini Lounge is wild and fierce, blurring the lines between speakeasy, jazz club, and upscale lounge. More than 125 varieties of martinis—including specialties such as the seasonal pumpkin-spice martini—enhance the experience at this nighttime hot spot, alongside other inebriants such as wine and beer. Live music permeates the airwaves, and recorded hits from crooners such as Frank Sinatra and Marvin Gaye blend with classic decor to pay homage to yesteryear.
The Damn Yankees Wateringhole serves handcrafted beer and hearty snacks in a laid-back environment featuring a beer garden and rustic scenery. After filling their stomachs with wings, tacos, or fried fish, patrons can wander down to the Wolf River's banks for a game of volleyball or horseshoes, or stay late for live music in the warmer months.
Stimulating senses by way of meat and 17 television screens, Sliders Bar & Grill boasts a full menu of burgers and brews. Chow down on classic piles of wisconsin cheddar cheese curds ($5.49) or loaded nachos ($7.99) before your stomach dons a cape and tights for Sliders' super wings available regular or boneless and dressed in your choice of 10 different sauces ($3.99–$12.99). Each of Sliders' signature burgers weigh in at a half-pound of premium ground beef ($6.49+), while the cheeseburger sliders prove that not all shrinking-ray experiments are bad ($6.99 for three). Other eats include a loaded beef burrito ($7.99), a three-sausage pizza ($14.49), and, for those training for upcoming crossword puzzle-solving marathons, a low-fat turkey burger ($6.29).
Village Limits Supper Club opens its doors to diners six days a week for a time-honored and traditional dinner. Turning out a variety of options, chefs prepare plates ranging from tender cuts of steak cooked-to-order to Friday-night fish fries of perch and haddock. A full bar fills glasses with beer, wine, and mixed drinks to complete each meal.
Comedy Quarter serves heaping helpings of jokes alongside a hardy range of traditional American fare, a hint of Mexican eats, and a vast selection of drinks. Nabbing nationally recognized headliners alongside local up-and-coming talent on an average of five nights a week, this one-stop laugh shop could host an entire night out for friends or pet orangutans disguised as friends. The wide-ranging menu includes a variety of burgers, sandwiches, wraps, salads, and all-you-can-eat cod, which won a spot on the menu upon the colossal failure of all-you-can-eat individually wrapped rice. Be sure to loosen up atrophied giggle muscles at the full bar with beer and wine lists, which feature more than 30 specialty drinks and 12 martini flavors. Before deciding on a show to attend, check out the upcoming schedule and additional show information.