Tyranena Brewing Company produces 6 year-round beers and a number of seasonal and specialty brews. Beer is available in bottles and select draft accounts throughout Wisconsin, Minnesota, Indiana and the Chicago area. Visit our beautiful Tasting Room and Beer Garden; exact available online. Free tours Saturdays at 3:30 pm.
Perfect Brow Bar was born in 2008, when the United States first started embracing eyebrow threading—an ancient method of removing unwanted hair with swift twists of a cotton thread. As the service’s popularity grew, so did Perfect Brow Bar: it now boasts more than 15 locations across the central states. Some patrons report that threading is less painful, causes less redness, and is more precise than waxing, and the method doesn't require any brutal candle killing. In addition to threading, the trained staff beautifies clients with services including facials, eyelash extensions, and henna tattoos.
Twirling revelers cut through colorful lights and twirling dancers while Lava Lounge's bartenders shake up martinis, pour frosty pints of domestic beer, and forge an array of cocktails. The menu flaunts multicolored concoctions like a chemist's resumé, with drinks including the key-lime-pie martini, a fusion of creamy vanilla and citrus flavors with a honey-and-graham-cracker-crumb rim. The trance-inducing Zombie cocktail swirls dark rum and cherry brandy, and drink specials rotate daily between potent long island teas ($2), piquant glasses of bloody mary ($3), and sloshing pitchers of domestic brews ($4). Occasional live-music events create a sonic backdrop while customers practice coordination every Tuesday with beer-pong tournaments ($5 cups) for cash prizes or hit the dance floor for chances to prance through pulsing laser lights without getting kicked off museum-heist squads.
With a menu brimming with healthy options and local ingredients, the Waterfront Pub & Eatery serves up toothsome comfort fare and frosty beers on tap. Unleash the salvos on hunger with a spinach-artichoke fondue bubbling with hot parmesan and goat cheese, wine, herbs, and lemon, and served with a toasted baguette fork ($8.79), or a Waterfront caprese featuring a savory mélange of sliced tomato, mozzarella, and basil pesto ($8.99). Waterfront's burgers ($6.99–$8.99) steal the show from lesser meat slabs, with a choice of cheese and side groupies such as tots, skin-on fries, slaw, or a crunchy entourage of house-fried chips. Heartier entrees fill capacious insides with baked wisconsin mac ‘n’ cheese ($10.99) and cedar plank Atlantic salmon ($17.99) or cover the entire banquet table of a Lilliputian family reunion.
Every seat at The Beach House Restaurant and Bar gets a front-row view of the sun as it sinks below the other side of the lake. These nightly sunset shows make it easy to see why the space has been a popular hangout since the 1940s. Although The Beach House only opened its doors in 1995, it's still a haven for old-fashioned fish fries and traditional grilled steaks. The menu also showcases six varieties of salad, including ones topped with grilled salmon or king louis crab, perfect for those seeking a lighter option or extra lettuce to save for rabbit bait.
Cardinal's Nest serves up a mountainous menu of sports-friendly fare in a lively ambience. Eager eaters can dig foam fingers into a Cardinal's Nest appetizer, a nest of onion rings filled with deep-fried pickles, green beans, cheese curds, and chicken wings ($9.99). Sandwiches ranging from a slow-cooked barbecue-pork wrap ($7.69) to a half-pound all-American burger smothered in barbecue sauce, cheddar, bacon, and onion straws ($8.29) tackle halftime hunger along with entrees such as blackened chicken and fettucini swimming in homemade alfredo sauce ($11.99). On Friday nights, the bar fries up beer-battered cod fillets for seafarers ($7.99–$11.99).