Wagon Wheel Supper Club & The Wine Cellar

★★★☆☆
The Wagon Wheel Rolls On Since 1946

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Monday - Saturday 5:00 PM- 10:00 PM

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Sure am glad we didn't let the other reviews influence our decision to go there, we had a great time. Don't understand the comments about it being too expensive, pretty similar to other fine dining places/prices in the area. We're from St Pt & wanted to try something different, we really enjoyed the food & if you save room - order a Irish Coffee & sit by the fireplace! Glad we made the hike, we'll be back.

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★★★★☆

Sure am glad we didn't let the other reviews influence our decision to go there, we had a great time. Don't understand the comments about it being too expensive, pretty similar to other fine dining places/prices in the area. We're from St Pt & wanted to try something different, we really enjoyed the food & if you save room - order a Irish Coffee & sit by the fireplace! Glad we made the hike, we'll be back.

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Horrific experience. My wife and I were about to enter the dining room when we were "intercepted" by the "host." We asked to be seated but were told "we're extremely busy. We could seat you but no one would wait on you." My wife pointed out that only two of the dozen or so tables were filled but that made not difference to our "host." We were directed to the bar but should have left at that point. We waited over an hour and watched another party precede us into the dining room. One waiter, one cook, one host. This is a restaurant that is designed with the convenience of the owners in mind, not the customers. Avoid at all costs. Food was mediocre.

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★☆☆☆☆

Horrific experience. My wife and I were about to enter the dining room when we were "intercepted" by the "host." We asked to be seated but were told "we're extremely busy. We could seat you but no one would wait on you." My wife pointed out that only two of the dozen or so tables were filled but that made not difference to our "host." We were directed to the bar but should have left at that point. We waited over an hour and watched another party precede us into the dining room. One waiter, one cook, one host. This is a restaurant that is designed with the convenience of the owners in mind, not the customers. Avoid at all costs. Food was mediocre.

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Tried this place several times thru the years and won't go back. The restaurant can be empty and the owner/host/bartender will make you sit at the bar before being shown a table. We don't drink. When we objected to going to the bar he said we had to wait for the table to be set-up. I don't know what needed to be done as they all appeared to be set? We went to the bar and ordered diet sodas. He literally sneered at us and immediately seated us at a table. The waitress continued the "bad attitude" throughout the meal. The food is very good...but fall off the bones ribs and fine steaks can be had alot of places for alot less money. Everything else was ala carte the last time we were there. Meaning you pay extra for the salad, potato, etc. Are they trying to be Ruth's Chris steakhouse??

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★★☆☆☆

Tried this place several times thru the years and won't go back. The restaurant can be empty and the owner/host/bartender will make you sit at the bar before being shown a table. We don't drink. When we objected to going to the bar he said we had to wait for the table to be set-up. I don't know what needed to be done as they all appeared to be set? We went to the bar and ordered diet sodas. He literally sneered at us and immediately seated us at a table. The waitress continued the "bad attitude" throughout the meal. The food is very good...but fall off the bones ribs and fine steaks can be had alot of places for alot less money. Everything else was ala carte the last time we were there. Meaning you pay extra for the salad, potato, etc. Are they trying to be Ruth's Chris steakhouse??

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The Wagon Wheel Supper Club's Babyback Ribs were excellent (Danish Babyback Ribs) - fall off the bone, finger-licking good! My husband ordered the "Butterball for One", (he thought he was ordering poultry, but it was actually an extra large center-cut tenderloin Black Angus steak. The Chef grilled it on an open charcoal grill, which we viewed from the Dining Room) - it was so tender, he could have used his butter knife. It's a 2nd generation family owned business - I think the oldest in Wausau, WI. They have an extensive wine listing w/their own wine cellar. The atmosphere is so unique, antiques everywhere - very cozy next to the fireplaces (2). It's our favorite! My husband & I enjoy fine dining, great wine & relaxation - if you're the same, than this place is for you. But if you lean more towards chain restaurants (with lower prices & "in & out" service, i.e. fast dining), than maybe you'll want to stick to the Applebees/Olive Garden/Tony Roma's type restaurants. However, if you're an educated connoisseur in quality food & spirits, you'll appreciate their menu. They say...good things never come cheap & are always worth the wait.

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★★★★★

The Wagon Wheel Supper Club's Babyback Ribs were excellent (Danish Babyback Ribs) - fall off the bone, finger-licking good! My husband ordered the "Butterball for One", (he thought he was ordering poultry, but it was actually an extra large center-cut tenderloin Black Angus steak. The Chef grilled it on an open charcoal grill, which we viewed from the Dining Room) - it was so tender, he could have used his butter knife. It's a 2nd generation family owned business - I think the oldest in Wausau, WI. They have an extensive wine listing w/their own wine cellar. The atmosphere is so unique, antiques everywhere - very cozy next to the fireplaces (2). It's our favorite! My husband & I enjoy fine dining, great wine & relaxation - if you're the same, than this place is for you. But if you lean more towards chain restaurants (with lower prices & "in & out" service, i.e. fast dining), than maybe you'll want to stick to the Applebees/Olive Garden/Tony Roma's type restaurants. However, if you're an educated connoisseur in quality food & spirits, you'll appreciate their menu. They say...good things never come cheap & are always worth the wait.

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This restaurant is very EXPENSIVE. I would not recommend it unless you have money to burn. I would never go back, once was enough. The staff are okay, nothing spectacular and the food is average.

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★★☆☆☆

This restaurant is very EXPENSIVE. I would not recommend it unless you have money to burn. I would never go back, once was enough. The staff are okay, nothing spectacular and the food is average.

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