Take a drive to the quaint town of Barronett to stop by Bistro 63 for casual dining, wine pairings and a menu that is sure to satisfy any palate. Summers are a favorite time of the year, when they break out the wood fire pizza oven and entertain music on the deck. As we move inside for the cooler season, remember that the best way to ensure you have a seat saved for you is to make a reservation with the staff by calling the restaurant directly. Take your chances if you will, but you’ll soon find that Bistro is a favorite of many locals and may have a hard time elbowing your way in for a table. Maybe you want Chef Jeno’s expertly crafted meals to be the highlight of your next event? Contact them today to learn about how they can help you put together meal options, whether it’s buffet style, appetizer stations or formal seated meals. Traditionally trained and with years of experience in a variety of restaurant settings, Jeno brings the best of a large city dining atmosphere to a local venue. See a full menu, learn more about the restaurant and catering options and more on their website.
Bona Casa Foods holds a special place in many Cumberland-er’s hearts. Plenty of kids got their first job washing dishes for Rick & Randy or remember the annual cross-country run to Bona for the all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner. Countless birthdays, family dinners & deer hunting opener-eve meals have been enjoyed under that roof. Currently open just for take out, Bona Casa hopes to open their dining room again soon. When you want a little comfort food, especially as the weather gets colder, think of Bona Casa Foods. If you’ve got a true Bona Fanatic, they also offer mugs, apparel and accessories that make great gifts.
No membership is needed to pull up a stool at this club! Club Cumberland has a long history in town, sporting a side by side bar and bowling alley. Separate entrances make this the perfect place to host a kid’s party while still having a little something to entertain the parents as well. Adults of drinking age, stop by and have a drink with friends, throw darts or knock some pins down during cosmic bowling. With a large outdoor seating area and tiki bar for fun in the Summer, plenty of games and entertainment can be found inside during the chilly winter months. Hosting many events like paint and sip nights, specials during packer games and of course the drawing of the Queen there’s always something going on at The Club. The drinks are always frosty, the camaraderie warm and the bartenders friendly.
Chocked full of Wisconsin staples like cheese curds, brats and fudge, the Creamery in Comstock is more than just a retail store. Stop by and grab a sandwich from the deli, take a peek at the cheese making process and have a nice lunch outside on the picnic tables (You might just catch the fried cheese curd truck on a nice day in the Summer too!).
Recently purchased by Cumberland native, Dusty Anderson, the Corner Bar hasn’t lost a minute providing delicious food, cold drinks and a great place to shoot pool or shoot the breeze. With a large dining area on one side and a classic bar on the other, the Corner Bar & Restaurant provides food and fun no matter what age you are! Well know for the Corner Bar Basket (most might know this as the Lehmann’s basket from the many years this establishment was operated by the Lehmann’s), this menu item is a meal in itself! All your favorite things deep fried and piled high, get it to go and you’ll be glad you don’t have to roll yourself out the door to get home. Dine in or take out, Corner Bar has a great menu selection, let them do the cooking tonight!
Classic Friday night fish fry’s, Chicken and Rib dinners, parties out on the patio and a pavilion that can be rented for your own shindig. This family owned and operated business serves up American cuisine, and often has home cooked specials like beef stroganoff, chicken alfredo, pork chop dinner. Like and follow their Facebook to stay up to date with their specials & catch their giveaways.
One of the town’s favorite places to grab a quick snack and dessert, the Dairy Queen in Cumberland is run by a devoted couple that is constantly giving back to the community. Not only do they participate in Dairy Queen’s National Free Cone day, they donate to our Rutabaga Festival, participate in the Baga Bunny Hunt with their free Dilly Bar sticks for the ears and entertain busloads of kids at the end of the school year when they stop by for a treat on their way to get dropped off from school. Offering soft serve ice cream just a short walk away, many of us can probably remember a time when we took a break from swimming at the beach, watching a football game at Moser Field, or between unlimited rides during Rutabaga Fest to enjoy a cone, blizzard or dilly bar. In recent years we have seen the Cumberland Dairy Queen stay committed to bringing their customer’s the best service and quality food by making improvements to the indoor space and adding a few new tables outside to enjoy your treats at. I think the only “complaint” you could find about CDQ is that they aren’t open all year long! What are we supposed to do when it’s 30 below and for some reason we’re just hankering for a buster bar?!
Hosting annual Halloween, Ugly Sweater, Customer Appreciation & Superbowl parties (before the pandemic) the staff here sure know how to have a good time! They’ve got honestly priced drinks, an inviting patio and a volleyball league in the summer. Need a ride that can fit all your buddies to go bar hoppin? Hire their “up north uber” sober busDale’s Twin Pines Express and take the party to go as you hit all your other favorite bars in the area.
The Das Lach Haus offers full catering, a full service bar and a climate controlled environment for celebrations any time of the year. We are a premier event venue located in beautiful Cumberland, WI. We specialize in hosting weddings, corporate events, parties, and more. We offer a full catering menu to meet the needs of any budget.
Our friends out at the 5 O’clock have always satisfied our cravings for fine dining. Located on the shores of beautiful Granite lake, enjoy a drink on the patio in the Summer months or cozy up inside for a hot meal during the chilly season. The staff at The 5 O’clock club is committed to ensuring you receive the best service, whether it be take-out or in-house.
Since 1981, a local cooperative of folks who support the offering of local produce, organic dairy, vitamins and supplements & bulk goods have operated the Island City Food Co-op in downtown Cumberland. With fresh bread and bakery goods offered in their coffee shop adjoined to the store, this soon became a gathering place for locals to sit and gossip while they enjoyed a fresh cup of joe. Sadly the pandemic has put a temporary hold on folks gathering in such close quarters, but in an effort to adapt to the changing needs of their customers the co-op offers either in store or curbside pick up for your grocery needs. Just shoot them an email or give them a call and they’ll have your order ready to go in a few hours. For your convenience you can even purchase a voucher from the co-op so you don’t have to putz around with writing checks, getting change or using a card for every purchase. Simply purchase a voucher and charge your purchases to your account. You can view a full list of the products offered by the co-op on their website, and stay in touch with new arrivals by following their Facebook page.
It can be almost intimidating stepping into Island Wines & More due to their wall to wall selection of wines, liquors and beer. But never worry, as the staff there is incredibly helpful in finding just what you need, all you have to do is ask (or sometimes just look lost long enough and they’ll ask you instead)! They’ve got the largest selection of specialty wines, craft beers and spirits in the area. Even if you procrastinated buying the wine for the dinner party you’re on your way to, they’ve got a chilled bottle of wine perfect for the occasion and a hostess gift to boot! Also offering tobacco & cigars, ice, coolers and gifts, make Island Wines & More a must stop on your way to the cabin, dinner party or whenever you need to restock the liquor cabinet! Follow their Facebook page for giveaways, new arrivals and to participate in their Packer Game Giveaways.
Gas up, grab some grub and get onto your adventure. Kwik Trip has become a favorite of many Wisconsinites for their convenience and 24/7 availability. Your local Kwik Trip provides quick healthy snacks, fresh ingredients for dinner or to-go meals that are already hot or take and bake.
Folks that have never heard of Cumberland will perk right up when you utter the words “Louie’s Finer Meats”. Creating a landmark known world wide, the Muench family has ground, seasoned and filleted their way from humble beginnings in The Company Store to eventually establishing a large butcher and liquor lodge that you would be hard pressed to find an ill word spoken of. Celebrating 50 years in business in 2020, Louie’s has never once wavered in their commitment to quality, understanding that this is what has won them over 450 awards throughout the years and continues to bring new customers in and old customers back. From a small snack pack mix perfect for a lunch box to the whole kit-n-kaboodle of meats that it takes to feed a wedding party, Louie’s has something for every meat lover. Supporting all things Wisconsin, Louie’s also has a great variety of cheeses, desserts like SugarWood caramel and hand blended spices. Not willing to drive hundreds of miles just for a trip to Louie’s like some hooligans? You can order many of their products online and get them shipped right to your door! Visit their online store to see what’s available and give them a call with any questions!
Located in Downtown Cumberland Wisconsin, Nezzy’s Sports Bar & Grill welcomes you to come play with us! At Nezzy’s, you’ll find great food, a variety of beverages and excellent service in a fun environment. Kick back and relax while you watch your favorite sports games and enjoy an ice-cold beverage. We offer a full bar with a modest wine selection and a wide selection of craft, imported, and domestic beers. Stop in and try one of our 10 taps. Many of which are brewed right here in Wisconsin! Nezzy’s has also put together a fantastic food menu for you to enjoy with friends and family. From appetizers, burgers, pizzas, and more…We’ve got something for you! Now featuring Online Ordering!
Family owned and operated since 1903, the Nilssen’s have grown over the years from one humble general store location to six grocery and liquor stores spanning two states. Well known for their meat processing done at the Clear Lake location, the have an award winning line of “blue ribbon” meats available at all Nilssen’s locations. They provide great first time jobs for high schoolers, part time jobs for those looking for a flexible job schedule and full time positions for those wanting a steady, dependable paycheck with benefits. Nilssen’s Foods in Cumberland provides the following services in additional to all your grocery needs: License Plate Renewal, Dry Cleaning, Stamps, Lottery & Fresh cut bouquets and plants. To see all their locations, find out more about potential job openings or to read more on their story, visit their website.
Their other locations (Baldwin, Clear Lake, Ellsworth, Glenwood City and Zumbrota) offer the following services as well:
Serving a different type of food than others in Cumberland; smoked meats, locally brewed beer, most food locally sourced. Dine in or Take-out (indoor and outdoor seating), dockside delivery at the lake (Beaver Dam), BBQ and Brew!
Wisconsin, cabin and Cumberland apparel, locally produced gifts and regular live music add to the already amazing Coffee Shop and Cafe that is Peter and Annie’s. Check out their Facebook page for a peek at their daily specials and new additions to the menu. Adding new items all the time, keep stopping back in to Peter and Annie’s to see what’s cookin! Offering truffles, cookies, baked goods, sandwiches, salads, coffee, lemonade, teas and much more.
Most well known for their agricultural products, Synergy Coop has a large presence in our community. From helping farmers choose the right seeds for their crops to supplying propane to keep the house toasty in the winter months they help all citizens of the area. Most recently Synergy has made a large investment in Cumberland by choosing to develop land and build a brand new Cenex gas station at the intersection of Hwy 48 & Hwy 63. The new station serves hot food, provides gas for semi’s and hopefully will attract more folks to route their trip through Cumberland. You can find out about all the services and products that Synergy has to offer by visiting their website.
Longtime expert in mushroom and things mycology, Tavis has established himself in Cumberland as our local mushroom expert. With foraged foods seeing a rise in popularity, you can get in on the fun by buying his book, purchasing a grow-at-home kit and seeing them sprout for yourself! Tavis also recently established a chapter of the Wisconsin Mycology Club up here in the northwoods for mushroom enthusiasts in this far flung corner of the state.