Nestled In A Cabin And Surrounded By Towering Pines, Burnt Bridge In Wisconsin Serves Up A Real Northwoods Experience
Nothing says the Northwoods like Burnt Bridge! Don’t let the name fool you; it’s actually a restaurant – and a popular one at that. It started off as a local favorite and has grown into a landmark eatery known for its homemade food, scenic setting, abundance of rustic charm, and colorful history.
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Boasting a rustic, log cabin setting, hearty drinks, even heartier grub, and wild animals – inside and out – it’s easy to see why Burnt Bridge has remained a favorite throughout the decades. For more information, call the tavern at (715) 479-8530. You can also visit the Burnt Bridge Tavern website or Facebook page.
So, did you know about this notorious Northwoods eatery? Ever visited? If so, what’d you think? Tell us in the comments section.
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Address: 5920 W County Hwy K, Conover, WI 54519, USA
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