1847 at the Stamm House writing new chapter

1847 becomming hip while keeping old traditions
1847 at the Stamm House writing new chapter
Dig in to this grass-fed beef burger topped with bacon-onion marmalade, mornay sauce and house-made pickles with a side of frites and garlic aoili.

The old Stamm House has quite a history, but a new chapter is being written. Built in 1847–as the new restaurant’s name references–this landmark’s past includes a stagecoach inn, a speakeasy and a supper club.

A stunning two-year renovation incorporates stone walls, rustic wood and contemporary fittings. The menu concentrates on modern Wisconsin penchant–a grass-fed beef burger, a big steak with roasted potatoes and, of course, Friday night fish fry. Home-style nightly specials embrace an eons-old Stamm House specialty: chicken and dumplings. 1847 is as comfortable as an old shoe, but hip, too.