I was not born or raised in Wisconsin. In fact, I generally find myself asking people I meet whether or not they are a "lifer" or "outsider".
I know and freely admit to being an "outsider", but there are some things about the Badger State which I find charming.
One of those is the Supper Club.
Tradition is important, to a person, family, and culture. Nowhere is there more tradition on display than in a Supper Club that's been open for many years.
This review of a traditional Supper Club in Madison is exactly what you would describe to someone, not of this planet, and their first question is, "So what's the deal with these Supper Clubs?"
Okay, their first question most likely would be, "Is it always THIS cold?", but let's say their next question would be about Supper Clubs.
Now last year, I did a three-part series talking about Supper Clubs in northeast Wisconsin. You can listen to it below.