This is a Classic Wisconsin Dells Experience:
Ishnala means “by itself alone” in the language of the Winnebago Indians. Located deep in the woods and perched high above picturesque Mirror Lake, the land was once used by the Winnebago Indians as a ceremonial ground. In the early 1800s, a log cabin trading post was erected there. The current restaurant structure amazingly still has the original stone fireplace, log walls and staircase from that trading post. With Frank Sinatra music lilting in the background, and lobster and New York Strip served all around, it’s a slice of perfection. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day.
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