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Brambleberry has been named one of the state's top five eco-elegant inns by the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. Part of the reason we were singled out for this distinction is because we are the only Wisconsin bed and breakfast that offers organic dinners grown onsite during the growing season.

Guests love the convenience of eating at the inn. Fridays and Sundays sandwiches, salads, pasta and the area's best deep dish pizzas are available. Previous notice is appreciated but not always necessary. Eat in your guest room, our dining room, porch or ask us to pack you a picnic. Saturday evenings we serve one sit down dinner in the dining room at 7 p.m. by previous reservation only. The menu schedule for our upcoming dinners is on this page. While urban B&Bs are a short distance to numerous restaurants, out here in the country we are not. We are 10 miles to the nearest casual restaurant and about 30 miles to the area's best gourmet restaurants.

After enjoying our breakfasts, many people expressed a desire to also be able to eat dinner with us. We stand out as one of only two Wisconsin B&Bs that offer dinner every weekend. It requires an additional (very expensive) restaurant license above and beyond our B&B license. It's just cost prohibitive and doesn't make financial sense for most B&Bs to do this. We took the plunge in order to serve our guests even better. Now they don't have to navigate windy, unfamiliar country roads after dark, dodging the deer and Amish buggies that share the road. If someone wants to enjoy a couple of drinks with dinner, they can do so safely and just retire to their room after dinner. The fact that we offer the convenience of an evening meal is one of the aspects guests find very appealing about our inn.


BLT: $5
Turkey pesto: $4
White cheddar grilled cheese: $5
Bruschetta (6 pieces): $6
Cheesey herb bread (6 pieces): $6
Angel hair pasta with sun-dried tomatoes, olives and basil: $7
12-inch deep dish pizza (serves 2): $13
Choose from the following toppings: Italian sausage, pepperoni, onion, green pepper, green olives, black olives, cheese
Greek pizza: $14
Basil pesto sauce, black olives, green peppers, onion, parmesan, garlic herb feta cheese and mozzarella
Chicago pan pizza (10-inch deep dish): $13
Mozzarella, Italian sausage, optional onions and green peppers, topped with plum tomatoes
Chicken and bacon alfredo pizza: $14
12-inch deep dish, creamy alfredo sauce topped with grilled chicken, bacon, onions and mozzarella cheese


Greek salad: $5
Garden salad: $4
BLT salad: $5
Italian deli pasta salad: $5
Fresh fruit: $.50 Apples, oranges and bananas.
Cheese plates: $10. Cheese, crackers, salami and fruit.
8 oz. loaf of Italian bread and 4 oz. cheddar cheese: $6


Dinner at the inn

Harvest dinners and feasts begin July 16 and run through Oct. 29. Alternating Saturdays we serve three-course harvest dinners: salad, entree and dessert or five-course harvest feasts: soup, salad, entree, dessert, cheese and wine course to finish. These meals feature produce from our organic kitchen gardens and our own homegrown or locally sourced meats. Most and usually all meat, vegetables, fruit and herbs are wholesome slow foods with zero miles on it. This meal allows guests to get in touch with their food source.

Brambleberry's dining room

Dinner is offered every Saturday at 7 p.m.

B&B guests need to make separate dinner reservations if you would like to partake of our Saturday evening dinner. Forty-eight hours advance notice is necessary for us to plan and prepare accordingly. Each evening's menu is posted below. Innkeepers host this casual dinner. We offer one glass of wine for each guest. Guests are welcome to bring their own wine, beer or cocktails to enjoy with dinner. We offer dinner as a convenience to guests and you will not offend us if you choose to dine elsewhere.
Other food options are not available on Saturday evenings. Only whole house rentals may request a change in the menu. Our dining room is not open to the public.

Menu schedule
Prices are per person

Saturday, April 2
$25: Spiced butternut squash and maple soup, home baked bread, salad of romaine with pear, apple, dried cranberry and cashews with a poppy seed dressing, roast beef, oven roasted potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, green peas, glazed carrots, brownie bottom cheesecake

Saturday, April 9
$20: Garlic zucchini soup, home baked bread, Greek salad, chicken parmesan, fettuccine alfredo, green peas, pumpkin cake roll

Saturday, April 16
Closed for vacation

Saturday, April 23
$18: Greek salad, home baked bread, lasagne, steamed vegetable medley, chocolate cake

Saturday, April 30
$25: Spiced butternut squash and maple soup, home baked bread, roast turkey, mashed potatoes with basil and chives, herbed corn, cranberries in port wine, Bakewell tart

Saturday, May 7
$30: Spiced butternut squash and maple soup, home baked bread, salad of romaine with pear, apple, dried cranberry and cashews with a poppy seed dressing, beef tenderloin, garlic mashed potatoes, saute of julienned garden vegetables, white chocolate strawberry cheesecake

Saturday, May 14
$18: Greek salad, home baked bread, lasagne, steamed vegetable medley, chocolate cake

Saturday, May 21
$25: Broccoli cheese soup, home baked bread, Roquefort pear salad, beef roast, roasted root vegetables, green beans, Irish apple cake

Saturday, May 28
$25: Garlic zucchini soup, home baked bread, spinach salad with cranberry and orange, chicken parmesan, fettuccine alfredo, green peas,lemon cream cheese dessert

Sunday, May 29
$10: Greek salad, individual grilled pizza made to order

Organic kitchen gardenGarden produce

Build your own picnic package!

We'll loan you our picnic baskets and a blanket so you may enjoy dininBrambleberry's picnic packageg alfresco on our lovely nature trails, porch or patio. Or eat in your room if you like. We can also brown bag it to go if you're leaving for the day or checking out.

Salad and sandwiches are available anytime and are priced from $4 to $6. (Not all all sandwich and salad items are available everyday -- it's always best to request in advance.) They make great picnic lunches for enjoying on our beautiful hiking trails or purchase to enjoy with wine tasting at Tenba Ridge Winery.