Faces of Milwaukee 2020 | An Exceptional Club Experience

In this special section, Milwaukee Magazine introduces you to the people who endeavor for the success of their businesses and non-profits, as well as for the city they call home.

(FROM LEFT) Karen Onan, Chief Financial Officer; Greg Abbate, Country Club Executive Chef; Curt Larson, Director of Golf; Allen Boltik, City Club Executive Chef; Bret Clark, General Manager; Photo by Boutique Photographer, Linda Smallpage

Wisconsin Club

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In 1843, Alexander Mitchell built a beautiful home on West Wisconsin Avenue, which would later become a social club. Since 1892, the Wisconsin Club has been a fixture in the city of Milwaukee, and is now listed on the National Registry of Historical Places. In the intervening years, the Wisconsin Club has grown to become Milwaukee’s premier private club, offering a luxurious experience at a great value. With the addition of a country club in 2010, the Wisconsin Club now offers its diverse member community a variety of amenities at two locations within the city. These include six dining spaces with locally sourced food and delicious menus, and VIP services such as exclusive access to tickets and premium event experiences. Signature member events include gourmet wine dinners, outdoor festivals, live concerts and fun, family-focused activities. Both clubhouses offer a variety of spaces where members can host private business or personal events, guided by expert catering professionals. At the Country Club, members can join golf leagues and invitationals, and work on their game with a PGA Top 100 teaching professional, all on a championship 18-hole golf course. Members also enjoy swimming, tennis, pickleball, and access to personal training and massage therapy. These amenities, along with a dedication to personalized service, are part of the Wisconsin Club community, where an innovative approach to the club experience provides members and guests the time of their lives.


This story is part of Milwaukee Magazine‘s September issue.

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