2620 Center Drive
Hudson, WI 54016
Phone: (715) 690-2500
Fax: (715) 690-2501
Bars & Cafes
Experience the goodness of coffee done right, at the Dunn Bros Cafe. Sample hot and chilled espresso drinks, signature blends and specialty drinks at the cafe. Stop by for your morning caffeine fix, or for a mid-day pick me up to chase away the blues.
Choose from a selection of 18 bagel varieties, artisanal breads and original cream cheese spreads at the Hudson Bagel & Coffee Company. Baked on-site daily, these bagels are packed with the goodness of fresh flavor. Apart from a variety of bagels, sandwiches and soups, the cafe proudly serves coffees and espresso-based drinks created using beans sourced from B & W Specialty Coffee roasters.
The Nova is a downtown establishment that offers diners a seasonal selection of contemporary dishes inspired by their own exceptional wine, craft beer and cocktail selection. Prepared using fresh, seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients, the Nova offers its guests a thoughtful menu that is neither over the top, nor simple. Although you would usually pick a dish first and then a drink to go with it, at the Nova things are reversed for the drinks are the real stars of the show here.
Pudge's Bar is a classic Hudson staple. The bar is simple, inviting and nothing fancy; just a place where you can hang out with friends, catch a game and enjoy a drink or two. For entertainment, the bar offers a few arcade games, pool tables, dart boards and live music at the patio in summers. For those who come in hungry, Pudge's Bar also serves up a standard selection of bar food.
Hang out at Ellie's patio and enjoy a pint of cold beer as you cheer on your favorite teams to victory. This local bar boasts a loyal following of locals, alongside a smattering of visitors who drop in from time to time. Apart from a good selection of drinks, Ellie's on Main also serves up a modest variety of delicious bar staples like burgers, sandwiches and wings, alongside a few lighter options for health-conscious diners.
Sample exceptional craft beer, fine wine and scrumptious cuisine at Barker's Bar & Grill. Its warm and inviting, albeit pleasantly shabby, appearance sets the stage for a laid-back and casual meal with friends. The food menu is packed with flavorful and mouthwatering options like hand-pulled BBQ pork, Mexican Po'boys, Patty Melt Burgers and Stuffed Bacon Burgers. Rumored to be the home of the best burgers in town, Barker's Bar & Grill will not disappoint no matter what you choose off the menu.
Bert's is a simple, small-town cafe with oodles of charm to spare. Apart from coffee, the cafe serves up a delicious variety of breakfast sandwiches, snacks and other tasty bites. Snuggle up with a book, or explore the odd assortment of knick knacks that make up the decor as you savor a cup of Bert's fresh coffee.
Since its establishment in 1860, Dick's Bar & Grill has grown and expanded enough to cater to its customers' varying needs. The space is split up into four separate rooms, each with a unique character of its very own. From family-friendly dining to the classic tavern-style bar room, find the one that suits you best for an unforgettable night of drinks, music, delicious food and hospitality.
Historic downtown Stillwater is home to many fine bars and restaurants. Sitting in the middle is this combination of turn-of-the-century charm and a modern-day sports bar. The restored building sports high ceilings, a magnificent hardwood bar and large windows. The many televisions are constantly searching the airways for sporting events and are in clear sight from all parts of the bar. This bar sponsors a number of sports teams so the place can get crowded on game nights. Sandwiches are the specialty of the house and are so big, it may be necessary to transport the leftovers home. Features an excellent selection of domestic and import beers. Soda, hot drinks, and liquor are also available.
Downtown Stillwater is home to many Victorian-style buildings housing a multitude of bars. Duck into the cool interior of this one for a cold beer on a hot summer day. Brine's started as a 1950s meat market, but today the building is home to a restaurant, party room and bar. The saloon is street-level and quite charming. Antique advertising adds to its turn of the century atmosphere and wooden booths allow for privacy. Burgers, corned beef and homemade brats make up the standard-fare menu. Allow room for an ice cream fountain treat. Beer, wine, liquor and soft drinks are available. Check website for bar and restaurant timings.
This German hangout has lots of Bavarian delights. Knackwurst, bratwurst, types of schnitzel, sauerkraut - take your pick. The pork delicacies seem endless. The Apple Strudel and German Chocolate Cake leave you asking for more (though you might not have any room). The accordion playing and Polka Band keep you entertained. The staff is courteous and the German beer- by the pitchers- is definitely worth a try. Don't forget to check out the Oktoberfest in September.
The story of the Bierstube started on December 15, 1962, when Lawrence William Yanz opened up this beer parlor. Through the years the bar turned into a steakhouse but kept all the importance of a beer parlor. Known for the chilled tap-beer and great steak, the bar now has locations spread across the country. It's a casual and comfortable place with friendly and inviting staff and good service. Do try their tuna sandwiches and burgers. Check their website for their daily specials because they have tempting offers, such as, all burgers at half price on Mondays!