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Upcoming Events for La Crosse Club Members

Now Available - Free Trade, Organic Coffee from Carlson Coffee RoastersHoliday Party – Sat., February 16 from 5pm-8pm. Heavy hors d’oeuvres. Free for members. $20 for guests. Cash bar available. Sneak peek of our new “clocktails”!

Hello Dolly at Orpheum Theater in Minneapolis – Wed., April 24.

War of the Rosés – Thursday, March 14. Enjoy tastings from a variety of new, highly-rated, rose wines. Hors d’oeuvres included. The featured wines will be available for purchase by members.

J. Henry Bourbon Tasting – Coming in April! An evening with the Henry family featuring their award-winning, hand-crafted bourbons. Produced from grains grown on their family farm in Dane, WI and aged in oak charred barrels. Visit for a sneak peek.

Bourbon and Bowties – Coming in May! When the clock springs ahead so will the La Crosse Club with our first annual charity event. Details to come.

Happy Hour Coming Soon

Starting on Tuesday, February 19 – Happy Hour will be available from 4:30pm-7pm.

Available Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday with hors d’oeuvres and a light fair menu offered.

Exciting new wine offerings. Bottles of select wine paired with a charcuterie plate.

Take a Trip Down Memory Lane with The La Crosse Club’s New “Clocktails”

Martini Glass1882 – French Martini – Created to honor the first French families to settle in La Crosse – the Moses’ and Jolivette’s. Featuring Door County Cherry Vodka, Champagne, and several other mixers.

1903 – Aviation Cocktail – Who were those brothers from Ohio? Gin, maraschino, Violette, and lemon. Shaken…just like their first flight.

1907 – Mississippi Mule – After a long day on the river towing those barges it’s best to refresh with our version of the other “M” Mule. Wheatley Vodka, ginger beer, lemon bitters, and lime juice.

1920 – Prohibition Cocktail – Once the bootlegger arrived, the ‘tea cups’ were filled to nearly the brim. To disguise the awful taste, a healthy dose of olive juice was added. Two parts vodka or gin and one part olive juice. Enjoy.

1936 – The “Old Timer” – Originally a glass with a sugar cube moistened bitters and ice was passed to the drinker along with the liquor of his choice. Yes, they were handed the entire bottle. We aren’t quite offering an entire bottle, but we have a choice of small batch bitters and three distinct blends of rye, whiskey, and brandy for the “old timers”.

1946 – Wisconsin Coffee – Uniquely ours with a nod to the Irish. Featuring J. Henry small batch Wisconsin bourbon and locally roasted Bourbon Barrel coffee. Yes, Fair Trade Organic coffee beans aged in distillery barrels.

*Ingredients are locally sourced whenever possible.

La Crosse Club Members Invited to Minneapolis to See Hello Dolly

Mark Your Calendars for Wednesday, April 24

Hello Dolly featuring Betty Buckley at the Orpheum Theater in Minneapolis. Includes: Round trip bus transportation, pre-show dinner at the historic
Minneapolis Club, and the show.

Limited to 38 guests.

Pricing and reservations will be available at the Holiday Party.

Friday Night Fish Returns to The Club

Featuring Three Rivers fish and chips, Friday Fish starts on Friday, March 15 and is available every Friday beginning at 5pm through April 12. Reservations are requested.