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taste the difference

Between fine dining, supper clubs, family-friendly feasts, sports-focused pubs, food trucks, breweries, a winery, and more, you will never run out of amazing things to eat and drink in Beloit — no matter your budget or preferences.

Whether you’re hungry, thirsty or a little bit of both, here’s your guide to the Beloit foodie scene during your next getaway!

fine dining

Feeling fancy? Treat yourself to dinner at one of Beloit’s fine dining establishments.

For your fine dining experience, start with special tapas, including bruschetta, grilled oysters, and French onion soup. Savor signature cut steaks and fresh salmon, shrimp, or bass. Don’t forget to order some rich dessert, while you sip specialty wine and cocktails.

fine dining

supper clubs

Beloit’s supper clubs share a rich history – some have been family-owned since the early 1900s. These venues offer a perfect taste of Wisconsin tradition! Enjoy daily specials such as Wisconsin fish fry, prime rib, cod, and roasted turkey. Definitely try a glass of Brandy Old Fashioned – Wisconsin’s favorite brandy cocktail.

Breweries & Wineries

Sip a glass of Chardonnay as you take in the tranquility of nearby vineyards. Whether you prefer red, white, or specialty, you’ll be sure to have an excellent wine experience. Or start your Happy Hour like a true Wisconsinite – with a glass of craft beer! Choose from a variety of flavors, tour a brewery, and enjoy fried Wisconsin cheese curds.

food truck

food trucks

Beloit offers dozens of food trucks. Enjoy flavorful tacos, quesadillas, and burritos. You can also get classic pulled pork sandwiches and subs. Grab some hot dogs and loaded spuds! Also try wild caught seafood, and wood fired pizzas! End your meal with some sweet treats including ice cream, bubble tea, and warm cookies!

Beloit Stories

Mr. B’s Coffee and Ice Cream

Mr. B’s story of courage, chasing dreams, and inspiring others is exactly the type of legacy that continues to build Beloit. Mr. Bobby Wilson, now in his 70s, was born in Mississippi and raised in Milwaukee, WI. While in his 20s he heard that Fairbanks Morse was hiring and that’s where his Beloit story begins.

The Butterfly Club

In 1990, brothers Mike and Hektor Sala fled communist Albania. Once in the United States the brothers owned restaurants in Freeport, IL and Brodhead, WI, but the purchase of The Butterfly Club in 1999 is where their story in Beloit of fulfilling their dream begins.

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