Really really enjoyed the whitefish sandwich, but didn't try the Angostura Bitters. Folks, please offer free refills on soft drinks!
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This is a historic bar in that it served bitters (roughly 90 proof herbal elixir) during prohibition. They have plenty of memorabilia to the same and of course the opportunity to join the bitters club by drinking a shot. Worth a stop if on Washington...More
Took the ferry to Washington Island and am glad we had the car. It's a hike but well worth the stop. We didn't eat but did drink. My bartender had gone to school in Malmo, Sweden....the same town my daughter spent a year in. For...More
Stopped for lunch and had an awesome Bloody Mary. The staff was wonderful and the food was good too. The interior has tons of antiques, and you could spend hours just exploring the history.
Went here for drinks and the bitters club. Great bar tender that was knowledgeable and told us alot about the history of the hall. What a great old time bar to visit that is still run old school. A must visit when visiting Washington Island.
For almost a decade, we have stopped by here for our annual shot of bitters and to "renew" our membership in the bitters club (usually followed with some fried food product). You'll either love the shot of bitters or hate is. It's been described as...More
My husband and I took a day trip over to Washington Island and made Nelsen's a must stop so we could become a member of the bitter's club. The bartender Sam was super friendly and made the perfect Bloody Mary. All of the locals were...More