Located at a rustic site on the north shore of Big St. Germain Lake, the Clearview Supper Club proclaims on the front of its menu that it has been serving customers since 1918. I wish I could report that like a fine wine, the place gets better and better with age, but a recent visit couldn't confirm that notion. I had walleye and got a small piece of minimally seasoned fish, served with a cup of melted butter for $18.95. The accompanying wild rice was bland and mushy. My wife's experience with the night's shrimp special was similar. She was somewhat taken aback by the small size of the bowl her garlic mashed potatoes were served in. Service was fine. Located on the backside of a condo development with the lake barely visible through the intervening hodgepodge of buildings, the view from the restaurant is not as dramatic as one would hope. On this night at least, we thought about other choices we could have made on our last night in the Northwoods for the summer.