It was so sad to see all the memories auctioned off from the inside. Luckily the local Museum got some of the wonderfully "kitschy" artifacts. Have a look at some of the final interior photos I have posted.
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We have been stopping by Ed's Tee Pee Supper Club for years--whenever we are in the Tomah area. Called to make reservations and the number was no longer valid. Went on-line to Trip Advisor and saw that they had gone out of business. The food...More
Not a good experience. they had a Fish/seafood buffet, food was not very good. They did make a good Old Fashioned at the bar. That was the only good thing about our visit.
We both enjoyed the fish and chicken buffet, for $10.00....can't go wrong. Chicken was AWESOME, waitress was outstanding.
full family eat out. had 5 adults and 3 kids. all of us ordered buffet and had many problems with no or very low food in containers. salad completely gone, had to wait until they filled about 10 minutes, low salad supplies, scrapping the bowls....More
My mother fiance and I had a night out at the Teepee. Our experience was wonderful. The lighting perfect with the cute little candles set at the tables. Looked very clean and set a wonderful mood for our dinner. Our host was friendly and we...More
went there for a fishfry buffet.no soup was offered. i always look forward to getting a good hot soup. fish was greasy & had no taste. we ate at the tee pee numerous times before. change in mgmt & cook staff very apperant . we...More
there was 10 of us we mostly all ordered prime rib it was great tender ,the heated platteres could have been a lot hotter,i think they sat to long in the kitchen,service was great loved the place its huge,there wasn't a lot of people there...More
The staff was friendly and attentive. We had two special requests and the kitchen came through to accommodate us. The lemon meringue pie was wonderful. The decor was traditional and clean. The price was surprisingly moderate. We would definitely go back.