The history of the new Lake Geneva Social Club | Local News

Siemers Cruise-In, 107 Kenosha Street, Walworth: Siemers Cruise-In has been open since 2008 and is known for its delicious pizzas and grilled burgers, which they proudly call “the second best burger in the world”.

46 Tavern, 103 Kenosha Street, Walworth: The 46 Tavern opened in late 2020 after a huge renovation of the 1895 building which was originally a shoe store.

Pub 10 Pin, 121 Kenosha Street, Walworth: The 10 Pin Pub is said to be the oldest continuous bowling alley building in the state. Originally a gas station in 1938, it became a Ford Motor dealership in 1940 before becoming Walworth Lanes in 1943 and has been a bowling alley since then.

Baker House, 327 Wrigley Dr., Lac Léman: Designated as a Nationally Listed Historic Property, the Baker House is beautifully preserved with most of its original ornate details intact. It is now a place to spend the night or stop and have a drink or dinner.

The Treasury, 303 East Walworth Ave., Delavan: The Treasury is in the heart of downtown Delavan. Located in the former State Bank of Wisconsin, this National Historic Landmark has been transformed into a magnificent reception space

The next stop on the Lake Geneva Social Club’s list is Papa’s Blue Spruce, W4086 Lakeshore Dr., Geneva, by Lake Como.

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