Classic Wisconsin on Little Bohemia, the northern Wisconsin lodge made famous by John Dillinger in the 1930s:
Little Bohemia still bears the scars of that fateful night. The walls are riddled with bullet holes, shattered windows are preserved for posterity. Vintage newspaper headlines cover the vestibule walls. Though no longer a lodge, Little Bohemia is a popular supper club where diners can enjoy exquisite walleye or roast duck and gaze at personal items left behind by gang's hasty departure. The lodge bar, with its big stone fireplace, mounted animals and hardwood paneling, is a quintessential northern Wisconsin gathering spot.
All this history, plus their fish fry is rated at Three Fish on the FishFry-O-Meter:
Typical Wisconsin fish fry at a supper club or tavern. Involves a crowded bar and a Packers schedule on the wall (extra credit if the game scores are filled-in).