You can’t miss this place. It’s the bright-red church with a giant beer stein out front that’s right across from Moosejaw.
Don’t pass it by if you happen to be one of the poor souls who doesn’t like Wisconsin’s signature sausage; it’s about a lot more than brats.
The menu features about a dozen appetizers, including deep-fried pickle spears, pretty darn good fried cheese curds and the joint’s famed Parmesan chips with house dip (chips fresh fried and dusted with Parmesan). There’s a decent variety of sandwiches, burgers and sausages on the menu, plus, of course, brats, including a cheese brat, red brat and mushroom ‘n Swiss brat.
The service can be a tad slow, but the food is wonderful and worth the wait.
The Brat House has a full bar, and there’s a pool table, juke box and some gambling machines.
If you stop in, make sure to look around. The 1850 structure was originally Delton Academy, a one-room Baptist boys’ school. It became a Methodist church after the Civil War, plus used as the local G.A.R. hall The Grand Army of the Republic, or G.A.R., was the Civil War era’s version of the V.F.W. for Union troops. Check out the stunning GAR stained glass window in the front.
Outdoor seating available.