The Del-Bar is one of the Dells’ long-time fine-dining restaurants. When it opened in 1938, it was a small roadhouse specializing in char-broiled steaks. The restaurant got its name from its location in between Wisconsin Dells and Baraboo.
The Prairie-style restaurant is now more than five times the size of the original structure. But it still contains its original dining room, incorporated into today’s building as the Garden Room.
The cuisine is excellent and nicely presented. Entrees focus on steaks, fresh-grilled fish and shellfish, pasta and poultry. Unfortunately, the service is often slow, even if you go early when there aren’t many other diners.
Check out the website for specials. And don’t forget to order the deep-fried cheese curds!