This beautiful Tudor Revival building was designed in 1933, built for $16,190 and named the Powers' Inn. It was a supper club until the early 1970s. In 1973, Kramer Rock and Dale Wood purchased the building from Ray Powers and renamed it the Old World Pub, kept the inside look and aimed to be a destination for cocktails, live music, and dancing. In 1986, John Elias, Tammy Probst, and Greg "Slim" Schroeder bought the building, renaming it "The Elias Inn", then built its fame as a destination supper club, offering the classic relish tray, all you can eat Friday night fish fry, and hand-cut dry-aged Prime Rib on Saturday nights. John, Tammy, and Slim finally hung up their aprons in 2022, selling the building and business to Michael & Lydia Sobol, and their partner, Nathanial Rupnow. Mike and Lydia currently also own Sobie's Restaurant in Oconomowoc. We're proud to continue the legacy of this building & supper club, and hope you'l enjoy your time at The Elias Inn!
Thurs 4-9, Fri 4-9 (All-you-can-eat fish fry, bar @ 3:30), Sat 4-9, Sun 10-2