Come in and enjoy a gourmet meal and experience intimate fine dining that only the historical landmark of Le Chateau in La Crosse, can offer. Le Chateau is located in the The Mons Anderson Mansion (c. 1854), one of the finest examples of mid-19th century architecture in western Wisconsin (more history on their website).
The main floor of Le Chateau is divided into 4 dining areas: the Champagne Lounge, the Peacock Room, the Riviera Room, and the Petit Versailles Room, all handicap accessible. If privacy is what you'd like, pocket doors can separate you and your guests from other patrons, or they can remain open to enjoy the view of their adjacent rooms.
The upper floors of Le Chateau are used for private events and are divided into 3 areas: the Private Library, the Caesar Room on the second floor, and the Tower on the top floor. The Mansion still has its original wood spiral staircase, with no elevator on premise. Le Chateau also offers lodging for travelers.