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Rock Falls Supper Club's menu sports bounty of seafood

7:35 AM, Mar. 8, 2013
Jon Robinson, left, owner of Rock Falls Supper Club, and Scott Larson, head chef, stand in the restaurant located in Dyckesville.
Jon Robinson, left, owner of Rock Falls Supper Club, and Scott Larson, head chef, stand in the restaurant located in Dyckesville.
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The Rock Falls Supper Club's long history - it's been in operation since the late 1930s - should tell supper club aficionado that the two staples of any Wisconsin supper club, great steaks and equally great Old Fashioneds, are in ample supply here.

Add a chef who's been there for 30 years, mix in two waitresses who have been serving at Rock Falls for better than than 20 years each and it's easy to understand why owner Jon Robinson says he feels like guests are walking into his living room rather than his restaurant.

"The majority of them are friendly faces. I know them by name," said Robinson who has ...

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