Coming Events
11/22/17 - 08:00:00 PM
Customer Appreciation Party
Live Music with Birddog Blues Band!
Free Give-Aways All Night!
 
11/23/17 - 12:00:00 PM

Closed for the holiday.

Happy Thanksgiving!

11/25/17 - 12:00:00 PM

New Glarus Tipsy Turkey Pub Crawl!

Join the New Glarus Chamber of Commerce for a fun afternoon of pub crawling in downtown New Glarus!  Registration starts at 12 PM at the Depot (418 Railroad Street) and the crawl starts at 1 PM.

Register at www.tipsyturkey.eventbrite.com.  Includes 7 drink tickets and a t-shirt!

Finish it off at 5:30 with Door Prizes @ Tofflers Pub & Grill

11/25/17 - 07:00:00 PM

Live Music with Gin, Chocolate and Bottle Rockets!

11/26/17 - 12:00:00 PM
UW Badger Football @ Minnesota

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Burgers

A 1/3 lb. Black Angus ground chuck burger, hand-pattied and char-grilled, served on a toasted Kaiser roll with your choice of fries, hot chips, cole slaw or zesty bean salad. You may substitute a gluten free bun for $1. Lettuce, tomato and onion (raw, fried or carmelized) upon request.

The Classic - $8.50

With your choice of Wisconsin Cheese: Swiss, Pepper jack, Provolone or Cheddar.
Add bacon for $1.50

The Stinky - $9.95

Bleu cheese, garlic, and a stack of onion rings. Make sure your date orders the same thing!

The Cowboy - $9.95

Cheddar, bacon, BBQ and a stack of our onion rings.

Southwest - $9.95

Blackened and topped with Green County Pepper Jack cheese, homemade pico de gallo and fresh avocado.

Mushroom Swiss - $8.95

Sauteed mushrooms and melted Green County Swiss.

Black & Blue - $8.95

Bleu cheese on a Cajun blackened burger.

The Toffler - $12.95

Two 1/3 lb. burgers covered with 4 slices of bacon, cheddar cheese, homemade potato chips and pickles.

Black Bean Burger - $8.50

Homemade black bean burger topped with our corn salsa.  You may substitute a black bean burger for any other specialty burger.

*Burgers cooked rare to medium may be undercooked and will only be served upon the consumer's request. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, or eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness.