These are the 5 oldest restaurants in the Marshfield area
MARSHFIELD – Many restaurants in the area have been around for a long time, providing good times, great food and beloved places to gather.
These restaurants have been serving customers for decades. They have long, rich (and delicious) histories. Here are the five oldest restaurants in the Marshfield area that are still operating.
1973: Buck-A-Neer Super Club
The Buck-A-Neer Supper Club, 122923 Marathon County C, is a popular restaurant in Rozellville that has been serving customers for nearly 50 years. The building itself was originally a blacksmith and buggy shop in the early 1900s. It wasn’t until 1932 that it became an eatery.
The Buck-A-Neer was first opened by Tom and Ann Seubert and Tom’s parents, Dick and Celine, on March 1, 1973. Around 2000, Dick and Celine retired and Tom’s brother, Roy, and his wife, Jeannie, became part owners . After decades of serving customers, the family announced that the restaurant would close in 2016.
It was announced shortly after that the restaurant had been sold to Dave and Judy Jasurda, their daughter, Elizabeth, her fiancé at the time, and Rob and Rita Blinker, said current co-owner Scott Kleinschmidt.
The restaurant is currently owned by Kleinschmidt, Rob Posteluk and Ariel Gorst.
The restaurant suffered significant damage after a fire in August 2020, which forced them to close while they did repairs. It reopened in December 2020.
It’s remained a local hot spot that people still flock to for fish fries, birthdays, anniversaries or just the traditional Wisconsin supper club