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Dorset Valley School Restaurant

Dorset Valley School Restaurant
Dorset Valley School Restaurant 2.08333 5 1

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26147 Wisconsin 71, Wilton 54670, Wisconsin

608-435-6876

There are no strangers at our house, only friends we've never met.

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Welcome to the Dorset Valley School Restaurant. Originally the Dorset Valley one room school house nestled in the Dorset Valley, Wilton Wisconsin, next door to the Trail-side Bed and Breakfast.

We are conveniently located on Hwy. 71, 11 miles south of Tomah Wisconsin, 45 miles SE of La Crosse off Interstate 90. If you are on the bike trail watch for our signs directing you to the restaurant and bakery.

In 1998 this one room school house was remodeled into a beautiful country themed restaurant. Oak hardwood floor, tables and chairs custom made and designed by local Amish craftsmen. Lots of antiques and even a chalkboard hangs on the walls.

On top of the school house set the original 300 lbs. still functional school bell. We always say “If you clean your plate, you can ring the bell.”

Summer Hours - May 1 – December 31

Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m

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  • Cute building- food was okay.

    Jenny , 22 May 2016

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    Our family was biking the trail and stopped by for dinner. Two of my kids (ages 6 and 11) ordered burgers from the adult menu- and were still hungry. My daughter(9- and a petite eater, usually) and I ordered entrée salads- and were still hungry. My daughter isn't much of a meat eater and ordered the veggie salad- it was pretty much a plate with some iceberg lettuce. I had expected some other veggies, croutons something!!! My chef salad was one (sandwich style) slice of ham and once piece American cheese and an egg. It came on some iceberg lettuce with a (very) small sprinkling of other veggies. I was disappointed it didn't come with a roll or some more veggies or something! My husband had the special- prime rib and said it was good. I tasted the mashed potatoes and they tasted like very thick powdered potatoes (not from fresh potatoes). Since the kids were still very hungry I asked for some dinner rolls- she brought out one roll and said it was the last one they had. I left pretty hungry and so did my daughter. I wouldn't go back. The room is cute and they have a beautiful quilt hanging on the wall. It was fun to look at the quilt while we waited.
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