(Published Oct. 10, 2007, 3:52 p.m.)
In the name of customer appreciation, Faytus’ Richmond House, N6496 Highway 89, Delavan, in Richmond Township, (608) 883-2140, has made some big changes aimed at making their customers feel welcome with expanded hours, food specials and party favors.
“Our customers have been so good to us that we wanted to show them how much we appreciate them,” said Lenny Faytus, owner.
Lenny and Stacie Faytus are approaching their second anniversary as owners of the iconic supper club that has been in business since the 1840s—before Wisconsin was even a state.
“The original catering room is still in the basement and the bar is the original too,” he said.
Every Sunday they throw a huge Packer party featuring raffles and extreme drink, shot and food specials. Customers watch the game while enjoying darts, the boxing machine and the build-your-own bloody Mary bar.
Expanded hours include lunches Tuesdays through Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday hours beginning at 5 p.m., shot specials every night, after-hours food specials 9 p.m. to close and dollar menu and beer specials Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-6 p.m.
In addition to the tried-and-true Richmond House menu, additions include New York strips, tequila lime chicken, Jamaican jerk chicken, and broasted chicken and pan-fried walleye every day except Friday. New dinner specials include a 5-ounce sirloin, five jumbo shrimp and a 4-ounce lobster dinner on Tuesdays and broasted pork chops every Thursday.
Rotating Saturday specials are an amazing stuffed tenderloin, seafood alfredo, 21 jumbo shrimp platter and pork loin with portobello mushrooms and cracked pepper. Call ahead to see which special they are featuring this week.
And of course, the Richmond House will continue to serve their ever-popular fish fry every Wednesday and Friday beginning at 4 p.m.
The Faytuses have organized two upcoming special events to celebrate the autumn season. They will celebrate the Richmond House Oktoberfest on Oct. 6 with rinderroulader (beef rolls), spatzle and sauerkraut; drink, shot and food specials; and lots more.
Their Halloween party is Oct. 27 with a DJ and karoke, costume party and prizes, drink, shot and food specials and lots more again.
If you haven’t been to the Richmond House lately, stop in and enjoy the new changes; if you’ve never been, you’re missing a lot; and if you’re a regular, the Faytuses thank you and hope to continue to serve you for years to come.
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