Burnt Bridge is under new management. As of July 2015 the Singer family took ownership of Burnt Bridge. The Singer family is excited to continue the tradition of proudly serving the Conover area. They are dedicated to the customers and their needs. Please stop in to meet the new owners.
Hours of Operation
Open Daily from noon to close
History of Burnt Bridge
In the early 1900’s, a forest fire burned down the logging road bridge that crossed just east of the current bar. During prohibition, lumberjacks and town folk would use the phrase “meet at the burnt bridge” to gather there to socialize and drink, which at the time was illegal moonshine.
After prohibition was repealed, Fred LaMason built a log cabin not far from that bridge where people could gather and drink, legally. That building is now the current dining room of Burnt Bridge Tavern and Restaurant.
Nestled in the tall pine trees and crystal clear lakes of northern Wisconsin, Burnt Bridge continues to be the gathering place for hunters, fishermen and family vacationers. The rustic charm of the log cabin, hearty drinks, tasty food and wild animals (both inside and out) keep people coming back again and again.
Stop in and enjoy the experience at BB.
“Meet Me At The Burnt Bridge”