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Welcome to the world of Gilded Age living where our decadently furnished parlors are the back drop to your next great experience. Guests are served throughout the 1st floor of the mansion on plush wing backed chairs & overstuffed couches placed fireside. Select a beautiful vintage hat from the collection hanging in the halls & travel back in time with us for a unique and entertaining experience.


Enjoy the beautiful architecture and luxe surroundings with cocktails and regional small plate favorites such as Wisconsin artisan cheese boards, savory charcuterie, seasonal fondues and spreads on our lite fare lounge menu, each Thursday, Friday & Saturday 5pm-9pm.


Historic Mansion Serving Cocktails & Dinner 5pm -9pm Thurs, Fri & Sat with live musical entertainment every Thurs & Fri (Dining only available Memorial Day - Labor Day)
Reservations Recommended | Call 262-248-4700


Saturday Afternoon Tea & Historic House Tour 2pm - Available year-round
Reservations Required | Call 262-248-4700
Lauded by the USA TODAY as the area’s Most Beautiful Restaurant the Baker House 1885 brings to you an afternoon of Victorian Tea & Gilded Age living overlooking scenic Lake Geneva. Enjoy hand selected teas and a bountiful selection of savory and sweet delights prepared by our in-house pastry chef. The Victorian dressed staff guides guests through a historic journey sharing the story of this beautifully restored Nationally Registered Historic Property along with with Victorian antidotes of “Tea & History”


Sunday Champagne Brunch 9:30am-2pm - Available year-round
Reservations Highly Encouraged | Call 262-248-4700
Unlimited flowing Champagne, Eggs Benedict made to order, signature French toast and all the traditional breakfast delights of an omelette station, bacon, sausage, potatoes, biscuits and gravy, fresh fruit and a broad array of lunch entrees that include our succulent home-made crab cakes and the most divine chicken & dumplings this side of Dixie, fresh salads, delicious desserts.

Background photos courtesy of Baker House

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