August 11 – A Rosewood Double Header – Supper Club Dinner Stations + 2 SHOWS!
Rosewood Presents a Special
Double Feature Dinner Show!
3:30PM – The Beat Goes On
5:00 PM – Supper Club Dinner Stations
6:30 PM – Legends & Love Songs
Show #1 – The Beat Goes On:
Songs with a beat… that are easy to dance to! Rhythm is at the heart of swing, R & B, and popular music. This upbeat show will have you tapping your toe to hits by Glen Miller Band, Chuck Berry, The Andrews Sisters, Elvis, Ray Charles, Carl Perkins, The Monkees, Jerry Lee Lewis, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, The Jackson Five, Johnny Cash & more. THE BEAT GOES ON – SAMPLE (approx. 30 seconds to download)
Show #2 – Legends and Love Songs:
Timeless country, pop and rock… the music and the icons! Revisit unforgettable rock, pop, and country hits and the icons that made them famous. Timeless in their appeal, these songs have been on the top of the charts and continue to represent the soundtrack of our culture and the artists who have shaped popular music. Reminisce to the sounds of the Drifters, The Beach Boys, Aretha Franklin, Righteous Brothers, Chicago, The Beatles, Books & Dunn, Doobie Brothers, Shania Twain, Grand Funk Railroad & Santana. CLASSIC HIT PARADE – SAMPLE (approx. 30 seconds to download)
About the meal:
The Supper Club is a historic Midwestern entertainment tradition. Dining often included chicken, fish and salad bar with relish trays served at the table featuring crackers, carrots, pickles, olives, radishes and celery, often accompanied by a cheddar or swiss cheese ball at the center of the table. From their inception in the 1930’s as speakeasies and prohibition roadhouses, these popular nightspots were so much more than just restaurants. Patrons would spend the whole evening from cocktail hour to nightclub-style entertainment and dancing after dinner.
Fish and Chicken
Spotted Cow Beer-Battered Cod
Baked Lemon Butter Herb Cod
Hand-Cut French Fries
Wisconsin Supper Club Relish Bar and Cheeseball
Mixed Baby Green Salad Bar
Rosewood’s Grand Dessert Pastry Chef’s Daily Creation
Includes Coffee, Tea and Soft Drinks