Albertville Tavern announces closure on Facebook

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Albertville (WQOW) – An iconic western Wisconsin restaurant, known for its prime rib and Friday fish fry, is no longer open for business.

Albertville Tavern announced on its Facebook page Tuesday it has closed its doors.

The owner had a message for their customers: Thank you all for your patronage over the past years!!

News 18 reached out to tavern owners for comment but have not yet heard back.

The property is listed for sale through Elite Realty. The asking price is $250,000.

Photo courtesy: Elite Realty

Kristen Shill

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