High Shores Supper Club to open under new, familiar ownership

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Chippewa Falls (WQOW)- After more than a year, High Shores Supper Club in Chippewa Falls will reopen, under new ownership with a new name.

It’s joining the Loopy’s family. Owner William (Loopy) Kleich is renaming it “Loopy’s High Shore Club.”

He said the goal is to maintain it as a classic Wisconsin supper club, and they’re moving fast.

They just signed the paperwork yesterday, and Kleich said it’ll be welcoming customers again soon.

“We want to really concentrate on quality food and quality service and bring life back to High Shores back to the lake,” Kleich said. “It’s been such a great spot for so long and it’s just a shame it’s been sitting.”

Loopy’s High Shore Club is set to open November 14.

After that, it will be open Wednesday through Saturday for its first winter back in business.

 

Shannon Satterlee

Shannon Satterlee

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