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Albertville Tavern

A casual family place where the Friday fish fry and BBQ ribs are legendary. The prime rib on Saturday draws people from halfway across the state. Located on the state snowmobile trail with outdoor seating and late-night eats (pizza). Open Tue-Friday 4pm-close. Saturday & Sunday open at 11am-close. 9 beers on tap.

Average Cost: Entrée: $8-$12

Average: 3.84
Out of 19 Reviews

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Albertville Tavern
8114 35th St.
Colfax, WI



Went here for a fish fry since it was in the top 3 when everyone voted on V1. However, their fish isn't deep fried; it was broasted. Didn't care for it. :(


Albertville Tavern is worth the drive! A cozy, small town feel with good food. The friday night fish fry is delicious, and i've heard their prime rib is awesome. A great stop for a casual dining experience. Be warned: the place fills up! You can expect a bit of a wait, unless you have an 'in' with the locals :)


Psst... Keep this place a secret. What fun and good food. No fancy dressing here just normal folks who treat you like a neighbor they've known for years. Great bar for the 40ish crowd.


the prime rib melts in one's mouth. the all you can eat shrimp were GREAT and one doesn't need any more than they give you! wasn't impressed with the relish tray, soup or salad. the old fashioned cocktail was super great!


We finally made out to Albertville on a Saturday night before Christmas. It was easier to find than I had expected, from what I had heard over the years, and it is just the kind of small town bar and restaurant that I remember from years ago. Friendly people, friendly and efficient staff and good food. One of us had ribs, and the stack was HUGE. A platter of ribs, a platter of potatoes, and a platter for bones. The all-you-can-eat shrimp were small, but tasty, and really were all-you-could-eat. Some of our group also had broiled fish and chicken, and were very pleased with the quality and quantity. Not a place to go to try to stick to a diet, but we will certainly go again, and often. And the tap beer was very reasonable, with a surprising range of choices (lite beers to Leinie's to Sam Adams). And although we prefer to go to places that are non-smoking, I only noticed one whiff of smoke all evening, even though they were busy, and I saw smokers at the bar. Check out their facebook page for a video of the interior if you are curious about the Albertville Tavern.