Our Story at The Green Lantern Restaurant
According to legend, a wooden building once stood on the picturesque beaches of Lake Waubesa, housing slabs of ice that the people had carved by hand. a lot of ice. The owner flashed a “GREEN LANTERN” beside the train tracks that still run behind our restaurant when the ice was ready to be transported to Chicago. This instructed the conductor of the train to stop and gather the ice in order to calm Al Capone’s irate temper.
The wooden building still stands on Lake Waubesa’s shoreline today and cools and
Boat View of Lake Waubesa Restaurant and Bar
satisfies hungry and thirsty customers with everything from surf and turf to soups and salads for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night meals.
Discover why Lake Waubesa’s premier gathering spot is ours.
The Green Lantern is also known as “the Greenie” among the locals.
Lake Waubesa’s coolest spot since the ice age.