An Unusual Wisconsin Dive Bar Will Leave You Baffled
Social media is full of images of places and things that you might look at and think “there’s no way this is real”. That’s exactly the thought I had when I saw a picture of this bar in Wisconsin.
Unless you’re in the area, don’t focus on the location in northern Wisconsin. You have obtained to see pictures of the interior and exterior of this place.
If you’ve passed by this place and didn’t know it, you might assume it’s been deserted for a long time as it seems to have seen better days.
There’s no way to look at this building and honestly say you think it’s open for business.
Here’s another angle.
And one more just to make a point.
No, I’m not kidding about the exterior of this property, it’s actually called Plywood Palace. It is located in Moquah, Wisconsin. And, yes, it’s an actual bar that’s open for use.
I bet you’re as baffled as I am, so how about taking a peek inside. Will it be a beauty or a beast? Is the exterior decoration meant to mislead you about what the interior may look like?
(Side note: there is electricity so that’s good news.)
Enter at your own risk.
Before we go too far, there is potentially a head of NSFW language.
Dollar bills and bras are on the ceiling and I can’t be the only one who wants the backstory.
Was it someone’s garage originally?
There is a lady’s room but I didn’t notice a man’s room but there are plenty of trees and bushes nearby. There’s also an old-fashioned jukebox inside the bar which begs the question, what’s the music selection like?
Want to discover this place for yourself? The Plywood Palace is only open at weekends.
Friday 2 p.m.-9 p.m., Saturday 12 p.m.-9 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
7 Wisconsin Breweries Every Beer Lover Should Visit
Discover this almost forgotten Wisconsin town that still has old world charm
Blink and you might pass this gem and never know it.