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Retailers, clubs, restaurants are offering Valentine specials
This is the traditional weekend for lovers, and Antigo businesses are pulling out all the stops.

From heart-shaped pizzas and exotic wines to flowers and sleigh rides that are “perfect for getting engaged,” the area is offering a bit of something for everyone this Valentine’s Day.

For something really different this Valentine’s Day, try a heart-shaped pizza from Buck’s Pizza. Heart-shaped cherry delight or apple delight dessert pizzas are also available. There are free carnations, and free heart-shaped gelato ice cream while supplies last.

A look at other Valentine’s Day ideas follows.



The Edison Club Event Center is hosting its Valentine’s Day dinner on Saturday, serving a full menu from 4 to 8 p.m., including prime rib, steak, shrimp, broasted-styled chicken and a loaded salad bar. After dinner, enjoy music with Jamie Campbell and the Redneck Romeos. Music starts at 9 p.m. Unless you’re dining there is a $5 cover charge.

There will be sweetheart specials all weekend long at Swartzendruber’s Supper Club. On Friday, try the fish fry or seafood buffet. Weekend specials include surf ‘n’ turf for two, prime rib, steak, chicken and pasta selections, and a seafood lover’s trio. Top it off with special sweetheart desserts.

Miller’s Nutshell Supper Club in Phlox will be serving prime rib and porterhouse in addition to its Friday fish fry on Valentine’s Day.

Heartbreakers on Antigo south side will be serving valentine’s specials on Thursday and Saturday, Specials will includes steak and seafood, prime rib and tenderloin gorgonzola. Stop by Friday for the regular fish fry.

Koni K’s Korner Pub in Elcho will have a karaoke valentine party with Curt and Shannon on Saturday starting at 9 p.m. Get 10 percent off your meal from Koni K’s Family Restaurant.

Two Angel’s Family Restaurant will serve up some great valentine’s dining on Friday. The special will feature an eight-ounce rib-eye steak with shrimp along with potato, vegetables and soup or salad.

Fifth Avenue Restaurant and lounge plans a full menu of special Fridays, including lobster bisque in a bread bowl served all day. In the evening, choose from Gus’ famous Seafood Ourada, featuring shrimp, scallops and crab in a four-cheese cream sauce, tenderloin Oscar with crab meat, asparagus and Hollandaise sauce along with the regular fish fry. Dessert deals include blackberry truffle and chocolate molten lava cake with raspberry sauce.

Happy Valentine’s Day from Melody Mill in Aniwa. The restaurant will be serving its regular menu including fish frys and prime rib.

Vickie and the Vets will open at 4:30 p.m. on Friday with a great menu. Choose from king or queen cut prime rib, parmesan scallop linguini, or tenderloin and shrimp. Reservations are recommended.

Plan the perfect Valentine’s Day at RubyMay’s Cafe in Summit Lake. Treat that special someone to the restaurant’s once-a-month Friday evening fish fry, with serving from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.


Treat your valentine to a T-bone steak for lobster tail from Lakeside Market. There are special prices right now.

Ken’s Highway 45 Meat Market has your heart’s desire for Valentine’s Day. Stop by and pick up sweetheart rib-eye steaks.

No meal is complete without a great wine. Luxury Living is offering 20 percent off all wine in stock through Saturday. The selection is phenomenal.


Hickey Floral & Gifts is your home for Cupid’s Express this Valentine’s Day, with roses, roses and more roses. Choose from fresh, unique arrangements, blooming or green plants, greeting cards, boxed chocolates, special truffles, plush jewelry, scarves, purses and more.

Frisch Greenhouses has Valentine’s Day covered. Choose from roses, a mix of Teleflora bouquets, cut flower arrangement, blooming plants and silk arrangements. There are also balloons, assorted chocolates, truffles and pecan or cashew paws from the Fun Factory Sweet Shoppe.

Give the gift of health this Valentine’s Day with apples from Grandview Orchard. Available varieties include Connell Red, Ida Red, Paula Red, Red delicious and more.

Treat your valentine right with deals from Parsons of Antigo. There are specials on now for oil changes and brake pads.

Throughout February, enjoy unlimited tanning at special prices at Inspiring Images Hair and Tan Studio.

Antigo Country Store offers a gift “for your tweetheart.” There are great deals on feeders and birdseed, plus specials on food and toys for dogs and cats.

Personalized gift baskets for your valentine are available at Neva Grocery. Select from candy, cookies, wine, fruit, cheese, sausage and more.

Radio Shack, located just south of Antigo, is promising some remote-controlled fun. Buy your valentine at 4x4 truck or Polaris Rush Pro Ride.

Show your septic system the love with a tank and drain treatment from Heinzen Plumbing and Heating.

Brickner’s of Antigo plans plenty of valentine’s savings. Check out the new 2014 Dodge Avenger or Chrysler 200 Touring Sedan.

Trails are great, so bring your valentine out to Brandt’s horse-drawn sleigh rides. It’s the perfect time to get engaged. For reservations, call 715 627-7462.

You’re invited to Schroeder’s Valentine’s party through Friday. There are cookie, chocolate and wine samplings daily along with special prices.

This Valentine’s Day, remember her with something special. Gold Miner Jewelers has a range of heart-shaped rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets.

Skip the chocolate and head down to Totally Cellular, your Cellcom dealer. The valentine’s event runs through Sunday.


Frank Zahurones, who owns Buck’s Pizza on Antigo’s north side, is cooking up heart-shaped pizzas and dessert offerings for Valentine’s Day.
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612 Superior Street
Antigo, WI 54409
Phone: 715-623-4191
Fax: 715-623-4193
Mail to: Fred Berner
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612 Superior Street,
Antigo, WI 54409
Phone: 715-623-4191
Fax: 715-623-4193
Mail to: Fred Berner
MapOnUs Location: (local)

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