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The Immigrant Restaurant unites rich antique elements of European heritage with a highly intimate dining experience to create a romantic environment that spans the Netherlands, Great Britain, Normandy, France, Denmark and Germany. The most sought after corners of the restaurant tend to be those that exude the closeness and nostalgia of Old World romanticism: Normandy is an offset room that houses the establishment’s substantial red wine collection, and the Netherlands comprises two quiet alcoves adorned in classic Delft blue. Dimly lit chandeliers, wall sconces, historic portraits, vintage maps and lush tones of cranberry, cornflower and slate blue provide equally inviting surroundings across the remaining dining rooms. And given the more rustic charm of Wisconsin — a rarity among Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurants — we think any weekend getaway at The American Club and its Immigrant Restaurant creates more than their share of romantic moments.