Dining at
The Trempealeau Hotel

Meals made from scratch using responsibly-sourced, local ingredients.

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The Mississippi is the perfect backdrop for local, national and international acts sharing their craft both indoors and out.

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Reggae Fest 2020

June 6 @ 2:00 PM - 11:00 PM


About The Hotel

The Historic Trempealeau Hotel is nestled on the banks of the Mississippi river. One of the few survivors of the 1888 fire, the Historic Trempealeau Hotel retains its classic charm, while still offering modern style…

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Lodging at
The Trempealeau Hotel

Stay the night in one of our historic hotel rooms, cottages or luxury suites.

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To our Hotel Family,
Thank you for helping us get through this.  It isn’t over, but listening to your comments, we have decided to open for porch dine-in (reservation ONLY), takeaway or al fresco dinner service starting May 28th at 5pm. We are doing all we can to keep customers and colleagues at ease and safe, so please bear with us while we navigate these uncharted waters.
If you would like a table reservation, kindly email amy@trempealeauhotel.com with desired seating time, number of guests AND if you really want a specific meal (all dishes are limited), you can reserve that too.  Each indoor table has a comfortable 90 minute stay to allow others to be seated.  Maximum table size is 6.  By only using the open air porch with generous spacing between tables, we will be able to seat about 25% of our norm. 
While we do not reserve outside tables, you may order at the bar and your meal will be brought to you when ready. 
We continue to have no bar seating.  You are welcome to take your beverage outside or social distance at a high top table inside.
Menus change daily based on what is fresh, available and beautiful. 
Thursday   Bar 3-slow
                  Restaurant 5-8
Friday        Bar 3-slow
                  Restaurant 5-9
Saturday   Bar noon-slow
                  Restaurant noon-9
Customer facing staff will be wearing masks.  It is your decision to wear or not wear a mask.  As long as we are respectful of others, we can do this.
Frequently touched points will be sanitized more regularly and we will follow CDC Guidelines, Trempealeau County Guidelines to keep us well.
Anyone who has shown COVID-19 symptoms in the past 14 days, please take care, get well and come when you are better.  We’ll be here for you.
We are so happy to be part of your world.  
The Cast and Crew of the Trempealeau Hotel