Welcome To The Lox Club
Roger "Butter" Vander Wyst, a millworker at Combined Locks Paper Mill had a dream of someday owning a supper club. With the support of his wife, Betty a native of Kaukauna. Butter moved through the ranks of owning a couple of taverns in his home town of Little Chute. The dream of owning their supper club came true November 1, 1965.
The neighborhood was quite different back in 1965. Across the street was a local tavern, Schuler Shack, and the backyard of the Lox Club was home to Oakwood Hills Golf Course.
This building has also seen many changes. A second Dining Room was added, the bar has doubled it's seating capacity, the kitchen has been updated and doubled in it's size and even the old family living room is now the "lounge".
The success of a new endeavor as this was the inevitable because Butter and Betty knew friendships - lots of people! The tavern business in Little Chute brought in old and new friendships, they were members at Fox Valley Golf Club and Butter also played baseball in the minor leagues.
Their five children, Cindy, Kim, Sandy, Joe and Patty took over the business in 1990. The years since have seen marriages, children, other job opportunities, living out of town etc. and has trimmed the ownership to, let's say, "The Survivors", Joe & Cindy.
Not only have we been fortunate to have a dedicated and friendly staff, butt we are also blessed with the continued support of family, friends and the great "regular" customers through the years and we all thank you!