Schultz's Restaurant & Bar Hayward WI

Schultz’s Restaurant and Bar offers one of the largest menus and widest variety of choices available in the Great North Woods.

Italian Beef, Mushroom Swiss Burgers, Kurt’s Special, the Triple Bypass, The Chairman’s Special, Chicken Cordon Bleu and The Monster Fish are just some of our sandwiches. Appetizers now include Homemade Quesadilla’s and Pig Wings. For dinner we offer Chicken Diane, our unique Pig Wing Dinner, Greek Chicken Salad, Spaghetti and Meatballs, the best Barbequed Ribs in the area and more!..


Schultz’s Ribs aren’t famous,they’re just good!


Chippewa Flowage DiningDon’t Forget the nightly specials. Tueday, We serve all you can eat wings with Cole Slaw for only $7.50 with your choice of 13 different sauces including our very own, Scottie’s Hottie Sauce.  Wednesday buy a Full Rack, you get a Half Rack Dinner FREE. Thursday is BBQ Rib Double Header, buy a Full Rack, you get a Half Rack Dinner FREE. Friday is our famous TAX-FREE Friday Fish Fry. Schultz’s pays the sales tax on all meals on Friday!

Saturday we serve Slow Roasted Prime Rib and on Sunday it’s $5.00 off our baby Back BBQ Ribs. Check the MENU for more details. For any other needs just ask and we will do our best..



Schultz’s Restaurant and Bar is located on the West side of the Chippewa Flowage. This beautiful location on Chief Lake offers a gorgeous view from the bar area as well as the dinning room. Schultz’s is easy to reach by taking Highway B to NN South. Go 6.5 miles to Chief Lake Rd and follow the signs to Schultz’s… a good place to be.



Tuesday: All you can eat Wings + Cole Slaw for 7.50- 13 different dipping sauces!

Wednesday: Rib Night – Buy a Full Rack, Get a Half Rack Dinner FREE

Thursday: Rib Night Double Header – Buy a Full Rack, Get a Half Rack Dinner FREE

Friday: Fish Fry : All You Can Eat Fish Fry – Homemade Cole Slaw,
Baked Beans, Pasta Salad and Warm Bread

Saturday: Slow Roasted Prime Rib

Sunday: $5.00 OFF A Full Rack, $3.00 OFF A Half Rack



Kabsa (Arabic: كبسة‎ kabsah) is a family of rice dishes that are served mostly in Saudi Arabia — where it is commonly regarded as a national dish. 2013-10-23

¼ cup Butter

1 Onion

3 lbs boneless, skinless Chicken Thighs

6 crushed Garlic Cloves (6 tsps. Pre-chopped Garlic)

¼ cup Tomato Paste

1 lb. fresh Tomatoes chopped

1 small bag Baby Carrots

2 whole Cloves

¼ tsp. Cumin

¼ tsp. Nutmeg

¼ tsp. Coriander

1 tsp. Salt

Black Pepper to taste

2 ½ Tbsps. Kabsa Spice (I got mine from Melissa and Mohammed. You can find recipes for it or find it in a Middle Eastern grocery store)

4 cups Water

1 tsp. Chicken Bouillon

2 ¼ cups Basmati Rice

¼ cup Golden Raisons

You need a large non-stick pan or Dutch Oven to hold everything. Spray the pan and add Butter and Onion.  Sautee on medium heat until the onion softens. Add Chicken Thighs and brown each side, about 5-6 minutes a side. Reduce heat. Add Garlic, Tomato Paste, Chopped Tomatoes, Carrots, Cloves, Cumin, Nutmeg, Coriander, Salt, Pepper and Kabsa spice. Add Water and Chicken Bouillon, stir and bring to a boil. Reduce heat, cover and simmer 30 minutes.   Add Rice, cover and simmer 35-40 minutes. Add Raisons in the last 10 minutes. Stir and serve on a large platter with Pita Bread or crusty French bread.