Big Al Capone's

Big Al Capone's, the former Fuhrman's Hotel built in 1846, was a stagecoach stop for tired and hungry travelers. The first floor of the hotel consisted of a dining room and kitchen, a bar for the men, and an ice cream parlor for the women. The second and third floor had 22 rooms for rent. In the 1920's, legend has it that notorious gangster, Al Capone, stayed here frequently when visiting his brother at the local brothel/distillery a few miles away. The building, a State Historical Landmark, was purchased in 2010 by John & Annie Schmitz, former owners of Schmitty's Oar House Bar & Grill. Renovations started and continue to include a new kitchen, expanded menu and parking, new windows looking outside to the outdoor patio and bar, additional seating, and much more. We hope you enjoy the rich history on display along with great food and drinks here at Big Al Capone's. Enjoy!


N10302 State Highway 151, Malone, WI