Amy’s Ritz

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“Small brown men” have been reported by witnesses in this bar, housed in an 1880s building that was converted to a tavern around 1933. If that’s not unusual enough, things seem to move from one place to another when you’re not looking, and doors are known to lock on their own.

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Geographic Information

114 W. River St.
Chippewa Falls, WI
United States

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44.934043, -91.39282200000002
Chippewa County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Chippewa Falls, WI (0.2 mi.)
Lake Wissota, WI (4.5 mi.)
Lake Hallie, WI (4.7 mi.)
Seymour, WI (7.7 mi.)
Altoona, WI (9.3 mi.)
Jim Falls, WI (9.7 mi.)
Eau Claire, WI (9.9 mi.)
Cadott, WI (11.9 mi.)
Bloomer, WI (12.4 mi.)
Fall Creek, WI (13.1 mi.)


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