• home-main

    A unique and unforgettable dining experience.

  • fireplace

    Ambiance to your romantic dinner.

  • home

    Located in the heart of downtown Fond du Lac.

  • Commonwealth, fond du lac,sheboygan

    Authentic and original church architecture.

  • fine dining

    Fine dining in an intimate setting.

  • windows

    Exceptional dining, service and architecture.

  • nightshot

    An outdoor patio complete with fireplaces and charm.

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Banquets and events

Banquets and events

Host your next wedding reception, business meeting or special event in Trinity’s beautiful private dining and banquet hall. From groups of 10 to 150, your guests will be wowed by our exquisite cuisine, impeccable service and of course, our stunning atmosphere. Contact Chef Ted Buetow at tedbuetow@trinityfdl.us or 920-251-9188.

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Recent news

Recent news

  • School is back in session and Trinity is proud to support your favorite sports and activities!
    Host your gathering at Trinity after your event or game! Book our patio of one of our banquet spaces and watch a game or your favorite shows! Reserve our upstairs lounge with comfortable seating, 6’ TV, video games, and darts. Mention your school when booking, and Trinity will donate 10% of your tab to your favorite school club or team. Feed your crew with $15 large pizzas with unlimited toppings (Sausage, Pepperoni, Cheese, Black Olives, Onions, Green Peppers, Mushrooms)! Support your school and let us do the cooking! Call 920.933.3424 to reserve your event.
  • Find out more about how Trinity became Trinity! Visit us online here: http://trinityrestaurantfdl.com/about-us/history/


    History - Trinity Restaurant and Hall
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    Our history The Commonwealth Companies completed renovations on the transformation of Trinity Lutheran Church of Fond du Lac into Trinity, an exciting restaurant destination that opened June 2012. Commonwealth has a history of “repurposing” existing and historic buildings into relevant community pro…