Ever wonder why Signatures Restaurant is called Signatures? Once inside the restaurant it does not take long to figure it out. The walls display memorabilia signed by the some of the greatest icons in pop culture. This collection will take you down memory lane, with many pieces that may surprise you. Come explore this collection and enjoy dinner surrounded by the limestone bluffs in Winona, MN.

This August we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the legendary and transformative Woodstock festival. The festival brought in musicians from around the world and ran from August 15th through the 18th in upstate New York. In  attendance were more than 400,000 music-loving hippies that came together for ‘3 days of peace and music’. The festival is thought to have defined an entire generation through its music and spirit.

On display here at Signatures is a white Laurel guitar that has the distinction of being signed by 25 musicians who performed at the legendary 1969 music festival. They include Levon Helm, Country Joe McDonald, Stephen Stills, Wavy Gravy, Arlo Guthrie, Richie Havens, Marty Balin, Bowzer Bauman, Peter Townsend, Johnny Winter and Joe Cocker.

In addition, on display in the ballroom at Signatures is a Woodstock 14″ white drum head, signed in blue & black felt tip by 19 performers such as Arlo Guthrie, Wavy Gravy, Tom Constanten of The Grateful Dead, David Sanborn of Butterfield Blues Band and many more!

Come check out this signed Woodstock guitar and drumhead while dining in Signatures amongst other signed memorabilia. 

After exploring the collection of signed memorabilia, try our new seasonally inspired menu, featuring items like our Chilean Sea Bass, Grilled Lamb Chops and our 12 oz (21-Day) Dry Aged Ribeye. Finish your meal with one of our house-crafted desserts such as Peach Cobbler, served with a blueberry coulis and house-made vanilla ice cream.