$10 for $20 Worth of English-Inspired Pub Food at John Hawks Pub

Juneau Town, Milwaukee

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Around a stone hearth, an English-style pub serves American and English staples, including a peppercorn-crusted burger and shepherd's pie

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Expires Feb 6th, 2013. Limit 3 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for carryout. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$10 for $20 Worth of Pub Food

English favorites, such as fish 'n' chips featuring beer-battered Icelandic cod ($9.99 for two pieces; $12.99 for three), sidle up alongside American mainstays, including the thin-sliced Ward’s prime-rib sandwich ($10.49), the 1/3 pound Angus beef burger rubbed with peppercorn and served with roquefort cheese sauce ($9.99), or the pastrami deli sandwich ($8.49). See the full menu.

John Hawks Pub

In the 14th century, John Hawk was becoming an English maritime legend. Because he was one of the greatest soldiers of fortune, Rome, Pisa, Milan, and Florence all sought his services. In 1972, he became the slice of English history that set the tone for John Hawks Pub.

Appropriately, the venue overlooks the waterfront, with its dining patio jutting out several feet over the river. There, guests tuck into a newly revamped menu of English-style pub grub and stateside favorites. The menu includes Ward’s prime-rib sandwich, an import from new owner Brian Ward, whose prime rib won acclaim from the Travel Channel’s Big Beef Paradise. Dangling wrought-iron chandeliers surround a massive stone hearth, enclosed in walls paneled with wood stained so darkly it almost appears black. Above, a circular stained-glass ceiling displays English heraldry and scenes from John Hawk’s life, depicting him captaining a storm-tossed ship or beating Poseidon in the Sea-Doo race that won him the ability to drink ocean water.

John Hawks Pub

In the 14th century, John Hawk was becoming an English maritime legend. Because he was one of the greatest soldiers of fortune, Rome, Pisa, Milan, and Florence all sought his services. In 1972, he became the slice of English history that set the tone for John Hawks Pub.

Appropriately, the venue overlooks the waterfront, with its dining patio jutting out several feet over the river. There, guests tuck into a newly revamped menu of English-style pub grub and stateside favorites. The menu includes Ward’s prime-rib sandwich, an import from new owner Brian Ward, whose prime rib won acclaim from the Travel Channel’s Big Beef Paradise. Dangling wrought-iron chandeliers surround a massive stone hearth, enclosed in walls paneled with wood stained so darkly it almost appears black. Above, a circular stained-glass ceiling displays English heraldry and scenes from John Hawk’s life, depicting him captaining a storm-tossed ship or beating Poseidon in the Sea-Doo race that won him the ability to drink ocean water.

All Locations

  • Juneau Town (609.7 miles)

    100 E Wisconsin Ave.

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202

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