Without restaurants, waiters would purposelessly wander parks all day, folding swans out of actual swans. Keep their hands occupied with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for two appetizers (up to a $12.95 value each) and two drinks (up to a $10 value each; up to a $45.90 total value)
- $99 for a beer party for up to 100 with a quarter barrel of Miller Lite (a $200 value)
Appetizers include deep-fried alligator bites served with creole aioli and buffalo sauce ($9.95) and Usinger’s lollipop corn brats dipped in corn-bread batter and served with Guinness mustard and raspberry-balsamic ketchup ($7.95). Patrons can wash bites down with pours from the many craft beers, including drafts from local establishments such as Lakefront Brewery, New Glarus Brewing Company, and Sprecher Brewing Company.
Upper 90 Sports Pub
Originally built as a Schlitz bar more than a century ago, Upper 90 Sports Pub maintains the links to its storied history by pouring drinks in front of the original stained glass that still adorns the old saloon's back bar. Now showcasing Milwaukee's transformation to a modern city inspired by local teams, Upper 90 Sports Pub takes a twist on the classic German eats with a full menu of gastropub fare artfully presented to its sports-centric clients every day of the week.
Chef Michael Conley incorporates local favorites, such as Usinger’s sausages or Nueske's bacon, into flavorful spins on traditional cuisine, creating dishes such as battered and fried corn dogs served with Guinness mustard and raspberry balsamic ketchup or bacon-stuffed Angus burgers flavored with cheddar cheese and rosemary aioli. The restaurant opens its doors early on select game days or if threatened by early-rising big bad wolves, feeding just-woken bellies with its Saturday breakfast, followed by appetizer fare featuring the unique flavors of fried alligator and Milwaukee's biggest pretzel. While sitting under vintage sports equipment and memorabilia, guests can sip on the pours of a range of craft brews, including drafts from local breweries such as Lakefront, New Glarus, and Sprecher.