Steakhouses in Elmwood

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Each night at Tokyo Sushi & Grill Japanese Steakhouse, chefs fire up six hibachi grills and flip shrimp, scallops, and swordfish atop the sizzling iron griddles and directly in front of guests. In addition to the hibachi chefs' flashy knife work, the casual eatery showcases more subtle Japanese culinary traditions. At the sushi bar, experts gingerly roll up fresh seafood, and in the kitchen, chefs swathe shrimp in crispy tempura batter with the same level of care a NASA scientist takes when coating the Space Shuttle’s flameproof resin on the base of his cigar.

12900 West Bluemound Road
Elm Grove,
WI
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Bluemound Gardens’ kitchen staff whips up a diverse array of offerings including homemade soups and pastries, and puts its twist on American classics such as ribs, burgers, and baked and broiled seafood. The eatery prides itself on a casual family dining atmosphere with a focus on customer service. Flat-panel big-screen televisions in the bar area showcase football games on Sundays, and the staff hosts a Mexican-themed night on Wednesdays. The Wauwatosa icon is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

11811 W Bluemound Rd
Wauwatosa,
WI
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Brewski's Sports Club can only be described as an adult playground. Giant screens broadcast popular sporting events, including football and baseball games. Black lights dangle over long tables set up for drinking games. A hoops game helps patrons work on their jump shot. On Sundays, bartenders mix up liquid breakfasts, including the Eggs and Bakey, a bloody mary mix paired with house-infused bacon vodka, topped with a hard-boiled egg, and loaded with cheese whips and bacon.

304 N 76th St.
Milwaukee,
WI
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Each visit you make to Rbg Bar & Grill, housed inside the Radisson Menomonee Falls, is likely to be different than the last. If you stumble in sleepy-eyed at 7 a.m., you could help yourself to a breakfast buffet or order from a full menu that includes benedicts, omelets, and corned beef hash. As the afternoon passes and sun's rays shift over the handsome wooden picnic tables, servers begin presenting chop salads and BLT wraps. And once evening falls, couples might be cloistered at the bar sharing a bottle of wine as groups converge on the couches to order a round of martinis. The kitchen is open late, so if you find yourself back in the hotel craving a midnight snack, call down to have baby back ribs or shrimp macaroni and cheese sent up to the elevator you're sleeping in.

N 88 W 14750 Main St.
Menomonee Falls,
WI
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Between the years of 1904 and 1944, the Greek Revival–style mansion that now holds Eric's Porter - Haus was home to former Waukesha mayor Isaac Lain. Today, it's a bustling supper club where servers make the rounds to multiple dining rooms, one of which is equipped with a fireplace lined with fresh cookies for Santa. Chef Chris prepares Old World specialties such as black forest schnitzel made with natural range-fed veal. Another specialty is steak; tender filet mignon sizzles alongside 24-ounce porterhouse cuts. Bottles imported from Germany, Australia, Italy, Spain, and California also make appearances on the wine list.

229 Wisconsin Ave.
Waukesha,
WI
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Hard as it is to hold off on the pizzas at Tarantino, it might be worth it if it means a chance to try the appetizers. Diners can begin by splitting orders of mozzarella sticks, buffalo wings, or eggplant strips. Then it's time to dig into one of the specialty pies, such as the Mexican pizza: mozzarella and cheddar cheese topped with ground beef, black olives, and onion. Pastas include lasagna, mostaccioli, and ravioli, the latter of which comes stuffed with meat, spinach, or cheese, and never a note that says, "IOU one ravioli stuffing."

2577 S 68th St
Milwaukee,
WI
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