Load up on toppings or opt for a simple slice of cheese at Di Stefano's Pizza Palace, Milwaukee's classic pizza venue. No need to miss out on Di Stefano's Pizza Palace just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The pizzeria has tons of options that can accommodate your dietary needs.
Through their catering service, Di Stefano's Pizza Palace can also set out a delicious spread for your next party.
Guests take to street parking at Di Stefano's Pizza Palace's W Frst spot.
You'll find your bill at Di Stefano's Pizza Palace to be more than reasonable, with most meals costing less than $15. Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the pizzeria, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
Flashing lights and an orchestra of electronic beeps fill Blazzin Lazers' indoor arena, where warriors young and old plunge into battle against others who were friends mere minutes before. Amid a realistic military base and barrels oozing with faux-neon toxic waste, players flex their fingers around laser-gun triggers, dodge enemy blasts, and scan barcodes with superhuman speed as computerized vests keep track of scores. The laser-tag facility also hosts parties, offering packages for larger groups and a party room where groups can lower heart rates as they unwrap birthday presents and enjoy cake or food brought from home. Housed inside the space of a former haunted house, Blazzin Lazers also hosts haunted laser tage in October.
While the deep dish pizza fad was sweeping the nation decades ago, Ned's Pizza was keeping it real, perfecting its expertise in thin crust. Remember those days when you had more toppings on your pizza than dough? At Ned's, those days never left. Located in southwest Milwaukee, and less than five miles from the Milwaukee Bay, you can dine in the family-friendly dining room or have a seat in the quaint waiting area for your takeout order. The history of Ned's goes back to 1969, just shortly after pizza started getting popular in America. You'll feel the history when you first walk in the door and you'll enjoy a different kind of pizza - the thin-crust style every pizza lover should try at least once in their lifetime.
Dishing up fresh fare at a range of sophisticated and casual events for more than 60 years, Irene's was recognized as one of The Knot’s Best of Weddings 2010 picks. Patrons can employ their own service talents by picking up eats from the self-service carryout menu, such as an assorted sandwich tray for 12 ($32.95) or fresh vegetable platter for 26 to 35 ($38.95). Hot veggie sides serve about 25 guests, such as the julienne blend, a mélange of fresh carrots, snow peas, and red-pepper strips good for noshing or impromptu games of pick-up sticks ($21.95). Orders off the corporate express catering menu, priced based on a 10-guest minimum, come with delivery and setup. Sandwich and supreme deli-lunch buffets boast a plethora of sides and add-ons ($10.95+ per guest). Power breakfast packages inject energy into foggy minds ($4.95+ per guest), and board-room hot-lunch buffets allow gracious hosts to serve up anything from chicken à la king to homemade lasagna ($4.95+ per guest).