Restaurants in Milwaukee

$10 for $20 Worth of Family-Style Italian Cuisine at Buca di Beppo

Buca di Beppo

Multiple Locations

Gather family and friends for unique Italian-American dishes that include Cheesy Bread Florentine, Veal Parmigiana, and Baked Ziti

$20 $10

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$30 for Beer-Tasting Package for Two with Pint Glasses and Growler at Horny Goat Brew Pub ($65 Value)

Horny Goat Brew Pub

Bay View

Brew pub houses its own craft microbrews, from a chocolate cherry stout to blonde lager

$65 $30

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Brazilian Steakhouse Dinner with Wine for Two or Four at Rodizio Grill (Up to 46% Off)

Rodizio Grill

Juneau Town

Rodizio gauchos cut slices of rotisserie-grilled meats from skewers table-side, filling plates with steak, chicken, and pork

$109.98 $59

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$20 for $40 Worth of German Food and Drinks at Karl Ratzsch’s

Karl Ratzsch's

Juneau Town

Chefs ladle pan gravy across crackling pork shank, roast duck, and Wiener schnitzel under wooden ceiling beams and antique beer steins

$40 $20

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Dinner and Drinks for Two or Four at Port of Call (48% Off)

Port of Call

Kilbourn Town

Classic menu features seafood specialties such as salmon, scallops & Port of Call’s signature whitefish alongside other Wisconsin favorites

$95 $49

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American Cuisine at On The Clock Bar & Grill (50% Off). Four Options Available.

On The Clock Bar & Grill

Milwaukee

Twelve signature half-pound Angus burgers, four types of mac and cheese, and build-your-own pizzas; Friday fish fry and a gluten-free menu

$30 $15

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Serbian Food at Old Town Serbian Gourmet Restaurant (Up to 58% Off). Three Options Available. 

Old Town Serbian Gourmet Restaurant

Milwaukee

Serbian food such as stuffed peppers slowly cooked in a light tomato sauce and serbian stews are served with dumplings

$30 $15

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Fast Food at Big Deal Burgers & Custard (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

Big Deal Burgers & Custard

West Allis

Before it hits the grill, each burger is made with meat and buns from local purveyors; housemade custards are another claim to fame

$20 $11

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Casual American Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Sandbar Sports Pub (50% Off)

Sandbar Sports Pub

Pewaukee

Classic American dishes such as mushroom-and-swiss burgers, beer-battered cod, turkey-bacon wraps, and vegetarian pizzas

$20 $10

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$20 for $40 Worth of Spanish Food for Dinner at España Tapas House

España Tapas House

Kilbourn Town

Cured meats, goat cheese baked in a roasted tomato-basil sauce, and braised short ribs; five types of sangria

$40 $20

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Medium or Extra-Large Thin Crust Pizza Meal with Garlic Bread Sticks and Soda from Pizzeria Scotty (43% Off)

Pizzeria Scotty

West View

Carryout or delivery thin crust pizzas served with deep-fried garlic bread sticks and soda

$19.18 $11

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Thai Cuisine at Thai Lotus (Up to Half Off). Two Options Available.

Thai Lotus

Silver City

Traditional thai noodles, curries, and stir-fries, along with Chinese favorites and Vietnamese-style pho soups

$20 $11

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$15 for $30 Worth of Steak-House Cuisine at Ward’s House of Prime

Ward’s House of Prime

Juneau Town

Featured on the Travel Channel for its enormous slabs of prime rib, served alongside veal, seafood, and pasta plates

$30 $15

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American Dinner with Wine or Beer for Two or Four at The Hotch Spot (Up to 52% Off)

The Hotch Spot

Lower East Side

Options include california and barbecue burgers and pizza and portobello philly subs accompanied by beer or wine

$42 $21

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Indian and Pakistani Food for Two or Four, or $18 for $30 Worth of Take-Out or Delivery from Kabana Grill

Kabana Grill

Airport West

Chefs prepare slow-cooked meats, vegetarian curries, and hearty rice entrees with Pakistani and Indian flavors

$30 $15

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$18 for Two Groupons, Each Good for Two Drinks and Pub Chips at The Irish Pub (Up to $38 Value)

The Irish Pub

Historic Third Ward

Riverside Irish pub serves myriad tap brews including Blue Moon and Guinness, plus hand-cut fries with malt vinegar and garlic mayo

$19 $9

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$7.50 for $15 Worth of American Food and Drinks for Two or More at Bigg's Roadhouse

Bigg's Roadhouse

Wauwatosa

Black Angus burgers, thin-crust pizzas, and rotisserie chicken in a roadside pub with 12 televisions

$15 $7.50

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Dinner Show for One or Two from The Murder Mystery Company (52% Off)

The Murder Mystery Company

The Rock Bottom Brewery

Interactive dinnertime murder mystery that stars professional actors tests diners’ sleuthing skills throughout a multicourse meal

$60 $29

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$11 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food and Drinks at Taco Amigo

Taco Amigo

Taco Amigo

Classic Mexican spices and sauces decorate servings of cactus, seafood, and steak, all sautéed or wrapped in tortillas

$20 $11

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In 1999, Dave Sobelman was serving burgers and pitchers of beer to blue collar workers in the rough and rugged Menomonee Valley. With the checks he cashed on weekends from the humble factory workers he began ordering some of the finest ingredients for this burgers - locally baked country-butter rolls and the best beef available.

Then one day, Dave walked out of his burger bar and saw a newspaper stand for the Shepherd Express. The cover story highlighted the Top 5 "Pub Grub" locations in Milwaukee and Dave's did not make the list. This omission was a turning point in Sobelman's history.

After seeing the article, Dave called the author of the story and invited him over for a burger. The local writer came into Sobelman's the next day and sat at the bar, ordered a PLAIN burger, and a beer. That very next week, Dave Sobelman had his own feature article on the front page of the Shepherd Express praising the burgers at Sobelman's Pub and Grill as the absolute best in Milwaukee.

Dave became wild with the possibility of fame after seeing his name and acclaimed burger in print. So with the help of this wife - Melanie - Dave began placing his energies into continuously providing the most quality ingredients and best tasting menu he could create for the public - and of course this menu included drinks. Dave's location is after all, a storied Schlitz tavern.

It's really not what's inside the glass that makes Sobelman's Pub and Grill's signature bloody mary stand out. The drink, or "Bloody Masterpiece" as it's affectionally called (not to be confused with the "Baconado" or "Crown Mary"), arrives with 13 garnishes. Brussels sprouts, celery, sausage, cheese, and even a cheeseburger slider stick out of the drink like an edible bouquet. The creative drink has garnered many fans, not to mention a feature on Good Morning America.

That slider garnish serves as an introduction to Sobelman's menu. The husband-and-wife team will proudly tell you that they have always had the best burgers in Milwaukee, and they back up the claim with a 2013 Readers’ Choice Award from Milwaukee Magazine and three other local Best Burger Awards in the last 3 plus years. Each Certified Prime Black Angus patty is sandwiched between a fresh baked country-butter roll and rests beneath toppings such as homemade chili, diced jalapeño, or The Piggyback's pork belly, which comes drizzled in bourbon sauce. These burgers have often been imitated around the city, but never duplicated. Aside from burgers, the cooks craft chicken cordon bleu sandwiches and host a Friday fish fry with beer-battered cod.

Despite the creativity shown on the menu, Sobelman's Pub and Grill's original location on St. Paul Avenue has a timeless element. The Sobelmans make great use of their building and they've kept original Schlitz tavern elements such as beer-barrel tables and strict adherence to the law of gravity in the revived Menomonee Valley neighborhood. Simply put, Sobelman's Pub and Grill is Classic Milwaukee.

1721 West Canal Street
Milwaukee,
WI
US

You can write on nearly every surface at The Loaded Slate. A slate strip runs down the bar for tabulating tips, wooden tables have hunks of slate where you can copy the chalk drawings by local student artists decorating the walls, and even the glasses have surfaces you can chalk your name onto in case you forget every word except "slate." The bar delivers on the promise of its name in other respects, too, with a menu loaded with filling pub sandwiches and nights packed with games, sporting events, and DJ sets. According to OnMilwaukee.com's 2011 profile, co-owner Joe Kuntz built drop-leaf tables that can be folded flat against the wall after the kitchen closes to flood the space with revelers. "We're family friendly till 10," explains co-owner Shawn Mellon. "Then we become strictly a bar."

During dinnertime, half-pound Angus burgers and the chef's panini of the month arrive with a pile of pub fries, waffle fries, homemade chips, rosemary red potatoes, or coleslaw. Poultry sandwiches also abound, with baked chicken piled with pineapple and pepper jack or assembled day-after-Thanksgiving style with provolone, spinach, and cranberry mustard. Throughout the night, five taps may pump out Strongbow cider, frothy Guinness, and New Glarus Spotted Cow Ale, which refreshes between bites of nachos made on a base of seasoned waffle fries, or reuben sticks, a fried wonton containing the sandwich's famous fillings and last words. Visitors spill out onto the patio on balmy nights, or pile into the back room?dubbed The Tailgate Zone because of the Ford and Chevy pickup beds jutting from the wall?to watch sports on a laptop-compatible projection TV, a 46-inch TV, and two 26-inch TVs.

1137 N Old World 3rd St.
Milwaukee,
WI
US

Property Location
With a stay at Four Points Milwaukee North in Brown Deer, you'll be within the region of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and BMO Harris Bradley Center. This hotel is within the region of Milwaukee Youth Arts Center and Mayfair Mall.

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 149 air-conditioned guestrooms. Relax and take in city views from the privacy of your room. Pay movies and video-game consoles are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature designer toiletries and hair dryers.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities, including an outdoor pool, an indoor pool, and a spa tub. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands. Getting to nearby attractions is a breeze with the complimentary area shuttle.

Dining
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available for a fee.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, audiovisual equipment, and technology support staff. Planning an event in Brown Deer? This hotel has 6500 square feet (604 square meters) of space consisting of conference/meeting rooms, small meeting rooms, and a ballroom. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary at scheduled times.

8900 North Kildeer Court
Milwaukee,
WI
US

Milwaukee Ale House echoes with notes of live music and the laughter of pub goers, but the building is also the site of serious work. Beyond a pair of glass doors, the pub's stainless steel fermentation tanks bubble with Milwaukee Brewing Company's creations. When they're ready, these beers make the short leap from brew room to bar tap, forming a beverage selection that Esquire described as, "plentiful and tasty, complementing the top-notch food."

The menu sports a convenient pairing chart that helps diners match prime rib, pulled-pork sandwiches, and spicy beef-and-chorizo burgers to house brews. Ideal with chicken, Louie's Demise exudes the smooth maltiness of a typical amber ale but with a balanced kick of Perle and Tettnanger hops, A meat-and-potatoes porter, the Admiral Stache ages for one month in bourbon barrels, lending a toasty vanilla flavor to subtle notes of milk chocolate and dried fruit.

Situated in the heart of the Historic Third Ward, Milwaukee Ale House's century-old building provides the main dining room and patio areas with waterside views of the Milwaukee River. The pub's decor exudes its own historic charm with exposed brick, a scattering of empty wooden barrels, and vintage beer signs. When live bands aren't performing, focus turns back to the bar area, where the taps form an ornate centerpiece built to resemble a copper-topped wooden vat. Around the vat hang white mugs belonging to members of the Mug Club and office workers who "got lost" during their coffee break.

233 N Water St
Milwaukee,
WI
US

Melthouse Bistro elevates a favorite childhood classic with its innovative roster of gourmet grilled-cheese sandwiches. The menu lists handcrafted creations such as the Maliblue whose country fresh bread is stacked high with Wisconsin blue cheese, alongside smoked turkey breast, pecanwood smoked bacon, avocado, tomatoes, lettuce, hard boiled eggs crumbles, and roasted garlic mayo. Each crispy medley of veggies, cheeses, and meats?which range from The Brasserie's braised short ribs to the hand-battered fried chicken of The Buffalo Bill?sidles onto plates tucked between locally baked artisan bread from Breadsmith. The bistro looks to local farms for its produce as well, prizing the down-home vibe of made-from-scratch meals over the artificial hum of fluorescent-light hoagies. Suggested wine and craft beer pairings whisper under each item listed on the menu, fleshing out the gustatory revelry.

The Melthouse's merger between modest and stylish cooking has garnered praise from OnMilawukee.com, the Journal Sentinel and A.V. Club Milwaukee, which praises the "delicious sandwiches, solid sides, and stellar service." Its decor mirrors the edibles, walking the line between rustic and modern: wood reclaimed from a century-old granary decks the walls, while floor-to-ceiling windows and metallic stools flaunt crisp edges.

1857 E Kenilworth Pl
Milwaukee,
WI
US

Homemade from egg, spinach, or whole wheat, The Pasta Tree Restaurant & Wine Bar's namesake pasta earned the eatery the honor of best Italian restaurant and runner-up for best romantic restaurant on Express Milwaukee's Best of Milwaukee 2012 list. Now celebrating 30 years of dining excellence, chefs toss them with ingredients such as a gorgonzola Alfredo sauce, caramelized mushrooms, and Australian lobster tail. They incorporate more local ingredients into other homemade delicacies, such as fresh baked bread and tiramisu.

To help wash down each homemade bite, barkeeps pour reds and whites by the glass, whip up classic cocktails, and decant local beers. Feasts unfold in The Pasta Tree Restaurant & Wine Bar's European-style bistro, split between an intimate dining room and a cozy wine bar. There, a fireplace thaws chilly customers in the winter, while a secret garden patio opens in summer to surround diners with aromatic flowers, tranquil fountains, and gnomes that lust after your food but never touch it. Customers also have the option to take the bistro fare to take to a festival or enjoy in a park or on a boat by ordering the gourmet picnic basket for two .

1503 N Farwell Ave
Milwaukee,
WI
US