Spitfire Pub & Grill hums with the sounds of trivia questions and live music from local bands and artists on open-mic nights. Amid the lively atmosphere, guests swig local beers and wine while devouring hot-dog sliders, fish 'n' chips, and shredded-beef flatbread with a smoky barbecue glaze. They relax at hardwood tables inside or beneath the blue umbrellas dotting the expansive outdoor patio, which plays host to numerous flat-screen TVs broadcasting the Brewers game or an intense staring competition.
Overlooking Lake Nagawicka, Seven Seas serves a palatable menu of finely prepared meats and fresh seafood, along with more than 500 wines from around the world. Diners can furnish exquisite fermented sippers with digestive companions, such as the rumaki Seven Seas, a starter of chicken liver and water chestnuts wrapped in bacon and smoked salmon canapés with mustard-lime sauce ($10).
At Lemon Grass, our cooking is based on the ancient Chinese philosophy of yin and yang-nature in balance. Eat the right foods in balance to help maintain a healthy body.
Our goal is to pamper you with wonderful balanced meals, freshly cooked in our open kitchen, and share with you the need of nourishment of the body.
At Bucky's Lakeside Pub, you don't have to sacrifice the view to watch the game?you can get both. Situated on the deck that overlooks Okauchee Lake, visitors lounge outdoors and watch a variety of sporting events along with their favorite football teams. Bucky's broadcasts every Sunday match-up thanks to its all-access cable network and 14 flat-screen televisions which dot the interior of the space. Meanwhile at the bar, patrons sip ice-cold draught beers or enjoy a variety of from-scratch foods crafted daily in the kitchen. Specials range from Mama's Meatloaf and steak and seafood to all-you-can-eat ribs and crab legs. The regular menu features classic wings, exotic burgers and large selection of craft, import and domestic beer, specialty drinks, and wines. On Thursdays, an open acoustic jam fuels revelry while Fridays showcase live music.
In 1957, Chuck’s Supper Club suffered its first fire. The second would come 10 years later as a blaze that completely demolished the building. The twice-rebuilt eatery then operated without incident until closing in 2000, lying dormant for 10 years before it became Burke’s Lakeside Restaurant and Bar. The restaurant’s owners renovated its interior, decking the walls in dark cherry accents and building a stone fireplace as the room’s centerpiece and an alternative entrance for hungry chimney sweeps. Inside the banquet room, a hardwood dance floor sprawls in front of a live-music stage, and outside, a wraparound deck overlooks the shores of Silver Lake.
At the bar, servers pour more than 17 wines and 10 draft beers. In the kitchen, chefs blend regional American recipes to craft dishes such as grilled 16-ounce steaks, Pabst Blue Ribbon–braised ribs, and cast-iron-seared salmon with avocado relish and jalapeño corn. They also design their own takes on international dishes such as shepherd’s pie, and lobster and shrimp wontons.