Restaurants in West End

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Those looking to fill their daily quota of sandwiches can bathe watery mouths in a classic meatball sandwich ($5.99), a thinly sliced Italian beef dipped in a juicy au jus ($5.99), or a Chicago-style hot dog ($2.99, $3.99 for jumbo) stacked with all the fixings including vine-ripened tomatoes. Bobanna's Pizzeria also offers a wide variety of appetizers and Mexican comestibles such as tacos ($3.49–$4.09 for three) and burritos ($3.99–$4.59).

1403 Summit Ave
Waukesha,
WI
US

Becky’s Blissful Bakery’s confectionists eschew high-fructose corn syrup or preservatives, instead, they handcraft most batches of gluten-free caramels from organic ingredients—including some from other local merchants. Along with the original vanilla-caramel recipe, flavors such as masala chai tea from Rishi Tea or extra-special bitter beer from Lakefront Brewery infuse the treats with added complexity. Rather than protecting each caramel by wrapping it in peanut butter, Becky’s bakers swaddle the morsels in wax paper before arranging them in packages accented with silver bows.

214 Oakton Ave
Pewaukee,
WI
US

Homemade guacamole and fresh cornbread spread with guava sauce balance Antigua Real's Latin culinary dishes, whose rich spice blends have won over palates by showcasing global flavors. Cuts of meat pick up campfire flavors and learn cowboy songs on the grill, and absorb chipotle, tomatillo, and tamarind from marinades and gravies. Entrees smothered in two thick moles (chocolate and almond) ensure those dining in get a taste of Mexican tradition, whereas seafood dishes accompanied by plantain recall the country's oft-overlooked proximity to the Caribbean. If you are not admiring collections of Central American art decorating the walls and fireplace of the entry, you can relax in Antigua Real's inviting lounge, where a diverse collection of tequilas, signature margaritas, mojitos, and beer inspire sun-soaked relaxation.

2104 Silvernail Rd
Pewaukee,
WI
US

The eponymous owner of Sal's Pizza is nearly always on hand to greet customers and oversee the creation of his Italian-inspired dishes. Under his watchful gaze, cooks sprinkle toppings on bubbling thin-crust and Chicago-style pizzas or sauté veal and chicken in wine sauce. And if diners are lucky, they can behold one of Sal's ovens giving birth to hearty baked pasta, a thick Italian-style sub, or a tiny baby oven that tries to bake everything it sees.:m]]

823 W Moreland Blvd
Waukesha,
WI
US

Cafe De Arts Roastery was established in 2009 as a family owned and operated European coffee house and micro-roastery, roasting all of our coffee on site, and is located in the beautiful historic downtown Waukesha, WI. Along with being a micro-roaster, our European-style coffee house offers several other wonderful items !!

136 E Saint Paul Ave
Waukesha,
WI
US

Since 2000, historic downtown Waukesha's House of Guinness has maintained the convivial atmosphere of a pub located in the Irish countryside. Inside, bartenders serve microbrews and handcrafted beers alongside classic European imports such as Franziskaner, Guinness, and Strongbow. They also stock many Irish spirits, including a 12-year Tullamore Dew Black Bush and an 18-year Jameson that goes down smoother than a bowling ball in a bobsleigh track. Traditional bar food, including pizzas and pasties, accompany the pours, which guests can savor while watching the game or tapping their toes along to live Irish music.

354 W Main St
Waukesha,
WI
US