Restaurants in Wisconsin

Up to 52% Off American Dinner at The Hotch Spot

The Hotch Spot

Lower East Side

$42 $21

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

Half Off Food and Drinks for Two or More at Bigg's Roadhouse

Bigg's Roadhouse


$15 $7.50


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

Up to 50% Off Thai Cuisine at Mai Thai Restaurant

Mai Thai Restaurant

Lower East Side

$30 $15


Classic Thai dishes such as curry, fried rice, and pud thai, made according to diners' preferred levels of spice

45% Off Pub Food at Mink River Basin

Mink River Basin

Ellison Bay

$20 $11

Pub fare, such as beer-battered onion rings, half-pound burgers, seafood, steak, and pizza complement local brews on draft

45% Off Pub Food at Mink River Basin

Mink River Basin

Ellison Bay

$20 $11

Pub fare, such as beer-battered onion rings, half-pound burgers, seafood, steak, and pizza complement local brews on draft

TJ Thai and Japanese Steakhouse – 40% Off Hibachi Fare

TJ Thai and Japanese Steakhouse


$25 $15

Chefs sear scallops, chicken, and lobster above the flames of a hibachi grill in front of awestruck diners.

Up to 45% Off Steakhouse Food at Village Limits Supper Club

Village Limits Supper Club

Little Chute

$20 $11

Hearty entrees from broasted chicken to barbecue ribs served in a casual dining room with a full bar

Up to 50% Off Turkish Cuisine at Tulip Restaurant

Tulip Restaurant

Historic Third Ward

$30 $15


Fresh-baked pita accompanies kebabs, baklava, and housemade ravioli served amid Cream City brick walls

Up to Half Off Comfort Food at Kim's Place

Kim's Place

Combined Locks

$20 $10


Comfort food such as Genuine Broaster chicken and fish with hearty sides such as mashed potatoes and potato wedges

Up to 46% Off Seasonal New American Dinner at Tess


East Side

$50 $27

Chefs procure ingredients from local farmers for entrees such as pan-seared beef tenderloin

Up to 52% Off Italian Cuisine at Marty's Place

Marty's Place


$36 $18


Cooked-to-order steaks, fresh crab legs, and baked lasagna

50% Off American Cuisine at On The Clock Bar & Grill

On The Clock Bar & Grill


$30 $15

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

40% Off Gourmet Grilled Cheese at Melthouse Bistro 

Melthouse Bistro

Lower East Side

$15 $9


Bistro toasts Wisconsin cheese, meats, and veggies between slices of locally baked breads, and suggests pairings with craft beers

Up to 40% Off Santana Dotson All-You-Can-Drink Brewers Game Bus Trip

Horny Goat Brew Pub

Bay View

$200 $120


Ride along to the Brewers' game while enjoying brewpub food and drinks and mingling with former Super Bowl winners

Up to 44% Off Seasonal Cuisine at Prodigal Gastropub

Prodigal Gastropub

Walker’s Point/Third Ward

$50 $28


Seasonal menus tempt with such dishes as wagyu beef sliders, rabbit confit pot pie, buttermilk-poached chicken, and pumpkin cheesecake

Up to 53% Off Drinks and Pub Chips at The Irish Pub

The Irish Pub

Historic Third Ward

$19 $9


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

Carson's – $69 for Dinner for Two with Drinks, Salads and Sides



$94 $69


Barbecue restaurant serves baby-back ribs, legendary caesar salad and famous au gratin potatoes

Up to 45% Off at The Bluff Pub and Grille

The Bluff Pub and Grille

Green Bay

$20 $11

A pub with views of the bay offers breakfast on Sundays, along with seafood, broasted chicken, homemade lasagna & soup, and speciality pizza

Up to 50% Off at Vero International Cuisine

Vero International Cuisine


$29 $15


Inventive dishes combine elements of American and international cuisines

Select Local Merchants

At the annual Das Oktoberfest block party, friends and families converse over brats, hot dogs, and drinks with the peace of mind that proceeds benefit Hunger Task Force. Festival-goers gather in the Mader's parking lot at 11 a.m. for the kid-friendly, pet-friendly Brat Trot, where competitors don complimentary Oktoberfest hats before beginning the race. Trot participants then ring in the festival with a grueling 1.5-block walk, run, or ride on a giant Slinky to Pere Marquette Park. Each attendee makes the trek with a complimentary 12-ounce Oktoberfest beer or soda in one hand, accompanying a free Usinger brat or hot dog in the other. Once at the park, participants partake in a communal jubilee. Prior to the race, athletes can also compete for prizes in a contest for best costumed individual and team, or duke it out in a pig Latin spelling bee.

710 North Old World 3rd Street

The Madison Pub Club card works like magic. With a power similar to that of a hypnotist’s watch or the key to Detroit Rock City, the card only needs to be waved in front of bartenders at six participating bars to receive a two-for-one special on any one item $6 in value or less. The card can be used once per day, every day at each bar, totaling a maximum of six free drinks every 24 hours. Though there are some restrictions in regards to time, four of the six bars accept it during all normal business hours.

45 South Bassett Street

Property Location
A stay at Hilton Garden Inn Appleton/Kimberly places you in the heart of Kimberly, convenient to Telulah Park and Gardens of the Fox Cities. This hotel is within close proximity of Lawrence University and Appleton Memorial Park.

Make yourself at home in one of the 125 air-conditioned rooms featuring microwaves and minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have bathtubs and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and complimentary newspapers, and you can also request rollaway/extra beds.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
DonÂ’t miss out on the many recreational opportunities, including an indoor pool, a spa tub, and a 24-hour fitness facility. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and shopping on site.

Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which serves breakfast and dinner. Dining is also available at a coffee shop/café, and room service (during limited hours) is provided. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, business services, and express check-in. Planning an event in Kimberly? This hotel has facilities measuring 2090 square feet (188 square meters), including conference/meeting rooms. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary during limited hours.

720 Eisenhower Dr

Palms Bistro Bar artfully blends cuisines from corners of the globe traditionally unused to culinary interaction, such as Eurasia and Euramerica. The dinner menu begins its gastronomic game of Risk in Europe, with strategic selections of baked Danish brie ($11.95) and bruschetta ($9.25), before redirecting its forces to Southern Asia. The spicy Thai peanut pasta ($13.75) comforts lost, searching souls with sautéed bok choy and shiitake mushrooms tossed in a chilicious peanut sauce. Entrees such as the peppercorn-dusted, 10-ounce flat-iron steak ($25), served with a twice-baked potato, and the pan-seared Alaskan halibut ($26) revitalize diners accustomed to sadly stagnant restaurant routines, whereas the steak salad ($14.50) acts as an omnivorous pact between the meatiest meat and greens, grape tomatoes, and marinated red onions. Palms' full-service bar has wine by the glass or bottle, plus seasonal cocktails that transform throughout the year, unlike the perpetually neon-orange canopy of an old-growth Tang-sequoia forest.

221 N Broadway

At Naples 15, chef Salvatore Di Scala shares the experience of his travels with guests—not through photos, or souvenirs, but through his food. A native of Naples, Italy, Chef Di Scala has built his menu around true Neapolitan cuisine. It includes pizzas named after beloved Italian songs, as well as dishes recommended by Chef Di Scala himself, such as the aragosta alla don Salvatore: fresh lobster tail baked in a wood oven and served with cherry tomatoes, garlic, and parsley.

15 N Butler St

Chili Lili’s serves immaculately prepared fresh-made chili and a menu of American fare and locally brewed liquid complements. Jay Schieck, Chili Lili’s Milwaukean owner, and Chef Andy Tenaglia gourmet-ify the hearty dish and offer a range of signature chilis in a bowl ($5), on a platter over garlic bread ($8), on a platter over corn bread ($8), or on a platter over mac 'n' cheese ($9). The spicy pizza chili includes bell peppers, pepperoni, garlic, and Italian sausage, whereas the vegetarian chili comes loaded with olive oil, oven-roasted portobellos, and eggplant. Chilified meals such as the flour-tortilla-encased chili burrito ($8) or the Kobe-beef chili burger ($12, add cheese for $1) save standard dinner fare from the throes of lack-of-bean-induced depression, and sandwiches such as the turkey burger ($8) and the double-cheesed black-bean burger ($8) offer the edible endurance necessary for sawing down view-obstructing trees using only a pizza cutter.

525 E Menomonee St