Eating healthy can raise questions such as, "Are crayons a fruit or a vegetable?" and "How many steaks does a growing baby need?" Answer culinary questions with today's Groupon at Hotch-A-Do, located in East Side. A laid back destination backed by pure culinary respect, Hotch-A-Do does breakfast justice by using as many organic and local ingredients as possible. Early risers with ravishing appetites can browse Hotch-A-Do’s comprehensive menu, which boasts items such as vegan burritos, fruit-topped pancakes, French toast, and sustainable Alterra coffee. For diners who arrive after the last breakfast call (3 p.m. daily), Hotch-A-Do is ready to roll with portabella Philly sandwiches, freshly baked margherita pizzas, and other indulgent eats—eats that pair well with the spirited liquids on the extensive beer and wine list.
- I will definitely be returning if I ever make it back to Milwaukee. Until then, I'll just have to crave the Hotch Hash and be without it! – Teny M., Yelp
- I like the food they serve and I also like the ambiance, especially in winter...it feels very open and although these days it seems to getting more customers, it never feels too crowded. – Lexi N., Yelp
The Hotch Spot
It's got imaginative cocktails, gallons of craft and mainstream brews, and hearty comfort food, but The Hotch Spot is as much about what you do as what you eat and drink. The bar's '80s and '90s nostalgia permeates everything from the special events to the scrunchie slingshots that land plates on tables.
And while the food's homestyle preparation may remind guests of family meals, modern touches such as organic ingredients and craft beers update the fare. Weekend brunches feature the signature Hotch Hash, full of entire refrigerators worth of mix-ins, from broccoli and artichokes to turkey and andouille sausage. At lunch and dinner, burgers, salads, and pizzas quell appetites. The bar pours drafts and cracks open brews from New Glarus, Angry Orchard, and Stella Artois, among others. Bartenders can also mix up a variety of drinks, including The BLT, a bloody mary with Guinness garnished with practically a side salad: bacon, lime, and tomato.
Lower East Side
1813 E Kenilworth Pl.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202Get Directions