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What You'll Get
Enjoying the cuisine of another country can inspire people to someday travel there, where they will undoubtedly eat a cheeseburger and immediately come home. Save yourself the trouble with today's Groupon to Sobelman's Pub and Grill and Sobelman's Tallgrass Grill. Choose between the following options:
- For $5, you get $10 worth of burgers and drinks at Sobelman's Pub and Grill.
- For $5, you get $10 worth of burgers and drinks at Sobelman's Tallgrass Grill.
Buyers may purchase up to three Groupons for each location.
The family of epicurean architects at Sobelman's Pub and Grill and Sobelman's Tallgrass Grill works to construct hunger-conquering monuments by forging patties of Tallgrass or certified Black Angus beef at a sizzling grill. Visitors to Sobelman's Pub and Grill can explore the carnivorous variety of the baconburger with cheese ($5.75), and the BLT burger ($6.75) swaddles itself in crisp produce like a sleepy farmer. Cradled on a warm country butter roll and garnished with fresh ingredients, the signature burger ($7.25) can also be commissioned to include mushrooms, swiss cheese, or jalapeños. Sobelman's waiters fuel joviality with regular deliveries of draft beers as diners revel in historic décor and coats of arms from neon kingdoms inside what was once one of Milwaukee's original Schlitz taverns.
Cooks conscientiously fill plates at Sobelman's Tallgrass Grill with grass-fed beef, artisanal cheeses, and fresh produce. The fresco burger arrives ensconced in chipotle jack sauce, avocados, and fistfuls of veggies ($7.50). Handheld entrees pair with locally made Sprecher soda ($2) or a beer and a nod from an approving reflection in the restaurant's shimmering décor.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per location. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for location purchased. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sobelman's Pub and Grill
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 his 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 to his storied Schlitz tavern. The local writer came into Sobelman's the next day and 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 intrigued by the possibility of fame after seeing his name and acclaimed burger in print. So with the help of his wife, Melanie, Dave created a menu full of quality burgers and some of the most massive bloody marys anyone had ever seen.
It's really not what's inside the glass that makes Sobelman's Pub and Grill's signature bloody mary, the Bloody Masterpiece, stand out. It's the 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.
The Bloody Masterpiece and other bloodys pair perfectly with what the husband-and-wife team calls the best burgers in Milwaukee. They back up the claim with a 2013 Readers’ Choice Award from Milwaukee magazine and three other local Best Burger awards.
Despite the creativity shown with the drinks and 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.