Find something on the menu for everyone at Master Z's Cue Club in Waukesha.
We'll let you park onsite to help get you closer to our scrumptious menu.
Who says that dining out has to take a bite out of your bank account? At Master Z's Cue Club, diners can find fairly-priced food that will keep them coming back for more.
Whether you prefer sausage, 'roni, or all-around veggie, Little Caesars Pizza's easy-to-please pizza has fans dishing out top-notch ratings.
The menu at Little Caesars Pizza is loaded with gluten-free and low-fat options.
You can also have Little Caesars Pizza cater your next event.
You can call it in, then carry it out.
Free parking is readily available for hungry diners at Little Caesars Pizza.
Some people say that if you've had one pizza, you've had them all. Diners who've tried Little Caesars Pizza's pizza say it is the absolute best.
So stop fantasizing about ordering pizza and call the team at Little Caesars Pizza to make that amazing pie a reality.
Head to Kim's Garden in Waukesha and take a culinary trip to the Far East, where fine Chinese cuisine is readily available.
Kim's Garden knows how to make gluten-free and low-fat fare taste great, so stop by for a healthy (and flavorful) bite.
Jeans are a no-go at Kim's Garden; suits and dresses are the standard here.
With food this good, you'll be running into this restaurant to pick it up yourself.
Diners can take full advantage of the free parking in the lot next to Kim's Garden.
Prices are affordable, with a typical meal running under $30.
Morning, noon, or night, you can head on over to Kim's Garden since they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
If you have a hankering for Chinese fare, pay Kim's Garden a visit and indulge in some traditional eats.
For cafe options that won't disappoint, check out D Mo's Pita and Pan.
Have a large group? No problem. Head to D Mo's Pita and Pan for easy seating.
No need for a wardrobe change when you hit D Mo's Pita and Pan — it's strictly casual.
If you're hoping to make a smashing impression at your next soiree, you can also have D Mo's Pita and Pan cater for you.
Drivers can access the parking lot next door.
By visiting D Mo's Pita and Pan, you'll have a great place with amazing food to bring your friends for lunch!
Michael's Italian Restaurant's kitchen cupboards are bare. Their sparseness doesn't stem from a food shortage, but from the eatery's devotion to fresh ingredients. To wit: chefs deftly knead fresh batches of homemade pizza dough daily, and they coat the disks with ladles of from-scratch pizza sauce. They simmer organic beef with fresh-squeezed lemon juice, and they fly in fresh fish from Chicago each morning before enhancing the fillets with white wine lemon sauce. In addition to traditional dishes, they've added contemporary flourishes to the menu such as gluten-free pizzas and pastas and meatballs equipped with 4G technology. Regardless of which entree guests select from the expansive menu, knowledgeable servers are always on hand to suggest pairings from the eatery's vast wine list.
Enjoy a large array of finger food at Sporties, a local pub.
Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at this restaurant won't disappoint.
Sporties offers discounted prices on food and drinks during happy hour.
Enjoy the cool summer breezes on Sporties' seasonally available outdoor seating.
Dance the night away — the restaurant offers plenty of space to get down.
At Sporties, diners can score a guaranteed parking spot close to the restaurant.
Sporties offers outdoor bike racks for cyclists.
If you don't want a night that will cost you an arm and a leg but you do want a delicious meal, come to Sporties.
Stop waiting to order that burger you're craving and come into Sporties for some terrific pub food.
In a city famous for brats, fried cheese curds, frozen custard, and beer, trying to eat and drink healthy can seem daunting—impossible even. After all, you’re more likely to stumble into a bar than a grocery store in the state of Wisconsin. But there are ways to enjoy your dining experience without the phrase cholesterol levels, acid reflux, or food coma running through your brain. Read on to learn how to eat light in Milwaukee restaurants.
Embrace Your Inner Veg Head
The words vegetarian and healthy aren’t mutually exclusive. (Vegetarians who subsist solely on pasta and cheese pizza prove this point.) Luckily, some of the best restaurants in Milwaukee are vegetarian-friendly and serving up their fair share of salads, fresh-squeezed juice, and nutritious sandwiches.
Where to go: Riverwest Co-op Café cooks all of its food from scratch, using the same local, organic ingredients sold in its store.What to get: Start the day off with housemade maple granola and bananas, or go for bi bim bop, brown rice topped with steamed veggies and kimchi, for lunch or dinner.
Where to go: Beans & Barley, like Riverwest Co-op, doubles as a specialty grocery store and café.What to get: Try the always-fresh garden salad for a light lunch or fill up with a fan-favorite sweet-potato and bean burrito.Go for Small PlatesThe Midwest is known for its generous, some might say gargantuan, portion sizes. Enter tapas-style dining for those looking for high-quality food that doesn’t require a high-capacity stomach. Just remember: sharing is caring.
Where to go: La Merenda offers globally inspired small plates made with seasonal ingredients; cooks can often be seen plucking fresh herbs from the restaurant’s outdoor garden.Sample dishes: Rushing Waters pan-seared trout, prosciutto salad with arugula, seasonal tart of the day, and patatas bravas with chorizoWhere to go: Odd Duck serves a constantly rotating menu of small plates in four parts: Cheese, Charcuterie, Animal, and Vegetable.Sample dishes: Seared scallops, grilled bavette steak, gouda-stuffed Medjool dates, cucumber gazpacho, and maitake-mushroom crepesStock Up at a Local Farmers’ MarketWith more than 20 farmers’ markets in Milwaukee County, there are endless options to find locally culled fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, and whatever else you might need to cook tonight’s dinner, or enjoy a healthy snack while on vacation.
Where to go: West Allis Farmers Market, located about 6 miles southwest of downtown Milwaukee, has been around since 1919.When to go: noon–6 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday and 1 p.m.–6 p.m. Saturday, May through NovemberWhat you’ll find: fresh radishes, asparagus, rhubarb, strawberries, raspberries, zucchini, squash, peas, snap beans, potatoes, corn, herb plants, and eggsWhere to go: The pup-friendly South Shore Farmers Market, which offers stunning views of Lake Michigan thanks to its location in South Shore Park.When to go: 8 a.m.–noon Saturday, mid-June through mid-OctoberWhat you’ll find: local honey, spring rolls, bubble tea, fresh crepes, raw oats and grains, and produce as far as the eye can seeWhen all else fails, get a bacon-stuffed bacon burger from Milwaukee Ale House and eat better tomorrow.Photo: Peach Salad by Ralph Daily under CC BY 2.0.