722 North Milwaukee Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 +1 414 220 9411
Walk into Distl for a drink while you catch up with friends. The rates here are pricey, but the visit will be worth it. From the service, to the food, to the cocktails, everything here is excellent. The unique visit to Distl lies basically n the fact that the place features some really delicious locally-made cheese as well as local beers. The eats on the menu are a good variety and bound to satisfy those hunger pangs.
425 East Mason Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 +1 414 298 3131
Located adjacent to the Pfister Hotel, Mason Street Grill is your haunt if you like to bite into juicy steaks cooked to your liking. Take your pick from their varied assortment of mouthwatering steaks as you sit in a quaint corner and enjoy the friendly ambiance. The eatery boasts of a delicious platter of succulent meats, crunchy salads, soul-warming mac and cheese and roasted vegetables among other goodies that will make you swoon in delight! The restaurant can also make arrangements for those special times together with loved ones. Add a dash of live music to the melee and you have a winner! Good service, delightful grills and an excellent decor make this an ideal haunt for lazy evenings. Check website for more details.
144 East Wells Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 +1 414 286 3663
Known as the best place in the city to catch a performance, Pabst Theater's sound system is laudable. The acoustics, fireproof construction and state-of-the-art stage amenities make Pabst a favorite with audiences and performers alike. The interiors are old fashioned but romantic nonetheless; find love-struck couples at any time. On the performance front, comedies, folk artistes, lectures, plays, classic and contemporary concerts are held from time to time. Past performers include Rex Harrison, Itzak Perlman, Toots Thielemans and Michael Martin Murphy.
116 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53203 +1 414 224 3000
The Riverside Theatre, whose renovation began in 1984 has been beautifully restored to its former glory. Now an historical landmark of the city of Milwaukee, this building is back and better than ever. Where once you might have been able to catch a live performance by Judy Garland or Frankie Avalon, you can now see the latest broadway shows, comedy, and concerts.
2028 East North Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53202 +1 414 988 4758
Blending Parisian charm with the atmosphere of a typical American tavern, The Hotel Foster is one of the most popular hangouts on North Avenue. Whether you drop by for an after-work drink or a coffee date, you will find The Hotel Foster to be more than satisfactory. The list of alcoholic beverages is long and features excellent cocktails like the Corpse Reviver #2 and Violet Bounce. Some nights, local bands and DJs ensure that you have a thoroughly enjoyable time.
1832 East North Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53202 +1 414 273 6477
A family-owned establishment, Vitucci's has been delighting Milwaukee's East Side since 1934. There is usually loud music playing, which, when combined with the pendant lights that cast a reddish glow over the space, gives this cocktail lounge a club-like vibe. Wednesdays are ladies' nights, and weekends bring with them USD6 Jack Daniels and Southern Comfort cocktails. The daily Happy Hour is from 4p to 9p.
2535 South Kinnickinnic Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53207 +1 414 481 8860
Perched on a little hill, what was formerly the Bay View Brew Haus, is The Down and Over Pub. Its easy to miss this massive building as it looks like an old warehouse. Look out for the huge red sign with a black guitar and you will know you have reached the right place. The minimalist decor, high ceilings, wooden tables and stage gives this place a vintage charm. Run by the same team of Up And Under Pub, the bar has no dearth of entertainment. From pool tables, dartboards, to live gigs, karaoke, comedy nights, jam sessions and swing dance, there is always something or the other in this lively place. Some of their previous lists are Filtharmonic, The Vibrators and Doghouse Flowers.
815 East Locust Street Milwaukee, WI 53212 +1 414 562 9472
Riverwest Public House is for the community by the community. This co-operative bar offers organic brews that are alcoholic and non-alcoholic. Set in a bricked building, it has a warm and inviting vibe to it where live music sets the tone every Thursday through Saturday night. Riverwest Public House is a great place to hang out with your gang over some reasonably priced drinks.
14001 Washington Avenue Sturtevant, WI 53177 +1 262 898 7900
Route 20 Outhouse is the ultimate live entertainment destination in Racine. It features an eclectic line-up of cultural events throughout the year; from live music by regional bands, to interactive comedy acts. Catch the live game on their projection screens or a drive-in movie screening outdoors with a beer or cocktail. They also feature a delicious selection of handmade burgers, pizzas and barbecued ribs.
2550 North Mayfair Road Wauwatosa, WI 53226 +1 414 475 0700/+1 414 475 6917
Bounties from the sea and sizzling steaks, are waiting to please your taste buds at McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks. The menu at McCormick & Schmick's blends in flairs from the gulf of Mexico, Atlantic and the Pacific Rim regions. For the best dishes this place has to offer choose from their signature dishes. Lovers of fresh catch can have a feast at the oyster bar. The steaks are made from prime meat to bring out rich flavors. This location at Milwaukee is in close proximity to the mall; take a break from your shopping an feast on steaks or seafood.
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