Key Milwaukee

April 2018

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Page 46 of 51 47 EAT & DRINK g u Transfer Pizzeria Café Relaxed cafe featuring 40-plus types of creative pizzas, wine & beer plus local art & live music. 101 W. Mitchell St. (414) 763-0438 WALKER'S POINT POLISH u Polonez Restaurant Polish cooking, with Sunday brunch and accordion music. 4016 S. Packard Ave. (414) 482-0080 ST FRANCIS SEAFOOD & MORE u Harbor House Amazing seafood, steaks, raw bar and cocktails with breathtak- ing views of Milwaukee's skyline and Lake Michi- gan. Match filet mignon with Maine lobster, sea scallops, crab legs or salmon. 550 N. Harbor Dr. (414) 395-4900 DOWNTOWN STEAKS & MORE u Carnevor Premier steakhouse serving wet- and dry- aged prime beef. Award- winning wine menu with over 750 selections. 718 N. Milwaukee St. (414) 223-2200 DOWNTOWN u Dream Dance Steak Award-winning restaurant offers a wide variety of steaks, soups, salads and an array of side dishes. Locally sourced ingredients. Retail-priced wines. dining Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, 1721 W. Canal St. (414) 847-7883 MENOMONEE VALLEY u Joey Gerard's Traditional family friendly supper club. Start with a Lazy Susan, add in a daily special or a charbroiled steak with a sauce and side, top off with an ice cream drink. 5601 Broad St. (414) 858-1900 GREENDALE u Mr. B's Steakhouse Classic Italian steakhouse features juicy steaks, chops and fresh seafood. Beef choices range from a Petite Filet Mignon to the 28 oz. Porterhouse. Prime Cuts include a Wagyu New York Strip. 18380 W. Capitol Dr. (262) 790-7005 BROOKFIELD 11120 N. Cedarburg Rd, (262) 518-5500 MEQUON VEGETARIAN/ VEGAN u Beerline Cafe Vegetarian and vegan op- tions in a bright /spacious setting. 2076 N. Commerce St. (414) 265-5644 DOWNTOWN u Urban Beets Cafe and Juicery Organic café and juice bar with healthy vegan dishes. 1401 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. (414) 800-6265 DOWNTOWN Milwaukee's #1 Spy Themed Restaurant & More Oh, and one more thing. There's a secret password, known only by a few keen locals. Spies who don't have it will have to pass our fun clearance test! Good Luck! There's still no better refuge for visiting spies. Milwaukee's must-see mystery landmark has been the city's most well-kept secret for a half-century and counting. GREAT FOOD. FUN DRINKS. UNIQUE EXPERIENCE.

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