Key Milwaukee

June 2013

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

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Key RESTAURANTS OF THE MONTH Metro area serves up great patio options BEANIE'S KEY MILWAUKEE'S Dining Guide designates with a sun icon the locations with outdoor seating. While this varies from oversized windows, to wide sidewalks, to special patios and decks, the choices delight diners. With the options that follow, KEY continues the outdoor dining feature from the May issue that included the patios of Carini's La Conca D'oro, Casablanca, Chez Jacques, El Fuego Mexican Restaurante, Harbor House, the Milwaukee Ale House, The Twisted Fisherman and Trinity Three Irish Pubs. THE HARP LOUISE'S NORTHPOINT CUSTARD 58 BEANIE'S in the heart of Historic Port Washington, has been serving great Mexican food and unique experiences for more than 25 years. The restaurant at 102 E. Grand Ave. is a few short blocks from Port's picturesque Lake Michigan marina. Relax in the spacious patio and check out the famous "swing seating" at the cantina/bar inside. THE HARP is famous for its patio and location overlooking the Milwaukee River, but a brand new deck makes this an even better spot to relax with a perfectly poured Guinness and a butter burger. Or, swing by for "Sunday Rehab," including live entertainment and drink specials. You'll discover why there has been a tavern at this address, 113 E. Juneau Ave., since the 1860s. LOUISE'S, at 801 N. Jefferson St., is in the heart of downtown Milwaukee. The patio offers great views of Cathedral Square Park by day and by night. We love the people watching here anytime. But, this is a great place to savor a Bloody Mary on summer Saturdays when East Town Market adds to the fun. Weekend brunch begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. NORTHPOINT CUSTARD is a don't miss during the warm-weather season. KEY staffers were among the eager customers getting their burgers and fries with a shake when the order windows opened in May. Great food and fabulous scenery combine at 2272 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr., where downtown meets the lake.

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