Key Milwaukee

July 2013

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

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NIGHTLIFE GUIDE TWISTED FISHERMAN, 1200 W. Canal St. 384-2722. Location on Menomonee River will put you in the mood to kick back a special cocktail. (Boat drinks, anyone?) BRADY STREET Center of the counterculture during the 20th century, the ethnically diverse history of this area makes it one of the city's most popular destinations. APOLLO CAFE, 1310 E. Brady St. 272-2233. Authentic Greek favorites in a European atmosphere. CASABLANCA, 728 E. Brady St. 271-6000. Come see and be seen every weekend with DJs, exotic hookah flavors and live belly dancing performances Friday nights. EAST SIDE CARINI'S, 3468 N. Oakland Ave. 963-9623. Known for Italian specialties and homemade Limoncello. WATER STREET One of the city's oldest entertainment districts, this area runs from E. State Street north to Brady. WATER STREET BREWERY, 1101 N. Water St. 272-1195. Award-winning microbrews. Games on big screens. RUMPUS ROOM, 1030 N. Water St. 292-0100. Great beer and cocktail selection. TRINITY‚ÄĘTHREE IRISH PUBS, 125 E. Juneau Ave. 278-7033. Three distinctive Irish pubs in one place, a block west of Water Street. Friday and Saturday nights, ride the trolley between Trinity, The Harp, The Black Rose and RC's. RUDY'S, 1122 N. Edison St. 223-1122. Known for specialty Margaritas. THE HARP, 113 E. Juneau Ave. 289-0700. On the Milwaukee River a block west of Water St. Great patio. All-grain brew pub in the Historic Third Ward offers live music most evenings. RYAN BRAUN'S GRAFFITO, 102 N. Water St. 727-2888. Great food, drink and a great river-side patio. SPIN MILWAUKEE, 233 E. Chicago St. 831-7746. Midwest's only ping pong club with full bar, food service. SOUTH SIDE THE PACKING HOUSE, 900 E. Layton Ave. 483-5054. Live music Wed.-Sat. evenings. EL FUEGO, 909 W. Layton Ave. 455-3534 "Hottest happy hours in Milwaukee" 2:30-6 p.m. every day, 9-11 p.m. Sun.-Thurs. ST. FRANCIS BREWERY, 3825 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., St. Francis, 744-4448. Near Mitchell International. WEST SIDE CRAWDADDY'S, 6414 W. Greenfield Ave. 778-2228. Recreates sights, sounds and flavors of New Orleans. WASABI SUSHI LOUNGE, 15455 W. Bluemound Rd., Brookfield 262-780-0011. SAZ'S STATE HOUSE, 5539 W. State St. 453-2410. Close to Miller Park. Always packed with sports fans. JOEY'S SEAFOOD & GRILL, 12455 W. Capitol Dr., Brookfield. 262-750-9500. Open to 9 p.m. weekdays, 10 p.m. Fri. & Sat. FAR WEST SIDE WEISSGERBER'S SEVEN SEAS,1807 Nagawicka Rd., Hartland. 262-367-3903. Relax in beautiful "lake country." WATER STREET BREWERY, Delafield at 3191 Golf Rd. at Highway 83 and I-94. HISTORIC THIRD WARD AND WALKER'S POINT The Third Ward is just south of downtown. Continue south to Walkers Point, also called the Fifth Ward. FAR NORTH SIDE MILWAUKEE ALE HOUSE, Grafton at 13th St., just south of Hwy. 60. Overlooks Milwaukee River, two-story deck. CHEZ JACQUES, 1022 S. 1st. Street. 672-1040 Paris without jetlag. A real French bistro atmosphere. Call for live entertainment info. WATER STREET BREWERY, Grafton at I-43 and Hwy. 60, 2615 Washington St. KANPAI, 408 E. Chicago St. 220-1155. Milwaukee's first Japanese gastropub. MILWAUKEE ALE HOUSE, 233 N. Water St. 226-BEER. BEANIE'S, 102 E. Grand Ave., Port Washington. Known for its swinging bar seats.

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