Key Milwaukee

October 2013

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

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KEY DINING G E N U I N E M I LW A U K E E CAFE CALATRAVA Milwaukee Art Museum, 700 N. Art Museum Dr. 224-3831 Under the museum's Calatrava addition is a spot for lunch that is second to none. The museum's chef regularly updates the menu with entrees inspired by the featured exhibition. Also kid-friendly selections. LAKEFRONT PALM GARDEN FISH FRY 1872 N. Commerce St. 273-8300 Stop here Fridays from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. for an award-winning rendition of a Milwaukee tradition, a fish fry accompanied by live music by the Brew House Polka Kings. Reservations for groups of eight or more with seating times before 5:30 p.m. Others served first-come, first-served. MILLIOKE, 323 E. Wisconsin Ave. 278-5999 Offering a taste of Wisconsin with every course, Millioke (the Algonquin word for Milwaukee) starts with charcuterie or cheese plates and 20 craft beers on tap. Salads, entrees and even desserts include products of Milwaukee and Wisconsin.Stand-alone restaurant of Milwaukee Marriott serves breakfast 6:30 -10:30 a.m., lunch 11 a..m.-2:30 p.m., dinner 4-11 p.m. Visit MILWAUKEE BRAT HOUSE 1013 Old World 3rd St. 273-8709 Milwaukee's favorite sandwich, the bratwurst, is available here until closing. With a decor that mirrors historic bars in New York City and Milwaukee, the Brat House offers a menu full of sausages and other entrees, full bar service and even specialty beers made for the Brat House. MOTOR 401 W. Canal St. in the Harley-Davidson Museum. 1-877-436-8738 Motor offers American classics that celebrate discoveries on the open road. Features communal tables. NORTHPOINT CUSTARD Lakefront at 2272 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr. 727-4886 Open seasonally and serving up Milwaukee's classic custard, plus shakes burgers and fries. Grab a seat at a picnic table and enjoy the people watching and Lake Michigan breezes. RUMPUS ROOM 1030 N. Water St. 292-0100 Dining is part of the fun here. Great flavor and a twist on the conventional can be found in the bar snacks, soups and salads, appetizers and entrees. Think house-made charcuterie items, octopus salad, pork belly and a perfectly made Scotch egg. Add the amazing beer and cocktail selection and have an evening you won't soon forget. THE PACKING HOUSE 900 E. Layton Ave. 483-5054 For nearly 40 years, this family-owned restaurant just minutes from Mitchell International Airport has delighted residents and visitors. Try Garlic Stuffed Filet, Steak au Poivre, BarB-Que Ribs, lobster and seafood. Open 365 days a year, it's known for Friday fish fry. Live music Wed.-Sat. SAFE HOUSE 779 N. Front St. 271-2007 Visitors are challenged to find this internationally celebrated spy-theme restaurant. (Look for International Exports, Ltd. on the door.) People Magazine said there's "no better place to get one's martini made just the way James Bond fancies them - shaken not stirred." Class - ified areas for parties, meetings. Contemporary American fare. B R E W P U B S MILWAUKEE ALE HOUSE 233 N. Water St. in Milwaukee, 226-2337 and in Grafton at 13th St., just south of Hwy 60, 262-375-2337 Milwaukee's own all-grain brew pub located on the Milwaukee River. Hand-crafted house beers, plus special session beers. Menu includes pasta dishes, burgers, steaks and seafood. WATER STREET BREWERY 1101 N. Water St. in Milwaukee, 272-1195 and in Delafield at 3191 Golf Rd. at Hwy 83, 262-646-7878 and I-94 and Grafton at I-43 and Hwy. 60, 262-375-2222 Milwaukee's Brew Pub since 1987. Brewing on premises a continuous variety of traditional and specialty beers. Serving appetizers, sandwiches, nightly entrée specials and take-out. Merchandise and gift certificates available. A M E R I C A N THE ANVIL PUB & GRILLE N70 W6340 Bridge Rd., Cedarburg. 262-376-2163 Located in former site of the Cedar Creek Settlement's restored 19th century blacksmith shop, the Anvil offers casual dining in welcoming atmosphere. CREAM & CREPE CAFE N70 W6340 Bridge Rd., Cedarburg 262-377-0900 Delicious entree and dessert crepes. Dine in the rustic surroundings of the old mill overlooking Cedar Creek. Treat yourself to a light luncheon or dinner of crepes, salads, homemade soup and sandwiches or try a delectable dessert crepe. SAZ'S STATE HOUSE 5539 W. State St. 453-2410 Located near Miller Brewery, Saz's features American cuisine with an emphasis on Award-Winning Ribs made with Saz's Original Barbecue Sauce. sazs.comB R A Z I L I A N A M E R I C A N For Your Transportation Needs 24 Hours a Day/7Days a Week Wisconsin's Largest Taxicab Service Digital Computer Dispatching. GPS Tracking System MC/VISA/AMEX Accepted 52 Call 220-5000 RODIZIO GRILL 777 N. Water St. 431-3106 Recognized as America's first authentic Brazilian Steakhouse or Churrascaria, Rodizio Grill came to Milwaukee in 2012. Menu highlighted by three-foot skewers of unlimited meats, expertly carved tableside, also includes unlimited appetizers, more than 30 gourmet salads and a wide variety of deserts. C A J U N & C R E O L E CRAWDADDY'S 6414 W. Greenfield Ave., West Allis 778-2228 Milwaukee's first Louisiana-style restaurant recreates the sights, sounds and – most importantly – flavors of New Orleans.

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