Key Milwaukee

October 2013

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

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All phone numbers 414 area code unless otherwise indicated C O N T I N E N TA L BACCHUS 925 E. Wells St. 765-1166 At Bacchus, sleek decor and world-class service combine with outstanding cuisine to provide an extra special experience. A glassed-in conservatory provides amazing views. Whether making a dinner of several "small plates" or ordering an entrée, save room for a fabulous dessert (such as the Wisconsin Artisan Cheese Selections). CAFE BENELUX 346 N. Broadway 501-2500 Named after the Benelux region (Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg), the cafe features regional favorites like mussels, pannenkoeken and frites. TROCADERO 1758 N. Water St. 272-0205 This Europeanstyle cafe offers lunch, dinner, an extensive wine list and Saturday and Sunday brunch. WEISSGERBER'S SEVEN SEAS On Lake Nagawicka, Hartland. 262-367-3903 Casual or formal dining with unforgettable views of Lake Nagawicka. Award-winning wine list. North of I-94 off Hwy. 83 (exit 287). G E R M A N MADER'S FAMOUS RESTAURANT 1037 N. Old World 3rd St. 271-3377 or 800-558-7171 German as well as continental specialties prepared in the German tradition. Remarkable collection of medieval weaponry, steins and woodcarvings. Cocktails, extensive wine and beer lists. F R E N C H CHEZ JACQUES 1022 S. 1st St., Walker's Point. 672-1040 Touch of Paris in the heart of Milwaukee offers authentic breakfast, lunch and dinner entrees, using ingredients true to French customs and created fresh to order. Extensive French wine list, including organics. Private parties, catering, take-out, local delivery. LAKE PARK BISTRO 3133 E. Newberry Blvd. 962-6300 The restaurant's location in Milwaukee's lovely Lake Park means sweeping views overlooking Lake Michigan's shoreline. French specialties range from appetizers to desserts (caramelized upside-down apple tart served warm with crème fraiche, caramel sauce and cherries). Sunday brunch. G L O B A L F U S I O N RUYI Potawatomi Bingo Casino, 1721 W. Canal St. 8477335 Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai and Hmong cuisines are featured in contemporary, Asian-styled surroundings. Specialty dishes include Roast Peking Duck and Wok Fried Seasonal fish. G R E E K APOLLO CAFE 1310 E. Brady St. 272-2233 Your destination for experiencing traditional Greek recipes handed down CONTINUED ON PAGE 54 Happy Hour from 4 p.m.-9 p.m. Monday Half Price Appetizers Friday fish specials Sunday 1/2 off bottle wine (per two dinners purchased) Lunch Buffet, Tuesday through Friday, $9.95 Sea son al M enu ! 3468 N. Oakland Ave., Milwaukee Just 2 blocks from UWM and close to downtown Public parking lot on corner of Edgewood and Oakland 414-963-9623 53

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