Key Milwaukee

March 2015

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

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EAT & DRINK | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | u Triple Layer Chocolate Cake Belgian chocolate mousse, devil's food, fresh berries from Carnevor. u Mac and Cheese at Milwaukee Ale House teams Cavatappi pasta, four cheese sauce and herbed bread crumbs. Additions (like broccoli) are an option. comfort FOOD 36 u Irish Root Soup at County Clare Irish Inn & Pub is a perfect puree of sweet potatoes, carrots and leeks. (And gluten free!) rilled Irish Whiskey Salmon at Trinity • Three Irish Pubs is served over Colcannon mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus, carrots and a mustard dill sauce. GENUINE MILWAUKEE u Bugsy's Back Alley Speakeasy Travel back in time with prohibition- themed craft cocktails and a light fare menu from Gouda's Italian Deli. The atmosphere is cozy and alluring, complete with Bugsy's staff of "Showstopper dancers." 218 North Water Street (414) 221-6565 THIRD WARD u Cafe Calatrava Under the museum's Calatrava addition is a great spot for lunch. Menu regularly updated with entrees inspired by the featured exhibition. Kids' menu. Milwaukee Art Museum, 700 N. Art Museum Dr. (414) 224-3831 DOWNTOWN u Distil Milwaukee's premier bourbon lounge offers craft cocktail service at the bar, an intimate dinner for two in a cozy booth, and can facilitate any type of cocktail soiree in distil's "secret" private dining space: The Vault. 722 N Milwaukee St. (414) 220-9411 DOWNTOWN G u Onion Soup Gratinee at Chez Jacques Brasserie is an indulgent delight, guaranteed to warm up a dreary March day – or night. u Charcoal Fired Steaks at Joey Gerard's are seasoned and marinated with black pepper, garlic and olive oil, then cooked at 800º F.

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