Key Milwaukee

June 2015

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

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AMERICAN u The Anvil Pub & Grille Former site of the Cedar Creek Settle- ment's 19th century blacksmith shop, casual dining. (262) 376-2163 N70 W6340 Bridge Rd. CEDARBURG u Cream & Crepe Cafe Delicious entree and dessert crepes, in the rustic surroundings of the old mill over-looking Cedar Creek. Also try their salads, homemade soup and sandwiches. N70 W6340 Bridge Rd. (262) 377-0900 CEDARBURG u Zak's Cafe Y Gourmet comfort food and cocktails served in a his- toric space with exposed bricks and beams. Lo- cally sourced ingredients, including fresh from the farm eggs. 7:30am-3pm Sun-Thurs. & 7:30am- 10pm Fri.-Sat. (414) 271-5555 WALKER'S POINT ASIAN u Kanpai Izakaya Japanese Restaurant Small-plate items, extensive Sake list and trendy atmosphere. 408 E. Chicago St. (414) 220-1155 THIRD WARD 48 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | EAT & DRINK u Milwaukee classics ordered at the window of Northpoint Custard. u Greta Garbo from Gouda's Italian Deli combines tomato, fresh mozzarella, basil, arugula, and Italian vinaigrette. PICNICS THAT IMPRESS Getting creative with your picnic menu is easier than you think. Just tap the culinary talent found at Milwaukee area restaurants. Many of the spots listed here are happy to make suggestions and pack your meal "to go." u La Boulangerie will pack a picnic for you, basket and all (you just need to return the basket). u Gyros from Apollo, a mouth watering meal on a pita. u Duck Sliders from Milwaukee Ale House feature house beer "Louie's Demise" as an ingredient in BBQ duck confit.

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