Key Milwaukee

August 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. creamandcrepecafe. com N70 W6340 Bridge Rd. (262) 377-0900 CEDARBURG u Mi•key's Y Polished casual dining restaurant serving com- fort food with a twist. 811 N. Jefferson St. (414) 273-5397 DOWNTOWN u Zak's Cafe Y Gourmet comfort food and cocktails served in a historic space with exposed bricks and beams. Locally sourced ingredients, including fresh from the farm eggs. 7:30am-3pm Sun-Thurs. & 7:30am-10pm Fri.-Sat. 231 S. 2nd St. (414) 271-5555 WALKER'S POINT ASIAN u Kanpai Izakaya Japanese Restaurant Y Small-plate items, extensive Sake list and trendy atmosphere. 408 E. Chicago St. (414) 220-1155 THIRD WARD u Ruyi Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai and Hmong cuisines featured in contemporary, Asian-styled surround- ings. Dishes include Roast Peking Duck and Wok Fried Seasonal fish. Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, 1721 W. Canal St. (414) 847.7335 MENOMONEE RIVER VALLEY u Umami Moto Y means "savory" in Japanese, which is what diners can expect: Asian fusion cuisine, fresh sushi, sashimi and fine fish with emphasis on sustainability. Semi- private dining parties of up to 22 guests. 718 N Milwaukee St (414) 727-9333 DOWNTOWN u Wasabi Sushi Lounge Executive Chef Brian Park creates a vari- ety of Wasabi signature rolls plus chicken, steak 48 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | EAT & DRINK Cafe Calatrava is located in the Milwaukee Art Museum and faces the lake with spectacular views. What makes it unique is its seasonal menu that includes items inspired by the current feature exhibition. This summer that is Van Gogh to Pollock: Modern Rebels. ART INSPIRED FOOD u Cafe Calatrava Milwaukee Art Museum Executive Chef Micah Kaufman believes his profession also attracts rebels. Jackson Pollock's "Convergence" inspired the vegan friendly salad that includes an o eat pairing of fresh corn and blueberries. A cheeseboard featuring Hook's cheddars, grapes, crackers and jam evokes the exhibition's Salvador Dali painting. Espresso-rubbed pork ribs team with cheddar grits and sweet corn salsa. (All meat is humanely sourced.)

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