Key Milwaukee

December 2015

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

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46 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | EAT & DRINK SAZ'S STATE HOUSE uses sports lingo to describe its Sunday brunches as "Legendary," and there is no doubt that the popular west side restaurant is one of few to offer its signature BBQ ribs alongside made-to- order omelets and Eggs Benedict. Even the Bloody Marys at Saz's are distinctive, made with Saz's BBQ Sauce, Ketel One Vodka, house-smoked sea salt and gar- nished with a Saz's riblet. Served Sundays from 10:30am-2:30pm. Closed Christmas Day and New Year's Day, Saz's serves food until 2pm on Christmas Eve, with the bar open until 4pm. On New Year's Eve, the restaurant is open from 11am-11pm. MILWAUKEE ALE HOUSE Enjoy Sunday brunch in the trendy Historic Third Ward at the Milwaukee Ale House, and you can couple the visit with holiday shopping or catch football action on the big screens in the spacious bar area. There are suggested "beer pairings" for your brunch entrée, as well as special brunch beverages. The O-Gii Mosa combines orange juice with MKE Brewing's own O-Gii beer that infuses wheat beer with green tea, chamomile and ginger. Brunch is available 11am-3pm Sunday. Closed Christmas Eve and Christ- mas Day. Open 11am until close New Year's Eve, open 11am-close on New Year's Day. Brunch with your bunch Gather at one of these enticing options. 1 ZAK'S CAFE Open every day at 7:30am, this restaurant has a special expertise when it comes to breakfast dishes. Make that first meal of the day more festive with a Zak's cocktail like the Raz N Shine, combining Domaine de Canton (ginger-flavored liqueur made in France), pineapple and ginger ale or the house-infused Bloody Mary with local Twisted Path Vodka. 7:30am-3pm Christmas Eve and closed Christmas Day. 7:30am- 3pm New Year's Eve and 7:30am- 10pm New Year's Day.

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