Key Milwaukee

August 2017

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

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Page 60 of 71 61 YOutdoor seating available EAT & DRINK g PORT WASHINGTON u Seester's Mexican Cantina Y 1161 W Wisconsin Ave. (262) 746-9400 PEWAUKEE u Taqueria El Jefe Y Located in The Mayfair Collection. 11200 W. Burleigh St. (414) 837-6295 WAUWATOSA u Vagabond Y Brings street life and street food together. Try street tacos, tortas, diverse small plates, house made desserts, fresh made margaritas and signature cocktails. 1122 N. Edison St. (414) 223-1122 DOWNTOWN MEDITERRANEAN u Tre Rivali's Y Mediterranean-inspired Modern American cuisine and expertly crafted. 200 N. Broadway (414) 291-3971 THIRD WARD MIDDLE EASTERN u CasablancaY An ex- tensive vegetarian lunch buffet served daily. For dinner, enjoy fine Middle Eastern cuisine from family recipes in a warm and exotic atmosphere. Belly-dancing on Fridays. 728 E. Brady St. (414) 271-6000 EASTSIDE PIZZA & MORE u Pizzeria PiccolaY Authentic thin-crust Neapolitan pizzas baked in a wood burning oven, incorporating the freshest seasonal ingredients. 7606 W. State St. (414) 443-0800 WAUWATOSA u Monster Pizza Pizzas measure 28" in diameter. Available whole ($32) or by the slice for $3-4 (12" from crust to tip). Try the chicken 'n' waffle, barbecue port tot, or Sriracha chicken bacon ranch, or build your own. 2856 N. Oakland Ave. (414) 964-2850 EASTSIDE POLISH u Polonez Restaurant Unpretentious eatery specializing in Polish cooking, with Sunday brunch & accordion music. 4016 S. Packard Ave. (414) 482-0080 ST FRANCIS SEAFOOD & MORE u Harbor HouseY Amazing seafood, steaks, raw bar and cocktails with breathtaking views of Milwaukee's skyline and Lake Michigan. Match filet mignon with Maine lobster, sea scallops, crab legs, Madagascar prawns or salmon. 550 N. Harbor Dr. (414) 395-4900 DOWNTOWN STEAKS & MORE u Carnevor Exquisite wet- and dry-aged USDA prime beef as well as the coveted Kobe imported from Japan to guarantee the most succulent, tender wagyu. A wine list featuring more than 550 selections, you'll always find the perfect bottle to uncork with your meal. 718 N Milwaukee St. (414) 223-2200 DOWNTOWN u Dream Dance Steak Award-winning restaurant offers a wide variety of steaks, soups, salads and an array of side dishes. Locally sourced ingredients. Retail-priced wines. dining Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, 1721 W. Canal St. (414) 847-7883 MENOMONEE VALLEY u Joey Gerard's Traditional family friendly supper club. Start with a Lazy Susan, add in a daily special or a charbroiled steak with a sauce and side, top off with an ice cream drink. Kid's menu. 5601 Broad St. (414) 858-1900 GREENDALE 11120 N. Cedarburg Rd, (262) 518-5500 MEQUON u Mr. B's SteakhouseY This classic Italian steakhouse features juicy steaks, chops and fresh seafood. Beef choices range from a Petite Filet Mignon to the 28 oz. Porterhouse. Mr. B's Prime Cuts include a Wagyu New York Strip. Toppings add to the incredible flavors. 18380 W. Capitol Dr. (262) 790-7005 BROOKFIELD DOWNTOWN 1101 N. Water St, Milwaukee 414-272-1195 DELAFIELD 3191 Golf Road, Delafield 262-646-7878 GRAFTON 2615 Washington St, Grafton 262-375-2222 OAK CREEK 140 W Town Square Way, Oak Creek 414-301-5290 BREWERY & RESTAURANT MILWAUKEE'S FIRST BREW PUB SINCE 1987 W A T E R S T R E E T B R E W E R Y 1987 2017 WWW.WATERSTREETBREWERY.COM 3 0 T H A N N I V E R S A R Y M I L W A U K E E , W I W A T E R S T R E E T B R E W E R Y 1987 2017

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