Key Milwaukee

February 2018

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

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Page 42 of 51 43 EAT & DRINK g 900 E. Layton Ave., Milwaukee WI 53207 (414) 483-5054 Across from the Airport Ribs - Steaks - Seafood - Poultry - Veal Four decades of fine dining 728 E. Brady St. 414.271.6000 escargot, house-made pate, Dover sole and bistro steak with frites. Lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. 3133 E. Newberry Blvd. (414) 962-6300 EASTSIDE GERMAN u Mader's Restaurant One of the Midwest's oldest German restaurants, it includes a remarkable collection of medieval weaponry, steins and woodcarvings. 1037 N. Old World 3rd St. (414) 271-3377 DOWNTOWN GREEK u Apollo Cafe Traditional Greek recipes handed down through generations. Savor authentic Greek favorites like Pastítsio, Spanakópita or fast Rotisserie Gyros. , 1310 E. Brady St. (414) 272-2233 or (414) 765-1925 for delivery. EASTSIDE u Mykonos Gyro & Cafe Classic American and Greek dishes, including Moussaka (eggplant and potatoes), shish kabobs, Saganaki (Kefalotiri cheese flamed with brandy) and spinach pie. Full breakfast every day. 1014 N. Van Buren St. (414) 224-6400 EASTSIDE HIGH & LOW TEA u Schuster Mansion Bed & Breakfast Sip a variety of teas, in a Victorian setting. See ad on page 22. 3209 W. Wells St. (414) 342-3210 DOWNTOWN INDIAN u Maharaja North and South Indian cuisine, including freshly baked bread from a clay oven. All-you-can-eat luncheon buffet. Dinner menu includes lamb, chicken, beef, seafood, and vegetarian entrees. 1550 N. Farwell Ave. (414) 276-2250 EASTSIDE IRISH u County Clare This pub/restaurant, located in a guesthouse, features Irish food creatively re-interpreted. Specialties include house versions of root soup,

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