Milwaukee

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European
5 reviews
Spendy East Side French as a “top-of-the-list destination” where a “beautiful setting” with “spectacular views of Lake Michigan” provides the backdrop for “excellent” “classic bistro fare”. — Zagat
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American
Lower East Side
4 reviews
The contemporary French-Mediterranean menu is inspired by the season’s fruits and vegetables, and might feature wild mushroom risotto, gazpacho and warm cherry clafoutis. — Where
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Bay View
3 reviews
Famed for its desserts—house-made pies, cookies and cupcakes in particular—as well as hearty breakfast and brunch options, this hip Bay View spot buzzes with an eclectic crowd of locals. — Where
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American
3 reviews
“The cornbread itself is worth the trip” insist fans of this “boisterous” West Side Cajun-Creole turning out “top-notch” “authentic” cooking “honoring the South”. — Zagat
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American
Downtown
3 reviews
The vibe is classic steakhouse with dark woodwork, leather furniture, hardwood floors, a fireplace, comfortable booths and a long dining counter. — Gayot
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American
3 reviews
There is a reason people are willing to wait up to 2 hours to get in. The food is so good. — Afar Magazine
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Burgers
Downtown
3 reviews
Across from Cathedral Square Park, this chic but casual restaurant has frequently changing art exhibits and serves big, juicy hamburgers and pork-chop sandwiches. — Fodor's
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Diners
Lower East Side
3 reviews
If you're famished and want nothing to do with green juices or acai bowls, head to Comet Cafe. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Italian
3 reviews
The Bluemound Road location specializes in steaks, fish and elaborate Italian specialties, and also serves pizza. — Where
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American
Historic Third Ward
3 reviews
The varied menu of pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, steaks and seafood keeps Brew City’s beer lovers, as well as new converts, coming back. — Where
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Burgers
Bay View
3 reviews
A wide cross-section gathers at this trendy spot in the Bay View neighborhood, where the menu is as eclectic as the decor. — Fodor's
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American
2 reviews
An excellent, if small (only 10 tables) old-fashioned steakhouse on the South Side, about a mile from Miller Park. — Where
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American
Downtown
2 reviews
Set in Cudahy Tower, this Downtown New American earns “high marks all around” for “top-notch” cuisine and “beautiful surroundings” with “sophisticated decor” and views of Lake Michigan. — Zagat
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Spanish
3 reviews
La Fuente offers quality Mexican food in a down-home, cozy environment despite its size. — Gayot
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Burgers
Downtown
2 reviews
A popular spot for specialty cocktails and apps (think Maryland crab cakes, crispy calamari and house-made tater tots with Parmesan-chipotle aioli) after work or before a night out. — Where
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Italian
4 reviews
Dream Dance Steak offers steakhouse fare in the Potawatomi Bingo Casino. — Gayot
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Burgers
Downtown
2 reviews
“Quaint and cozy”, this Downtown American cements its “nice neighborhood place” status with “delicious” cooking, “friendly” service and moderate prices. — Zagat
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European
Bay View
2 reviews
It's “like eating at grandma's” say fans of the “mouthwatering” Serbian “delights” and “old-world charm” at this cash-only Bay View “institution”. — Zagat
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American
Downtown
2 reviews
“Serious meat eaters” salivate over “large” chops and sides “to please any palate” at this Downtown steakhouse further enhanced by “friendly, attentive” staffers. — Zagat
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Italian
2 reviews
Born in Persia, chef/owner Michael Feker studied the French style of cooking in Los Angeles and brought his skills to Milwaukee to open this Italian restaurant. — Where
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