Worth The Splurge Restaurants In Milwaukee

Worth The Splurge Restaurants In Milwaukee

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Go ahead and blow your paycheck - these decadent spots in Milwaukee are worth it.

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    Everything is SO good and the menu changes seasonally. Ask your waiter/waitress what's popular or really good. If the PB & J Bread Pudding is offered - GET IT. -- Karen W via Foursquare
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    Here you will find inventive, complicated, and delicious dishes. The chef applies his French technique to roots cooking such as a timbale of smoked salmon with rye cake. -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
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    One of my favorite restaurants in MKE. I always go for the surf & turf. I usually ask the bartender for his recommendation on a good beer to go with the food. -- Marco Lancieri via Foursquare
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    Traditional appetizers get modern embellishments: tuna tartare is topped with a jewel-like quenelle of wasabi-flavored tobiko. Nicely browned brussels sprouts make a fine side dish. -- Tap Milwaukee via Foursquare
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    Great place to stop in for dinner or happy hour $5 martinis and pizzas! LOVE the pizzas. -- Katie Ward via Foursquare
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    Just had dinner. The Specials are always fabulous. The soups are always great & a nice comfort food. The crowd is the best in the neighborhood! Brendon is working on coffee drinks for me. 5 🌟's -- Carole Hazard via Foursquare
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    Come with friends and share the small plates. You can't go wrong and you get to try more ! -- Tim Staacke via Foursquare
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    Oops, the beans in our game bird mixed grill were way under done.... Beautiful space, nice server. -- Heidi P via Foursquare
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    A must-go if you are in Milwaukee! Fantastic service, and even more fantastic food. Lots of local beer on tap. Get the cheese plate... And the mussels. Drooling just thinking about this place. -- Jen Makulowich via Foursquare
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    Stopped on a Tuesday at lunch and it wasn't very busy and the clientele appeared to be retirees. Food was OK but nothing to rave about. -- Marc Rohde via Foursquare
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    Dishes come and go, depending on the season. Lobster potpie is extravagant and comforting at once. Meat eaters aren't forgotten here; the veal cutlet with Marsala demi-glace is a pleasure. -- Tap Milwaukee via Foursquare
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    Where else can you drink Oktoberfest beer, year round, from a boot-shaped stein the size of your thigh? Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan drank here. Go for the Spaten Season—Oktoberfest…because you can. -- Men's Health Mag via Foursquare
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