Sal's Pizza - Wisconsin Ave


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2040 W. Wisconsin Ave. Milwaukee WI
2040 W. Wisconsin Ave. Milwaukee Wisconsin 53233 US

Late Night Dining, Open For Lunch,

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1125 N 9th St, Milwaukee, WI 53233, USA 0.87 mi

A Milwaukee food truck staple. Beyond American cheese on Wonder bread, they do a grilled mac and cheese, Wisconsin cheesesteak on a hoagie roll, turkey burger and, yes, Campbell’s tomato soup.

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1712 W. Pierce St. Milwaukee WI 1.03 mi

Owned by a onetime employee of Sobelman??s Pub and Grill, the bar focuses on more or less one thing: burgers. Bring your voracious appetite for the Big O burger (with chorizo, bacon, two kinds of cheese, fried onions and guac) with a side of sweet potato fries. If you??re not burgering it, try the seven-layer cheese nachos.

633 N. Fifth St. Milwaukee WI 1.06 mi

Reservations recommended

509 W. Wisconsin Ave. Milwaukee WI 1.06 mi

Group Parties, Open For Lunch,

1923 W. National Ave. Milwaukee WI 1.14 mi
(414) 384-4522(414) 384-4522

Open For Lunch, Reservations Taken,

1130 W. Walnut St. Milwaukee WI 1.15 mi
(414) 265-2900(414) 265-2900

Friday Fish Fry, Late Night Dining, Open For Lunch,

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754 Vel R. Phillips Ave, Milwaukee, WI, USA 1.17 mi

It’s a meat-lover’s haven, serving up Southern-style barbecue in the middle of Milwaukee’s bustling Downtown.

310 W. Wisconsin Ave. Milwaukee WI 1.18 mi
(414) 223-0600(414) 223-0600

Reservations Taken,

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333 W. Kilbourn Ave. Milwaukee WI 1.21 mi

Located inside the Hyatt Regency, this American restaurant has all the classics and then some. Start off with some Wisconsin cheese curds or avocado toast for an appetizer and then choose between scrumptious burgers, sandwiches or heartier meats for the main.

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916 S Cesar E Chavez Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53204, United States 1.23 mi

There’s an art, or perhaps etiquette, to eating tacos (nobody tells you that until the filling is falling out of your tortilla down onto your sandaled foot!). The well-seasoned, griddled chicken is so generously piled on by the cooking masters at Taco Loco (inside the El Rey markets) that you need to double-hand the taco, in a so steamy corn envelope, and lean over your plate, letting the juices dribble down your hands. But wonderful? Si!

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