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7677 West State Street, Wauwatosa, WI, United States

Belgian beers are No. 1-voted Café Hollander’s claim to fame, but the restaurant’s brew menu is 15 pages long, and is organized by beer style.

Other Locations: Café Hollander – Downer Ave

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2608 N Downer Ave, Milwaukee, WI, United States

Belgian beers are No. 1-voted Café Hollander’s claim to fame, but the restaurant’s brew menu is 15 pages long, and is organized by beer style.

Other Locations: Café Hollander – Tosa Village

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2306 S. Kinnickinnic Ave. Milwaukee WI

The Bay View bar-restaurant greeted 2019 by renovating its interior and expanding the drink menu, including more than 70 bevs on tap. “Global cafe fare” is still the menu focus, but they’re also introducing a snacks menu and large-format platters Examples are various loaded frites with curry ketchup, mayo and diced raw onions; or levantine meat, melted Gouda cheese, dressed greens, sambal and garlic sauce). Read more…

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7413 W. Greenfield Ave. Milwaukee WI

It feels like a standard neighborhood watering hole, but the massive bank of 30 taps behind the bar sets it apart. The selection includes standards from New Glarus and Lakefront, as well as oddities like Old Heathen bourbon barrel aged stout.

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346 N Broadway, Milwaukee, WI, United States

You can see a lot from a second-story roof in the Third Ward, it turns out. Café Benelux’s rooftop space is open for lunch and dinner—as well as weekend brunch—on warm-weather days. Umbrellas over each table shield you from the sun. With a menu modeled after Belgium’s cafes, signature dishes include cheese-stuffed bitterballen, mussels with frites or gulden draak pecan pie, plus a hearty roster of sandwiches, salads and burgers.

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1955 S. Hilbert St. Milwaukee WI

For a fun and casual night out for seafood, Barnacle Buds has everything to satisfy your taste buds. Try one of their legendary crab cakes, almost any kind of seafood and one of their scrumptious sandwiches or salads. While chowing down on their delicious options, try one of their summery cocktails or come on a weekend for build your own Bloody Mary Bar.

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1203 N 10th St, Milwaukee, WI 53205, United States

Thirty-foot ceilings and rustic red, blue and beige walls create a pretty amazing feel inside the bar, and the airy pub has room for plenty of beer drinkers. The beer list is solid. Pabst is on tap, of course, and is joined by 12 Wisconsin beers (New Glarus, Lakefront, etc.). The bottle list includes roughly 40 options, and if you feel like slumming it, you can order a can of Old Milwaukee.

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1103 N. Old World 3rd St, Milwaukee, WI 53203

The Pub Club — part pub, part club, as the name informs — opened with its eyes set on solving the (real or imagined) problem of the itinerant nightlifer: Milwaukeeans shouldn’t have to travel between restaurant and night club on a night out, the owner surmised… (Read More).

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1007 N. Old World 3rd Street, Milwaukee, WI 53203

A classic Milwaukee sports pub known for their pub food and watching sport events. Who’s on Third offers weekly specials and a free Brewer’s shuttle bus.

Related story: Our Guide for Brewer’s Opening Day 2017

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1137 N. OLD WORLD 3RD STREET MILWAUKEE, WI 53202

An Old World 3rd Street Bar & Grill featuring their Ultimate Bloody Mary and chili. The Loaded Slate is great for watching Wisconsin sports.

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