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1. Art*Bar722 E Burleigh St, Milwaukee
2. Burnhearts2599 S Logan Ave, Milwaukee
3. The Fire Pit Sports Bar & Grill1721 W Canal St, Milwaukee
4. Bar 3601721 W Canal St, Milwaukee
5. This Is It418 E Wells St, Milwaukee
6. Mason Street Grill425 E Mason St, Milwaukee
7. Brewski's Sports Club304 N 76th St, Milwaukee
8. The Hotel Foster2028 E North Ave, Milwaukee
9. redbar2245 E Saint Francis Ave, Saint Francis
10. Bryant's Cocktail Lounge1579 S 9th St, Milwaukee
11. Branded500 W Florida St, Milwaukee
12. Blackbird Bar3007 S Kinnickinnic Ave, Milwaukee
13. Camp Bar4044 N Oakland Ave, Milwaukee
This eclectic, kitschy spot supports local artists, has plenty of beer choices to choose from, and is known for its dog-friendliness.
Here you’ll find a thoughtful, just-right-sized tap list deep on Wisconsin and Michigan’s finest, plus a deep selection of rare bottles (ask about Carl’s Secret Stash). But somehow even more importantly, Burnhearts is impossibly welcoming, devoid of pretension, and the kind of bar where you can feel like you’ve been a lifelong regular in one afternoon, which will likely end up bleeding into the evening, whether you’re playing game after game of shuffleboard in back or chatting up the friendly staff up front. Come February, their (outdoor!) charity-minded Mitten Fest brings in people from all over to enjoy some rare beer, live music, and the fact that Wisconsinites refuse to let winter spoil a good time.
Burgers and brews are what's on offer at this classic sports bar in the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino. Whether you're into football or hockey, catch the game on one of 34 (!!!) high-definition flat screens.
This high roller's favorite located in the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino features a full bar, eight drafts on tap, bottle service, and nightly live music.
The party's always on at this happening gay bar in Milwaukee's East Town. Dance to songs on the jukebox, hit up karaoke night, or just try one of their happy hour specials (all drinks are $1 off Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays)
Situated in the historic Pfister Hotel, this sophisticated steakhouse serves elevated New American fare. Providing they don’t forget their suit coat, meat lovers can savor signature favorites like the eponymous Mason Street Grill Burger: Black Angus Chuck impeccably cooked to your preferred temperature, topped with honey-glazed onions, tangy house relish, and melted muenster. Whatever you order, we suggest you pair your steak with a bold glass of red wine, and relax in the warm glow of this leather-upholstered, sleek dinner spot.
Looking for a place to kick back and watch the game over a nice juicy burger? Wander no further than Brewski's, a down home dive with plenty of TVs and many more beers on tap.
There are no beds here, but The Hotel Foster's cozy, woodsy setting is still a great place to spend the night. The congenial bar specializes in small batch bourbons, unique ales and stouts, and classic cocktails, all of which you can enjoy during their great (if short) happy hour, while rocking out on karaoke, or with friends nestled into comfortable banquette seating.
This all red everything cabin and bar has one of the dopest happy hours in the MKE-- from 2pm until close, all drinks (yes, everything) are a $1 off. Run, don't walk.
You can feel the history when you drink at Bryant's -- it's been around since the '30s, but you'll be more interested in the intoxicating darkness and your flawless (and also intoxicating) brandy Old Fashioned.
One of our favorites in the 'nabe, the Branded bar in the rustic chic Iron Horse Hotel is a top spot for cheap happy hour snacks, playing pool, and sipping on delicious libations.
Sidle into a booth at this lively, unpretentious dive and rest assured, you'll be in good company. Two for one drinks, trivia nights, and pinball machines are what's on deck.
There’s no reason to drive seven hours when a real life Northwoods tavern just happens to be on the near North side of Milwaukee. Camp's appropriate hunting lodge setup includes an abundance of woodwork, a fair amount of taxidermy, and the occasional light fixture made out of antlers. The Old Fashioned is the drink of choice here and during the football season it’s hard to find a better place in town to watch the Packers. Ya der hey.