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1. Carnevor Steakhouse Moderne724 N Milwaukee St, Milwaukee
2. Mason Street Grill425 E Mason St, Milwaukee
3. Five O'Clock Steakhouse2416 W State St, Milwaukee
4. Eddie Martini's8612 W Watertown Plank Rd, Milwaukee
5. Jackson Grill3736 W Mitchell St, Milwaukee
6. Mr B's - A Bartolotta Steakhouse18380 W Capitol Dr, Brookfield
7. Dream Dance Steak1721 W Canal St, Milwaukee
8. Ward's House of Prime540 E Mason St, Milwaukee
9. The Packing House900 E Layton Ave, Milwaukee
10. Milwaukee ChopHouse633 N 5th St, Milwaukee
This is one of the spots in Milwaukee, with a decent chance of local celebrity (or Greenbay Packer) sighting. The menu includes (amazing, but expensive) kobe beef, USDA prime beef, and a wine list with more than 400 (!!!) selections.
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.
This supper-club steakhouse serves up meat and potatoes in giant portions. Start your meal off with a brandy Old Fashioned; cold Shrimp Cocktail; and complimentary Relish Tray, iceberg-lettuce salad, and dressing caddy before you polish off that porterhouse. It’s quintessential Wisconsin.
This place feels like an upscale, old-school, supper club, but the steaks and seafood make it clear that this is definitely a full fledged chophouse. The steaks are premium midwestern beef, from the angus short ribs, to the dry-aged prime sirloin, to the filet mignon (which comes in 6 oz, 8 oz, and 16 oz bone-in cuts).
Chef Jimmy Jackson learned to cook at his father's restaurant (Ray Jackson's) under Jahn Kramph. Now he helms this spot, which calls itself "Milwaukee's Supper Club." The steaks are phenomenal, and most of them come topped with mushroom, gorgonzola butter, or creme bordelaise.
A bit outside the city, in Brookfield, this steakhouse is serving wood-burning oven cooked steaks with killer sears and a wood smoke flavor. Pro Tip: Check out the patio during the warmer months.
Ignore the slot machines and bingo, and keep walking through the Potawatomi casino until you get to Dream Dance. It will exceed your (probably low) standards for casino restaurants and you'll probably get more out of your money than you would feeding it into the slots. Also they have kangaroo steaks, which is a real thing.
Where else can you find prime rib entrees stretching from 8 ounces all the way up to 168 insane ounces? (Side note: WHY?) If you simply can't get enough prime rib, this is the place to go. They also have filets, NY strip, lamb chops, chicken and seafood.
After over 30 years of supper club-ing, this spot has found its place again with a younger crowd. The classic menu includes stuffed mushrooms, shrimp cocktail, beef Wellington, prime rib, lobster thermidor, and steak au poivre.