The Brown Bottle

Right at Schlitz Park, the famed Brown Bottle restaurant is back with lunch, dinner and happy hour. The Brown Bottle, which first opened in 1938 as a meeting place for visitors at the end of brewery tours is open Monday-Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturdays from 4 to 10 p.m.  Locaated at 221 W. Galena St. on the ground level of Schlitz Park’s recently renovated Stock-House building, The Brown Bottle bar also serves classic cocktails and a wide variety of wine and beer including Schlitz. This beloved tavern and eating hall is available for social and corporate events too.

Lakefront Brewery
Award-winning microbrewery founded in 1987 offering brewery tours, dining, and more. Located down the river from Schlitz Park.

Water Street
Eating or drinking, Water Street is Milwaukee’s entertainment street.  From the nationally praised burgers at  AJ Bomber’s to the local fare of Rosie’s, the street has it all.  Add the upscale pub, Rumpus Room, Milwaukee-born, Water Street Brewery, dancing at Coyote Ugly and massive patios of Bar Louie, Trinity Three and you have something for everyone.
Milwaukee Street
Downtown’s fashionable entertainment street, Milwaukee Street offers top of line dining and drinking.  From Carnevor to Cubanitas to Distill and Indulge, the street is full of great restaurants and bars. 
Historic Third Ward
The Historic Third Ward offers many of city's most dynamic restaurants, spas, theaters, galleries, and unique boutiques all in a historic warehouse setting. Home to the award-winning Third Ward Riverwalk and the Milwaukee Public Market, it's located just south of Downtown.

Old World Third Street
Many of Milwaukee's German traditions started and remain on Old World Third St. in Downtown.  From Usinger's Famous Sausage to Mader's restaurant, the street now blends new and old. Many of the original buildings still stand today, some among the oldest in Milwaukee.  Yet, because of its proximity to the Riverwalk, BMO Harris Bradley Center and Wisconsin Center the street is now also home to some of the area's more popular nightspots.

The Brown Bottle