Professionals at Landaas & Company are licensed to provide financial advice. But often we’re asked where to get a bite to eat within walking distance of our downtown Milwaukee offices.
Feel free to ask us while you’re visiting, but in case you want to plan ahead, here are some suggestions:
Contemporary cuisine served along Lake Michigan in the signature structure of the Milwaukee Art Museum
700 N. Art Museum Drive
Casual dining featuring soups, sandwiches and café items in a sumptuous, grand old hotel
Located in the Pfister Hotel, 424 E. Wisconsin Ave.
For other suggestions, peruse the Top 30 rated by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel dining critic Carol Deptolla.
A thoroughly Cuban restaurant
728 N. Milwaukee St.
Classic American with wood-grilled burgers, wood-fired pizzas, seafood and more
Located in the Pfister Hotel, 425 E. Mason St.
With an emphasis on natural, seasonal ingredients, the lunch menu includes soups, salads and baguette sandwiches
Located in the Hotel Metro, 411 E. Mason St.
Contemporary Japanese and Korean restaurant featuring a full sushi bar
714 N. Milwaukee St.
Clever, savory soups, with vegetarian and vegan choices, served weekdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., cash only
324 E. Michigan St.
Daily specials range from hotdogs to crab dinners, with an array of salads and sandwiches in between
Located in the landmark Grain Exchange Building, 219 E. Michigan St.
Please click here to see the online dining guide of Milwaukee’s East Town Association.
Traditional fare based on the northern regions of Italy
740 Milwaukee St.
For Milwaukee-area restaurant recommendations from the visitor guide Key Milwaukee, please click here.
(initially posted Jan. 24, 2012; updated Oct. 2013; Aug. 2015; June 2016; April 2017)