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Lunch In Milwaukee, Dinner In Sheboygan Area

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kwe730 Oct 12, 2009 07:04 AM

On Friday, the husband and I will be driving north from the Chicago area into Wisconsin to spend the weekend at the American Club. We already have our reservations for Saturday night in the Immigrant Room. However, on our drive up, we wanted to stop in Milwaukee for lunch, then continue north to Kohler, check in and vist Sheboygan for dinner Friday night. I'd love to get some ideas for both lunch and dinner places in our respective destinations. Since we're doing something upscale Saturday, we'd prefer to keep it low key Friday night.

Thanks!

  1. Reetsyburger Oct 14, 2009 09:36 AM

    Il Ritrovo in Sheboygan is a must for dinner.
    Their Neopolitan style pizza and smoked trout mousse are both very good.

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    Il Ritrovo
    515 S 8th St, Sheboygan, WI 53081

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      GutGrease Oct 13, 2009 12:12 PM

      It's probably cliche but a quick and memorable burger meal can be had at Kopp's Frozen Custard Stand. It's in Glendale (just north of Milwaukee) one block off of I-43. It's a 50's-style burger joint with great custard and shakes. I'm sure that it's been talked about thoroughly on these boards.

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      Kopp's Frozen Coustard Stand
      5373 N Port Washington Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53217

      1. Living4fun Oct 12, 2009 08:33 AM

        For lunch in Milwaukee try Coquette http://www.coquettecafe.com/index.htm
        Friday night you could try Italian at Stefanos, Trattoria Stefano
        522 S 8th St
        Sheboygan, WI 53081-4404
        (920) 452-8455‎

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        Coquette Cafe
        316 N Milwaukee St, Milwaukee, WI 53202

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          kwe730 Oct 12, 2009 10:45 AM

          Living, We've had dinner at Coquette and thought it was wonderful. Anything else in the Third Ward?

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            Living4fun Oct 12, 2009 01:23 PM

            You could try The Milwaukee Public Market http://www.milwaukeepublicmarket.org/index.php St. Paul Fish Market offers oyster bar seating. You could get a glass of wine from The Thief Wine Shop and sit there, or have lunch at Margarita Paradise at the market.

            The Palms serves up a good lunch.http://www.palmsbistrobar.com/

            Or you could go to Motor at the Harley Davidson Museum.http://www.harley-davidson.com/wcm/Co...

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          thefoodbully Oct 12, 2009 08:21 AM

          Charcoal Inn in Sheboygan for Brats! Classic place... it's in the 500 places to eat before you die book...

          Don't forget the to leave some room for ice cream

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