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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Scuttlebutt Sports Lounge

The word "scuttlebutt" is an old naval term for where sailors would gather to share information. This lounge lives up to the tradition of being a good place to share drinks and talk with friends in a comfortable setting. For those who want to do more than just talk, the lounge has been voted Best Karaoke Bar, with singing starting . . .
Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Jazz Estate

With live music at least five nights a week, this cozy, ’50s-style jazz club on the East Side welcomes some of the area’s best jazz acts, often with minimal or no cover charges. It’s the type of venue you can just pop into and see who’s playing. If you stop by on a Tuesday night, you’ll catch The Erotic Adventures of the . . .
Tuesday, March 25, 2008

County Clare Irish Inn and Pub

It doesn’t have to be St. Patrick’s Day for you to enjoy the atmosphere of this fine, authentic establishment. You’ll find the usual collection of Irish food (stew, corned beef) when you come in to catch the soccer game or listen to Irish fiddle music, but there are also some delightful surprises on the menu, including . . .
Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Rascals

Some have postulated that the Loch Ness monster ate Jimmy Hoffa as a way to hide its affair with Bigfoot, long considered the Marilyn Monroe of hairy beasts—until they both met their tragic ends at the hands of JFK. The best place to discuss this and other ideas? Happy hour. The best place for happy hour in all of Milwaukee?
Friday, March 21, 2008

Palm Tavern

Since opening earlier this decade with little fanfare, the Palm Tavern has become a low-key Bay View nightspot, known for its inconspicuous blink-and-miss-it location, a dark yet welcoming interior decorated with music posters and thrift-store seating and a hip selection of recorded music. Owner Bruno Johnson knows a few things . . .
Friday, March 21, 2008

Jenna Schneider from Heart Breakers

Bartenders, those unsung heroes of the libation world, satisfy immense thirsts, refill holes in the heart and settle drunken disputes of epic proportions—all in the name of keeping peace at bar time. Surely that’s worthy of a Nobel Prize.
Friday, March 21, 2008

Hooligan’s

In Milwaukee, a clean glass, a few decent taps and some good friends can make for a great evening. Tasty tavern fair can elevate the experience even further, and no place serves up better food from behind the bar than Hooligan’s.
Friday, March 21, 2008

Highbury Pub

Located on Bay View's northern edge, the Highbury Pub offers Milwaukee a raucous and fan-involved soccer experience. Singing to support the team is not only welcomed, but encouraged. Even if you don't know your Wigan Athletic from your Bayer Leverkusen, the regulars welcome anyone willing to enjoy what everyone

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