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Mo's...A Place for Steaks720 N. Plankinton Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53203
Conventionally, Mo's...A Place for Steaks is a steakhouse in the traditional sense. You'll find leather chairs and live music, making it great for dates or occasions with friends and family. It's simply the type of place people frequent when they want to step it up a notch.
Mr. B's - A Bartolotta Steakhouse18380 W. Capitol Dr., Brookfield, WI 53045
The Bartolotta Restaurants Group is behind a number of area restaurants, including Miss Beverly's BBQ, Ristorante and Joey Gerard's. But it's Mr. B's, located in Brookfield, Wis., that shines as the company's top choice for those who want to impress.
Located at Grand Geneva Resort & Spa--one of only five AAA Four-Diamond resorts in Wisconsin--Geneva ChopHouse is one of three main restaurants on the property. It's a popular retreat for brunch and dinner, especially when there's a special occasion.
This Midwest-based steakhouse chain boasts a Bloomington, Minn. outpost as well as Wisconsin locations in Lake Geneva, Madison and Milwaukee. Capitol ChopHouse is everything one would expect in a traditional steakhouse. There's USDA prime beef on the menu, and a number of seafood and poultry entrees are guaranteed to be favorites for the non-steak eater.
Dream Dance Steak
Those looking to dine after a little action at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino have several choices. There's the Italian-influenced Bella Italiana. Canal Street Cafe offers straight-up American fare throughout the day. And Dream Dance Steak features USDA prime steaks and seafood entrees during happy hour and dinner.
Carnevor Steakhouse Moderne
One of Milwaukee's most upscale restaurants, Carnevor moved into a new home in early 2016. With that move came a new menu and setting, igniting freshness to an establishment that's been around for more than 10 years.
The Packing House
Family owned since it was established in 1974, the Packing House is a bit of an icon in Milwaukee. The supper club-style restaurant is a regular haunt for local residents, and the Friday fish fry and live-music events (Wednesday through Saturday) are typically lively and well attended.