Take a bite out of Downtown Dining Week 2019
It's time to start saving room -- in both your schedule and stomach -- for the 14th annual Downtown Dining Week, which will take place May 30 to June 6.
The eight-day festival of feasting, created by Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21, allows diners to chow down on pre-selected three-course options at special pricing ($12.50 for lunch; $25 or $35 for dinner) from a wide variety of Downtown restaurants.
This year's line-up includes a variety of fresh new restaurants as well as a number of returning favorites.
Among this year's palate-pleasing participants are:
- Ale Asylum Riverhouse
- Blue Bat Kitchen & Tequilaria
- Café at the Pfister
- Cantina Milwaukee
- The Capital Grille
- Carson's Prime Steaks & Famous Barbecue
- DOC's Commerce Smokehouse
- East Town Kitchen & Bar
- The Garden Grille & Bar
- The Knick
- Mader's German Restaurant
- Mason Street Grill
- Milwaukee ChopHouse
- Mo's...A Place for Steaks
- Oak & Shield Gaming Pub
- Oak Barrel Public House
- Pastiche at the Metro
- Pier 106 Seafood Tavern
- Rare Steakhouse
- Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery
- Rodizio Grill – The Brazilian Steakhouse
- Rumpus Room
- Smoke Shack
- Third Coast Provisions
- Ward's House of Prime
- Water Street Brewery
- Who's on Third
Menus for all participating venues will be available for preview at downtowndiningmke.com in early May.
As an added bonus, four lucky diners will also be selected to win $450 in dining gift certificates. Participants can enter the drawing by filling out a survey after their Downtown Dining Week experience. Winners will be randomly selected at the event's conclusion.
"With specially priced chef-selected options for both lunch and dinner, Downtown Dining Week showcases Downtown's diverse restaurant and nightlife scenes," said Beth Weirick, CEO of Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21. "We're looking forward to kicking off the summer season with this much-anticipated smorgasbord."
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