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Mason Street Grill [edit]
425 E. Mason St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
414.298.3131
www.masonstreetgrill.com/
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The Pfister's casual yet upscale, classic yet modern eatery serves up steaks, seafood and more on the corner of Mason and Jefferson. Grab a booth or belly up to the dining bar, where you can watch the action in the kitchen.

The bar has a popular happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m. and lunch is served daily. Reservations are recommended.


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Posted by IanLaw on Feb. 8, 2009 at 10:52 p.m. (report)

Glad to see the main restaurant on the street level of the hotel. Remembered Celia back in the day but happy to see the more casual restaurant. My wife and I went in on cold Friday night and was happy to see they had live music in the bar area. The decor was contemporary and the open kitchen was bright but not disruptive to our conversations. I had the liver entree (no one does puts this on the menu anymore) and my wife had the peppercorn steak. The steak was a classic preperation and no complaints. The liver with the bacon was a nice touch. Would definitely come back.

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