Got the Monday blues? The Hilton might have an answer.
Beginning today, June 8, the Monarch Lounge, inside Hilton Milwaukee City Center, will offer "Maki Mondays," a sushi-filled event featuring chefs from Izumi's serving up fresh, made-to-order rolls for guests every Monday from 5 to 9 p.m. throughout the summer.
Guests can revel in the experience of relaxing in the beautiful art deco lounge while enjoying sashimi, sushi and more from the special menu, with prices ranging from $5 to $11 per roll. There will also be happy hour drink specials, including $5 wines, $5 mixed rail drinks and $2.50 tap beers.
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