Restaurants Near Miller Park: Milwaukee, WI
Miller Park has been the home of the Milwaukee Brewers since 2001. This unique, modern stadium features the only fan-shaped convertible roof in North America. One of the most popular ballparks in the country, every game features Klement's Sausage Race, the mascot Bernie Brewer, and a rendition of "Roll Out the Barrel" during the seventh inning stretch. In addition to baseball games, Miller Park hosts a number of music concerts as well as special events, such as weddings, every year.
Miller Park is centrally located in the Milwaukee area and is near a number of excellent restaurants. Whether you are dining before or after a game or you are just in the mood for a drink or dessert, there are lots of great options.
Please note: All prices, locations, and hours were verified June 2012. Information is subject to change at any time.
T. G. I. Friday's Front Row
Located right in Miller Park, Front Row Friday's is one of the most fun ways to experience Miller Park. The restaurant opens at 11:00 AM daily and is open all year round. You'll get an extensive view of the park's left field from the restaurant. Seasonal outdoor seating is available as well as a private suite for both game day and non-game day events. You'll pay a premium price to enjoy Friday's during a Brewers game, but you can enjoy the park and the food any other day of the week for regular Friday's prices.
Hong Thai Restaurant
Address: 6425 W. Greenfield Ave., West Allis, WI 53214
Phone: (414) 256-2927
Hours: Mon-Thur 11AM-9PM, Fri 11AM-10PM, Sat 4PM-10PM, Closed Sunday
They offer lunch specials and an extensive dinner menu. Consistent food, reliable service, and never a wait for a table, even on the weekends. Take out available.
Address: 5901 W. National Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53214
Phone: (414) 257-9999
Hours: Mon-Fri Lunch 11AM-2PM, Mon-Thur Dinner 4:30-9PM, Fri Dinner 4-10PM, Sat Dinner 4:30-9PM, Closed Sunday
Kegel's is not quite as famous as some of Milwaukee's downtown German restaurants, such as Mader's. However, it boosts that it is the most authentic German restaurant and beer hall in the city, and the food rivals, if not, tops that of its competitors. Dinner entrees range from $16-$32 and include soup, salad, choice of potato (you can't go wrong with the spaetzel or dumpling), rolls, and butter.
Address: 600 West Historic Mitchell Street, West Allis, WI 53204
Phone: (414) 672-2336
Hours: Sun-Thur 11AM-midnight, Fri-Sat 11AM-4AM
In addition to classic, authentic Mexican cuisine, Las Palmas offers all you can eat crab legs Wed., Sat., and Sun. 4PM-midnight. Check out the review below for more about this menu feature.
- OnMilwaukee.com Dining: Crabbing at Las Palmas
This review is from 2007. Consult the restaurant for current all you can eat crab pricing.
Address: 5641 West Beloit Road, West Allis, WI 53214
Phone: (414) 545-1520
Hours: Sun 4-11PM, Mon-Thur 5-11PM, Fri-Sat 4PM-midnight
Cataro's is a great place to take a larger group for a leisurely dinner with lots of conversation. In addition to the pizza, consider sampling one or two of the appetizers.
Address: 7727 West Greenfield Avenue West Allis, WI 53214
Phone: (414) 774-4828
Hours: Open 24 Hours Every Day
Right across from the State Fair Park, this restaurant is a little further from Miller Park than most of the restaurants on this list, but it is well worth the trip. Pegasus provides the classic Greek diner experience. They have an extensive menu with daily homemade soups, other daily specials, and breakfast all day.
Cuisine: New Orleans
Address: 6414 West Greenfield Avenue, West Allis, WI 53214
Phone: (414) 778-2228
Hours: Closed Monday, Lunch Tues-Fri 11:30AM-2PM, Dinner Tues-Thur 4:30-9PM, Fri-Sat 4:30-10PM, Sun 3:30-8PM
Don't let the dark exterior of this restaurant throw you. There is a bar area in the front with a large, well lit, beautifully decorated dining area behind it. Entrees range from $17-$28.
Address: 1629 Miller Park Way, West Milwaukee WI 53214
Phone: (414) 384-9000
Hours: Mon-Thur 11AM-10PM, Fri-Sat 11AM-10:30PM, Sun 11:30AM-9:30PM
This is not an atmospheric dining experience, but the food is consistently good and prepared very quickly. Call ahead and pick it up to take home with you after a Brewers game. Two people can split an appetizer, large fried rice, and small entrée for about $20 and have enough left over for at least one more meal.
Are you looking for a chain restaurant? There are a lot of options on Miller Park Way.
In addition to the variety of one of a kind restaurants surrounding Miller Park, there are a lot of chain restaurants in the area. All of the restaurants listed below are just south of the ball park, right on Miller Park Way. They are all within one mile on Miller Park.
Miller Park Way Chain Restaurants
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