(Closed) Milwaukee Rehearsal Dinner Ideas?

posted 10 years ago in Milwaukee
Post # 3
14 posts
  • Wedding: September 2011 - Milwaukee, WI

I can give you lots of great suggestions. I live in Milwaukee and go out to eat a LOT! Have been to several rehersal dinners for friends. What type of food do you like? Italian? American traditional? How many people? How much do you want to spend?

I am looking at Swig in the Third Ward near downtown for our rehearsal dinner. They have a very unique party room upstairs and the food and service are amazing. However, they are on the upper end of pricing. Not terribly expensive (Dinner plate there is $15-$20 per plate)

I guess location is also important. If you’re talking Downtown or burbs. There’s a great Italian place in Hales Corners called That’s Amore. Very inexpensive and great traditional Italian food.  There’s also Joey Buonas near the Ward which is also Italian (family style) and they have larger banquet spaces.

Let me know what you’re looking for an I can narrow down some ideas!!


Post # 4
87 posts
Worker bee

Thats Amore and Joey Buonas are both good choices. I am not familiar with the other. We recently had dinner at Mia Famiiglia at 10049 W Forest Home Ave in
Hales Corners … it was FANTASTIC!!!!! They have a banquet room, too.

Where in the city are you looking?

Post # 7
148 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony: Catholic Church, Reception: Hotel Ballroom

What about Mi*Keys on Cathedral Square?  Or The Palms in the Third Ward?  If you want to go even more casual, you could have it at Botana’s/La Fuente — that could be really fun!

Post # 8
2 posts
  • Wedding: July 2011

We are doing ours at Swig, and they have been great! We’re having about 50 people and are doing family style dining. They were very helpful in determining how much food to order and offerring suggestions. I’m very happy with them so far!

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