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By Dan Downes
Photos by Jonathan Canny

Attebury's Pub and Eatery

Attebury’s opened up last spring under the management group behind the Palms Bistro & Bar in the Third Ward. For those who are familiar with the old location (The Carleton Grange Pub), the British-style pub motif is apparent, but it doesn’t hit you over the head with kitsch and knick knacks the way that some themed places can.

Sometimes you have to take things to the next level. It may be scary when your significant other says it; however, the results are much more pleasant at Attebury’s. Located in St Francis, the team there has taken the common pub and elevated it to something special.

The decor is where the idea of traditional British pub disappears, though. Bar manager Patrick Sterling makes sure all your imbibing needs are properly met. Born and raised in Milwaukee, he has experience at numerous high end bars across the country—including the Pierre Hotel in New York—which gives him the ability to mix up the most complicated concoctions, but he’s not trying to push that here. “We do crafty cocktails. People are looking for good, bold flavors ... and I don’t need to be making egg white drinks for that.” In addition to a solid whiskey and bourbon selection, the only caveat Sterling has is, “We don’t do Jägerbombs.”

Attebury's Pub and Eatery

If you’d rather have a pint in your pub, Attebury’s has a rotating tap list of 24 with an emphasis on craft beers and a few imports. Recent offerings display a variety of styles and regional favorites, such as O’so Hop Whoopin, New Glarus Two Women and Lakefront Brad.There are also 50 different bottle selections from breweries such as Ommegang, Abita and Left Hand. For the wine drinkers in your group, the seven red and five white wines cover a number of grape varietals and regions.

If you are looking for something to eat while enjoying your drink, Attebury’s shines there as well. The “Pitmaster Nachos,” comprised of fried potatoes, pulled pork, applewood smoked bacon and cheese ($8), are a popular choice. The calamari ($7) also shouldn’t be missed. There are a lot of delicious options here, so showing up for Happy Hour (3–6 pm Monday–Thursday) for half-off appetizers is a good idea.

Attebury's Pub and EateryDon’t let the Italian prosciutto, “crafty” cocktails and scratch cooking scare you off, though. Attebury’s is still a pub at its heart. As Sterling puts it, “We’re just trying to make it a place for people to hang out.” They nurture that playful, relaxed pub atmosphere with events like Wednesday night trivia, a summer cornhole league, an inviting patio for the warmer months or the 1,000,000 Scoville (a unit that measures food spiciness) Wings Challenge.Another can’t-miss are the pizzas from their wood-fired oven. Even here Attebury’s isn’t content with just throwing some cheese on dough. A highlight is the pear and prosciutto ($13.50)—a light bleu cheese cream sauce, topped with caramelized pears, sweet onions, Italian prosciutto and fontina cheese and finished with fresh chopped chives. Sounds like your typical bar food, right?

Attebury’s proves that being casual doesn’t mean that you have to skimp on flavor or quality. It’s great for happy hour during the week, a place to enjoy a baseball game or a spot
for Saturday night dinner. Sure, “taking it to the next level” can be scary, but this is one bar at which you won’t mind
settling down.

Attebury's Pub and Eatery
3807 South Packard Avenue
atteburyspub.com