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East Side

Milwaukee's east side is a major hub for Milwaukee's nightlife. North Ave and Brady Street make up the majority of bars on the east side. However, in typical Milwaukee fashion, it is difficult to find a street that isn't dotted with the occasional watering hole.



The Jazz Estate PDF Print E-mail
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2423 North Murray Ave

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The Jazz Estate | Photo provided to Alcoholmanac by Jameson Fraters

Recommended by Jared Schritz


There has always been something alluring about the low-lit jazz club to the American psyche. It’s where you find a world of gumshoe detectives and femme fatales all lit in a shadowy film noir dream.

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Karma Bar & Grill PDF Print E-mail
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By Stephanie Schettler-Cumming
Photos by Jonathan Canny

Karma Bar & Grill

With baseball keeping us busy in the summer and football in the winter, Milwaukeeans are always looking for a sports bar to grab a brew and catch the game. Karma Bar & Grill on Ogden Avenue in Milwaukee has an ample selection of TVs, beers, spirits and house-made food, perfect for your game-viewing pleasure. What was once the location of the historic John Ernst Cafe has transformed into a modern bar with a few historic touches still intact. Now helmed by 34-year-old owner Ari Domnitz, the venue has gone through a decor spruce-up and menu flip (adding house-smoked barbeque and customized mac and cheese, among other tantalizing options). Sports fans and night owls alike make their home away from home at Karma, enticed by the laid-back vibe and daily specials.

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Nomad World Pub PDF Print E-mail
Bars & Clubs - East Side

By Stephanie Schettler-Cumming
Photos by Jonathan Canny

a photo of Nomad World PubThe main attraction at Nomad World Pub on Brady Street in Milwaukee is undoubtedly the football. No, we’re not talking about catching a game of American football featuring our beloved green and gold. Here, you’ll hop the pond from the comfort of your bar stool to catch some European football action featuring teams from across the world. With an impressive beer list (featuring more than 20 tap varieties and at least 80 different bottles to choose from), The Nomad is the perfect place to stop for a pint and some quality entertainment.

Whether your favorite club is competing in the English Premier League, Spain’s La Liga or the UEFA Champions League (a tournament of the best teams from all of European football), stop in to catch the game you’ve been looking forward to all week. The bar fills up early for weekend games, so don’t wait until the last minute to claim your seat … and when I say early, I mean patrons pack this venue by 6:30 am to cheer on their favorite teams! As an extra bonus for rousing early on your day off, The Nomad provides complementary toast Saturday and Sunday mornings.

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Hi-Hat Garage PDF Print E-mail
Bars & Clubs - East Side

Written by Stephanie Schettler-Cumming
Photos by Michael Wessel

a picture of Hi-Hat GarageThe Hi-Hat Garage (more commonly referred to simply as ‘The Garage’) is located just off of Brady Street on North Arlington Place. The venue earns its title with the large garage door located at the front of the building that can be opened during Wisconsin’s warm weather months. For the months that aren’t so generous to us sunshine lovers, The Garage has worked to bring nature from the outside in. Lining the interior walls are real trees strung with white lights crawling from the floor up onto the ceiling, giving The Garage an ethereal feel. With great atmosphere, a fully-stocked bar, and an ample menu to boot, The Garage attracts everyone from the eclectic hippie to the business professional looking for a place to unwind.

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Halliday’s Irish Pub PDF Print E-mail
Bars & Clubs - East Side

Written by Colleen Rook
Photos by Michael Wessel

a picture of Halliday's Irish PubOn Farwell just north of Brady Street, this Eastside gem offers a welcome alternative to much of Milwaukee’s bar scene. Open from 2 pm ‘til bar close seven days a week, it’s the perfect neighborhood hangout.

Launched under the name Halliday’s Lounge by Bob Halliday and a partner in 1967, Halliday’s has been family-run since 1972. Bob’s wife Rosemary Maniscalco took up the mantle after his passing in 2006, keeping the bar according to their shared values, including loyalty and genuine caring for our community. Her smile broadens when she recounts Bob’s social personality. It’s the homey, undiscriminating feel of the place that has kept some regulars returning for the better part of a decade (some of them, much longer). “There are no strangers here,” Maniscalco beams, likening the pub to Cheers. “Everybody really does know your name!”

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