1154 Prairie Dr.
Racine, WI 53406
Phone: (262) 886-6055
Fax: (262) 886-6117
Bars & Cafes
Located in a two-story beautiful brick building on Lathrop Avenue, Paul's Pub is a friendly bar with weekly special drinks and great happy hours. The bar hosts a variety of events which keeps things interesting.
The New Maxine's is a lively bar on Washington Avenue which hosts regular karaoke nights. The bar also has a pool table and a dart board to keep you occupied.
Set inside the Veterans of Foreign Wars, The Foxhole Lounge is a friendly spot to enjoy a drink or two. This intimate bar serves tasty meals as well. Enjoy karaoke nights on Fridays.
McAuliffe's On The Square is a lively bar with live music, happy hours, ladies night and more. It is a nice place to hangout with friends.
Coasters is a popular hangout among the locals. Relish their famous wings and enjoy the happy hour with a drink or two with friends in tow.
Michigan's Pub on Michigan Boulevard is a neighborhood bar. It features daily drink specials, DJ nights, happy hours and pool tables.
Route 20 Outhouse is the ultimate live entertainment destination in Racine. It features an eclectic line-up of cultural events throughout the year; from live music by regional bands, to interactive comedy acts. Catch the live game on their projection screens or a drive-in movie screening outdoors with a beer or cocktail. They also feature a delicious selection of handmade burgers, pizzas and barbecued ribs.
Located in Douglas Avenue, Fritz's Bar & Grill is a lively bar and grill serving up a variety of dishes and classic drinks with convenient happy hours. The bar has nine TVs to catch the latest games, a dart board, a pool table, an internet jukebox and more.
Bull and Bear Eatery & Tavern is the place to drink. The service here is slow, but don't let it take away the joy of happy hours everyday! With some great offers, this place is always buzzing with activity. Open right from breakfast, the menu features a long list of dishes you can order.
Gus' Mexican Cantina is the brainchild of Gus Hosseni and his family is also involved in running the restaurant. It has a vibrant atmosphere with colorful lanterns and walls, light fixtures and wall posters. Savor their dishes like Quesadilla Crisps, Nachos Supremo, Jalapeno Poppers, Enchiladas, Tamales, Burrito Deluxe, Chili Rellenos, Cenas and Fajitas. Their bar has an impressive list of Mexican beers, margaritas and cocktails. Enjoy the happy hours by taking a sip of your favored drink.
The Palm Tavern is another nondescript bar in Milwaukee that merits mass attention. It has a large selection of beers (both imported and domestic) as well as a more than decent selection of some very good scotch, whiskey and bourbon. Try the Tyconnell Single Malt or the overwhelming peat flavored Laphroaig and you'll immediately waft over the Atlantic to Ireland and Scotland, respectively. If you do not know much about the spirit or beer they have to offer, the bartenders are extremely nice and helpful and they can teach you about the drinks without all the pretension or hype.
Milwaukee is known for its conglomerate domestic beer companies, most particularly Miller Brewing Company, however the small brewing tradition dies hard in this Midwestern metropolis. Burnhearts in the Bay View district of the city is one such place that reveres local suds. They have more than 25 domestic and imported brews on tap in addition to a better than average cocktail menu. The beers change constantly yet the cocktail list remains steadfast, try the 'Autumn in New York', it is made with a Pumpkin spirit and is a local favorite.