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In Bars & Clubs

The Third Ward is full of appealing watering holes. There's even one inside the Milwaukee Public Market. (PHOTO: Suzanne Tucker/Shutterstock.com)

Third Ward bar guide




Note: The contents of this guide were checked for accuracy when this article was updated on Aug. 16, 2013 at 5:28 p.m. We continually update the thousands of articles on OnMilwaukee.com, but it's possible some details, specials and offers may have changed. As always, we recommend you call first if you have specific questions for the businesses mentioned in the guide.


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Riverfront Pizzeria Bar and Grill
509 E. Erie St., (414) 227-1800
facebook.com/riverfrontpizzeriamilw
This trendy pizza joint is open Tuesday through Sunday and has outdoor seating, affordable prices and a full bar selection.

Rustico Pizzeria
223 N. Water St., (414) 220-9933
rusticopizzeria.com
Pizza is just the beginning at Rustico. Their weekly deals on drinks include a daily Happy Hour, half-price bottles of wine on Tuesdays and a guest bartender on Wednesday, when all tips are donated to charity. Plus, their TV's are always tuned in to the game.

SPiN Bar
233 E. Chicago St.,
milwaukee.spingalactic.com
If bowling's not your thing but you're still looking for that indoor-sport experience, SPiN has just what you need: specifically, 12 table-tennis courts on cushioned Olympic flooring. Court rates are $16 per hour before 6 p.m. and $24 after. Their bar and restaurant also serves lunch and dinner daily.

Splash Studio
184 N. Broadway, (414) 882-7621
splashmilwaukee.com
Ever feel inspired when you drink? Splash Studio has you covered. Drop into Splash, pick up a paintbrush and a drink and let the creative juices flow. Friday and Saturday night sessions are offered, or you could stop into the bar and paint on a mini-canvas. Lacking inspiration? The lounge is packed with art books.

Swig
509 E. Erie St. (414) 431-7944
swigmilwaukee.com
Swig offers a small-plate dining experience like no other - plus over 20 martinis, wine, champagne and award-winning dessert options.

Thief Wine Shop & Bar
Milwaukee Public Market
400 N. Water St., (414) 277-7707
thiefwine.com
This wine nook is a calm island amidst the bustle of the busy Milwaukee Public Market. Sit at the bar or at a table and tune out. Their prices are great, with glasses ranging from $5.50 to $14.50 - and for not much more, you can get a whole caraffe. They also offer great weekly deals.

Vino 100
219 E. Erie St., (414) 277-8466
vino100milwaukee.com
This wine boutique boasts domestic and international brands sold for retail prices. For a small corkage fee you can enjoy them in their intimate tasting room with a few friends (or alone, if that's how you like to drink). Join the Wine Club for exclusive benefits like wine tasting nights, or take advantage of their weekly wine classes.

Water Buffalo
249 N. Water St., (414) 431-1133
waterbuffalomilwaukee.com
What's better than drinking on the river? Even if you're inside, Water Buffalo's floor-to-ceiling windows afford you a priceless view as you get tipsy. The menu is delicious, and the contemporary decor gives off a casual but elegant vibe.

The Wicked Hop
345 N. Broadway, (414) 223-0345
thewickedhop.com
The Wicked Hop offers dozens of wines, a handful of beers on tap and a full bar. It's an intimate, cozy place for just after work with floor-to-ceiling windows that look out on Broadway and its fashion boutiques. Their Bloody Marys are where they really shine, but don't miss Throwback Thursday featuring classic cocktails or the DJ on Friday nights.

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