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Crisp Pizza Bar and Lounge [edit]
1323 E. Brady St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 727-4217
crispmilwaukee.com
crispmke@gmail.com
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Crisp is a unique pizza bar located in Milwaukee's historic East Side neighborhood. Open for business at 10:30 a.m. daily, Crisp offers gourmet pizza by the slice, whole pies, wraps, panini sandwiches, burgers and personalized tossed salads prepared in front of you and served throughout the day.

The multi-leveled lounge design and the occasional live DJ provide a fun and relaxed space for patrons to mingle among friends with unique food and drinks from the full bar, many created with fresh fruit infusions. Daily kitchen hours run until 1 a.m. and allow guests to relax in comfortable lounge style furniture, including several cozy booths.


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Posted by alexinabobina on March 3, 2011 at 1:20 p.m. (report)

I love Crisp pizza bar and lounge! Ive gone there several times and every time I do, I'm pleased. One great experience I had there (about a month ago), was when I went out for a friends birthday. The hostess was friendly and hot, seated us right away. About 2 minutes after that we had a waitress came over and tell us about the food and drink specials. We ordered a few martinis, sweet chili shrimp pizza, funky salads (they have like 100topings), and some calamari. The martinis took about 10min and the food took about 30min, not to mention, it was a really busy night. Go to Crisp pizza bar because the atmosphere is hip, the food is original, the drinks are great quality, the service is good (nice people), and lastly experienced DJs come in at 10pm! Oh and did I mention there are hookahs? Hell yea Go to Crisp pizza bar because the atmosphere is hip (dark, loungy, and experienced DJs that come in at 10pm), the food is original, the drinks are great quality, the service is good (nice people), and lastly

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Posted by smallfry on Sept. 12, 2010 at 12:01 a.m. (report)

service sucks. waitress seated and left us. had to go up to the bar to ask for water. waitress was an airhead and totally left us hanging. practically had to beg to have our order taken and then too, it was screwed up when it arrived. waitress was hanging around bar talking to people and it was NOT busy. didn't seem to care much about the customers and acted like they were doing us a favor by letting us sit there. lousy customer service. won't be going back

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Posted by whoda_thunk_it on June 4, 2010 at 10:30 p.m. (report)

Just finished a table of 4. 3 salads, 2 individual pizzas and 1 large. The salads came after about 10 minutes. Large pizza 15 later. 2 individuals 15 after that. The large pizza looked great, and tasted great...I know since we had time to try it before ours arrived. The individual pizzas seemed to have used the same amount of dough each as the large, but only 1/10 of the toppings. 5 slices of pepperoni (there were more on 1 slice of the large), <1/8 the onions you would find on the average hotdog, less broccoli than you would put on the fork of a 5yr old to eat before they could leave the table, and sadly you could find more cheese on a Cheeto. I'll say they were gracious about the complaints and took 50% off the smaller pizzas, but it wasn't satisfactory. I had no problem with the price or flavor of the ingredients, but a big problem with the timing, micro portions of the toppings, and end product served. I am not an all-you-can-eat person, but do expect to get what is paid for. Typical of current Mke restaurants - charge New York prices but serve Hooville meals, and let your customers grab a burger on the way home...and never see them again. Does anybody remember how great The Social was before they went off the deep end??? I'll give them a second chance, but expect them to go the way of the two previous occupants of the location.

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Posted by Funsize Foodie on April 6, 2010 at 2:49 p.m. (report)

It would be nice if their website was up and running.

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Posted by macy10 on April 2, 2010 at 11:28 p.m. (report)

Hmm when I come back to mke this summer I may have to try:) After living in chicago, and now NYC..I take my pizza (or pie) seriously!!I still do not understand why people fold their pizza when they eat it here!!I always love going to brady st. and hope Crisp is good!

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