Men who reach the restroom are in for a surprise. New York Magazine once described the urinals in a Brooklyn bar as being "so large they looked like shower stalls for Toulouse-Lautrec." Leff's must buy its bathroom fixtures from the same source.
The menu at Leff's consists of the typical pub fare -- burgers, pizza, fries, etc. On Thursdays they serve sliders, little burgers that ex-Chicagoans who miss White Castle will appreciate.
Brewer Bash Series Benefiting Milwaukee Pets Alive!!!
It’s spring, and that means it’s time to think BASEBALL! Thanks to our friends at Leff’s Lucky Town, you can enjoy food, friends, drinks and baseball – and help Milwaukee Pets Alive – all at the same time with the Brewers Bash Series!!! On Sunday, May 11th, 2014 tailgate at Leff’s Lucky Town from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m., then hop on the bus courtesy of Leff’s to head over to Miller Park to watch the Brewers take on the Yankees! Your $44 game package includes: -Private Tailgate Party at Leff’s with tasty Miller beer (or soda) -Delicious Leff’s Lucky Town Food including Leff’s famous burgers and homemade brats and hot dogs from Bunzel’s Meat Market -Tailgaters get special pricing on Jack Daniels, Jack Daniels Honey, Southern Comfort, Southern Comfort Cherry, and Southern Comfort Lime before the game -Bus Transportation TO and FROM Miller Park -Terrace Level game ticket for the Brewers vs. Yankees game -Limited Edition commemorative t-shirt (possible tank top option for ladies!) -Buy one, get one FREE with your ticket stub after the game PLUS – Leff’s is giving away 2 pair of game bibs at the pre-game party, courtesy of gamebibs.com! AND, it’s Kyle Lohse Bobblehead Day! AND OF COURSE, all you dog fans, keep an eye out for Hank at the game! …and the most important part? Part of the proceeds for your Game Package on Sunday May 11th benefits Milwaukee Pets Alive to help us rescue Milwaukee pets that need us most! Sunday May 11th is Mother’s Day, so make it a family affair! What mom wouldn’t want to go to a Brewers game and help animals at the same time? Celebrate as a family at the ball park! Are you ready to enjoy some baseball on a glorious spring day and help Milwaukee’s cats, dogs, and small animals? Here’s what you need to do: Print out the flyer posted at the bottom of the page and fill in with your contact info and the number of tickets you want, then bring to Leff’s Lucky Town located at 7208 W. State St. in Tosa with your payment. -or- Call Leff’s at 414-258-9886 to reserve your ticket package and arrange for payment. ***If you plan on attending with a group of people, have one person collect all money and fill out one order form for all group members, or indicate group when calling Leff’s ***t-shirt and ticket pick up is day-of event at Leff’s. ***All order placement and payment is directly done through Leff’s Lucky Town*** ***If you aren’t much into baseball, and just want to party on a Sunday morning, Tailgate-only option available – enjoy all the food, beer, soda, and pre-game fun – for only $28 – portion of the proceeds still benefits Milwaukee Pets Alive! Woof! Meow! Play Ball! If you have any questions, please let us know or call Leff’s directly at 414-258-9886. Tell all your friends – what a fun way to help Milwaukee’s pets in need while enjoying the long-awaited spring weather. We’ll see you and all your family and friends on Sunday May 11!
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The humble and plain exterior of Leff's Lucky Town, which stands directly adjacent to a small barbershop, belies the true charm of the number one rated suburban sports bar by OnMilwaukee.com. As I walk into Leff's Lucky Town, the many TVs and sports paraphernalia make it immediately apparent that it is indeed a sports bar. Prior to its remodeling, the bar itself wasnt much more than 25ft. wide but was packed wall to wall each time I went. Although remodeling was done, the original bar still stands as a piece of history and memories. Along with the original bar still standing, what they claim to be the worlds biggest urinal also remains. The crowd ranges from long time regulars, to younger adults. The familiarity of the crowd, and welcoming atmosphere make it a very comfortable sports bar and makes for a memorable time.