Downtown lunch delivery guide
Note: The contents of this guide were checked for accuracy when this article was updated on Sept. 24, 2008 at 12:18 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.
Louise's Italian Cafe
801 N. Jefferson St., (414) 273-4224
Enjoy a delicious Italian lunch from Louise's. Their menu features a variety of Italian favorites including sandwiches, gourmet calzones, salads and, of course, pasta. Enjoy a hand-made pizza, or choose from a variety of toppings to create your own favorite pizza. There's a $2 delivery charge on all orders.
Meal Mobile themealmobile.com
The Meal Mobile is like having the menues of 10 restaurants at your disposal with one phone call. Available every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Meal Mobile works with a variety of restaurants -- including Cold Stone Creamery, Qdoba, Noodles & Company and Chin's Asia Fresh -- to offer food delivery for a $3 to $5 fee. Customers place their orders over the phone -- each restaurant's menu is available on Meal Mobile's Web site -- and the estimated delivery time is 40 minutes.
776 N. Milwaukee St., (414) 272-6896
Get a taste of Greek cuisine at Ouzo Café. Enjoy exquisite Greek favorites such as dolmades, paidakia made with grilled lamb meat and chicken souvlaki. For a taste of everything, try the combination platter, which features a variety of traditional Greek dishes including gyros, dolmades and spanakopita. There is a delivery fee, so ask when ordering.
1827 N. Farewell Ave., (414) 289-9993
Create your own pizza or try one of their specialty pizzas such as the Philly Steak, Bacon Double Cheeseburger or Thai Curry Pizza. You can also order pastas, fresh seafood, crisp salads, delicious sandwiches, tasty burgers, soups, hot dogs and much more. Approximately $2 delivery charge to all Downtown locations.
Potbelly Sandwich Works
135 W. Wisconsin Ave., (414) 226-0014
Make yourself employee of the year when you place an order from Potbelly Sandwich Works and cater lunch for your office. Choose from a variety of sandwich options including turkey breast, Italian, vegetarian, roast beef, smoked ham, tuna and chicken salad. The Wreck is great, toasty goodness. Their menu also features a variety of sides including chips, macaroni, potato salad or coleslaw. Yogurt smoothies, shakes, malts and desserts are also available. Delivery charge is $2.75 on all orders.
1758 N. Water St., (414) 272-0205
Troc's delivery menu is full of salads, sandwiches (Mr. Crock for this writer), soups, pates, crepes, cheeses and more. Fax orders to (414) 272-0252. Delivery available Monday through Friday, beginning at 10 a.m. Orders under $50 are charged an additional $10 fee, and if you are outside their area, it's $20.
761 N. Water St., (414) 220-9300
Order today and enjoy a delicious lunch at the Waterfront Deli. Try a gourmet sandwich like the Mesquite Smoked Turkey, the Muffalata or the Chicken Salad Wrap. Their menu also includes a selection of salads, fresh sushi, various sides and desserts. It's a $10 delivery charge to all downtown locations.
What's Fresh! Deli
146 E. Juneau Ave., (414) 273-5677
Build your own tasty sandwich for lunch. Choose from a variety of fresh meats, cheeses and vegetables. Add a bag of chips or one of their sides including potato salad or fresh fruit to your meal. There's a $2 delivery charge, and after two miles, it's an additional $1 per mile.
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Jimmy John's is still the fastest lunch delivery downtown. I wont even think about going out to lunch during the winter months so I just pick up the phone and my lunch is there in 10-15 minutes. Amazing.
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