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Mason Street Grill [edit]
425 E. Mason St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
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The Pfister's casual yet upscale, classic yet modern eatery serves up steaks, seafood and more on the corner of Mason and Jefferson. Grab a booth or belly up to the dining bar, where you can watch the action in the kitchen.

The bar has a popular happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m. and lunch is served daily. Reservations are recommended.
Upcoming events

Oct. 20, 2016
Rodney Strong Wine Tasting and Food Pairing

Rodney Strong Vineyards is nestled in the sweeping vineyards of Russian River Valley in Sonoma County. For over 55 years Rodney Strong Vineyards has earned the reputation for critically acclaimed Single Vineyard and Reserve wines, stand out Estate releases and best-in-class Sonoma County varietal wines. Rodney Strong received the honor of being named Wine Enthusiast’s American Winery of the Year in 2013, recognizing the winery’s commitment to quality, luxury and Sonoma County. At this highly anticipated event, Mr. Sayre will introduce exceptional wines from Rodney Strong Vineyards for wine enthusiasts to sample. Each wine will be paired with Mason Street Grill’s delicious menu items specially selected by the restaurant’s chefs. Guests will also have the opportunity to purchase the featured wines at a discounted cost. Below are featured fine wines and food pairings guests will be able to experience: • 2014 Rodney Strong Chalk Hill, Estate Chardonnay -Crab and Arugula Salad with apples and red pepper vinaigrette •2013 Rodney Strong Alexander Valley, Cabernet Sauvignon - Hook’s 10-Year Cheddar, Carr Valley-Menage, Roelli Dunbarton Blue, Uplands Pleasant Ridge Reserve Artisanal, Surchoix Gruyere •2013 Rodney Strong Sonoma Coast, Pinot Noir -Roasted Mushroom Bisque with fresh-shaved truffle •2012 Rodney Strong Alexander Valley “Brothers” Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon -Seared Skate Wing, grilled fennel with lemon and brown butter hollandaise • 2012 Rodney Strong Alexander Valley/Reserve, “Symmetry” Red Meritage -Braised Wagyu Beef, horseradish goat cheese croquette, natural jus • Rodney Strong California Port -Pumpkin White Chocolate and Dark Chocolate Bourbon truffles About Rick Sayre: Rick Sayre, vice president and director of winemaking for Rodney Strong Vineyards will be available to offer his over three decades of knowledge to guests. Sayre joined Rodney Strong Vineyards in 1979 and has played an integral role in guiding the wine collection to include world-class Reserve, Symmetry and Single-Vineyard releases. His voracious appetite for new winemaking knowledge has taken him around the world, including trips to the wine regions of France, Australia, New Zealand and Spain. He began his career in winemaking at the age of 19 and has trained with world-renowned wine master André Tchelistcheff.

Oct. 20, 2016
Rodney Strong Wine Event

Come join us at Mason Street Grill for an evening of tasting and sampling of some of California's finest wines from the Rodney Strong Vineyards. For reservations or more info, call 414-298-3131.

Oct. 20, 2016
Rodney Strong Wine Tasting and Food Pairing Reception

The chefs at Mason Street Grill have planned an amazing wine and food pairing event! Meet Rick from Rodney Strong and sample the following stellar wines: • 2014 Chardonnay, Chalk Hill/ Estate Vineyard • 2013 Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast • 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley/ Estate Vineyard • 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, Brothers/ Alexander Valley/ Single Vineyard • 2012 Red Meritage, Symmetry, Alexander Valley/ Reserve Reservations are required. Call to reserve now, or e-mail your information to A credit card will be required to hold your booking. Wines from the evening will also be available to purchase and take home at a considerably reduced price. For reservations or more info, call 414-298-3131.


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Posted by IanLaw on Feb. 8, 2009 at 10:52 p.m. (report)

Glad to see the main restaurant on the street level of the hotel. Remembered Celia back in the day but happy to see the more casual restaurant. My wife and I went in on cold Friday night and was happy to see they had live music in the bar area. The decor was contemporary and the open kitchen was bright but not disruptive to our conversations. I had the liver entree (no one does puts this on the menu anymore) and my wife had the peppercorn steak. The steak was a classic preperation and no complaints. The liver with the bacon was a nice touch. Would definitely come back.

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