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Triskele's [edit]
1801 S. 3rd St.
Milwaukee, WI 53204
(414) 837-5950
(414) 763-2843 Fax
www.triskelesrestaurant.com
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Triskele's features upscale food at reasonable prices in a fun, casual atmosphere. The three-part menu focuses equally on meats, seafood and vegetarian cuisine.

The Tuesday through Saturday happy hour features Double Bubble two-for-one drink specials, $5 mac n' cheese and burgers and $2 succotash tacos. Regular menu item prices range from $4 to $15.


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Posted by CarolV on May 15, 2008 at 12:07 p.m. (report)

Still lovin' the Triskele's...turning out to be quite a Who's Who place to dine. Be prepared--its an A La Carte menu but really, really great food and friendly, quaint atmosphere.

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Posted by jakeyd on April 14, 2008 at 9:36 a.m. (report)

Yeah, another non-smoking place!! I just had an excellent dinner at Triskele's. They have lots of interesting things on the menu, the people were friendly, and the place is a casual corner tavern/restaurant. It's bit of an odd location. but worth the trip.

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Posted by wint on Nov. 9, 2007 at 12:32 p.m. (report)

Triskele"s Restaurant has just opened and I have been there during the first week for most of the lunch and dinner hours. I have observed people coming in for a quick lunch and people coming in for a complete dinner. What is so great is you can combine several of the menus dishes to enhance the dining experience to your specifications. There is a great wine list to compliment any dish. TRY THE MACARONI AND CHEESE WITH ALL THREE CHEESES OFFERED. It is awesome.

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