The votes are in, and the winners have been selected for OnMilwaukee's Best Dining 2009. The results of this readers' poll, including an editors' pick, are available in this series of articles that run all October long during Dining Month on OnMilwaukee.com.
The OnMilwaukee.com carnivores made it clear that the Five O’Clock Steak House -- formerly Coerper’s -- is still the best place in town to eat steak.
The Five O’Clock Steak House looks and feels like a classy ‘50s supper club with vintage light fixtures, bartenders in crisp white shirts ready to mix old school cocktails, a fair share of cigarette smoke (until next July, of course) and an extremely attentive level of service from the entire staff.
The steaks range in price from $32 to $38, and include a porterhouse steak ($38), New York strip sirloin ($36), filet mignon (ladies cut $28 / king’s cut $38), rib eye ($37) and filet Oscar ($32). All of the steaks are served with butter and sauteed mushrooms.
OnMilwaukee.com editors’ choice: Dream Dance Steak
3. Eddie Martini’s
4. Mr. B’s Steakhouse
5. Capital Grille
6. Mo’s: A Place For Steaks
8. Dream Dance Steak
9. Butch’s Old Casino
10. Milwaukee Chophouse
11. Jackson Grill
12. Mason Street Grill
15. Selen’s House of Prime Rib
16. Seigo’s Japanese Steak House