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The newest jewel in the city is the HD Museum. The culture, lifestyle, motorcycles and history you find here makes the Museum a must see destination. You can learn all about it by clicking the link above. The Museum is also home to two great restaurants, Motor and Cafe Racer.
The Iron Horse Hotel
This upscale hotel is geared toward the motorcycle enthusiasts and business travelers alike. The Iron Horse has 100 loft style rooms as well as two fine restaurants. It features many great amenities for the traveling rider, including covered parking for bikes, a bike wash station and on-call service for your bike. The hotel has on-site bike rentals as well. The Iron Horse is located across the bridge from the Harley-Davidson Museum, and can be contacted at (888) 543-4766.
Casual Downtown Dining
Bar Louie 1114 North Water Street (414) 847-1492
Buca Di Beppo 1233 North Van Buren Street (414) 224-8672
China Gourmet 117 East Wells Street (414) 272-1688
Coast- A Zilli Restaurant 931 East Wisconsin Avenue (414) 727-5555
Egan's on Water 1030 North Water Street (414) 271-6900
Joey Buona's 500 North Water Street (414) 272-8662
John Hawk's Pub 100 East Wisconsin Avenue (414) 272-3199
Kil@wat 139 East Kilbourn Avenue (414) 291-4793
McGillycuddy's Bar & Grill 1135 North Water Street (414) 278-8888
Metro Bar & Cafe 411 East Mason Street (414) 225-3270
Michigan Street Diner 220 East Michigan (414) 276-7530
Milwaukee Ale House 233 North Water Street (414) 226-2337
Milwaukee Waterfront Deli 761 North Water Street (414) 220-9300
Mo's Irish Pub 142 West Wisconsin Avenue (414) 272-0721
Rock Bottom Brewery 740 North Plankinton Street (414) 276-3030
Rudy's Mexican Restaurant 1122 North Edison Street (414) 223-1122
Sabor 777 North Water Street (414) 431-3106
Safe House 779 North Front Street (Near corner of Wells and Water) (414) 271-2007
Water Street Brewery 1101 North Water Street (414) 272-1195
Well known downtown steakhouse. 720 North Plankinton Avenue Milwaukee, WI (414) 272-0720
The Capital Grille
This upscale chain restaurant is located right across the street from the Midwest Airlines Convention Center. 310 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI (414) 223-0600
Mason Street Grill
Downtown Location 425 East Mason Street, Milwaukee (414) 298-3131
1155 Oakes Road Racine, WI (262) 884-0123
Suburban Motors HD
139 North Main Street Thiensville, WI (262) 242-2464
1280 Blue Ribbon Drive Oconomowoc, WI (262) 569-8500
5995 120th Avenue Kenosha, WI (262) 857-8537
11310 West Silver Spring Road Milwaukee, WI (414) 461-4444
House of Harley-Davidson
6221 West Layton Ave. Greenfield, WI (414) 282-2211
Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Museum
Located in Maggie Valley, North Carolina, this museum is a jewel and a must see if you're in the area. According to Hupy and Abraham senior investigator, Tony "Pan" Sanfelipo, "this is the best motorcycle museum I've seen."
What makes this museum distinct is the fact that every motorcycle runs. Owner Dale Walksler believes you have to hear, smell and feel the vibrations of these vintage machines to truly appreciate them.
Largest Settlement in City of Milwaukee History ($3 million) Recommended for Hupy and Abraham Client
Hupy & Abraham attorneys Jason F. Abraham and Todd R. Korb have negotiated what will be the largest settlement in City of Milwaukee history in a police brutality case. The $3 million settlement has been recommended by Milwaukee City Attorney Grant Langley. The proposed settlement will go before the Milwaukee Common Council for a vote before becoming finalized.
In 2003, Curtis Harris was in the process of being booked by several Milwaukee Police officers when he was grabbed by the back of the shirt, and thrown headfirst into a tile wall, rendering him a quadriplegic. City Attorney Langley indicated that this would be the largest settlement of an excessive-force suit that he can recall in his 38 years of service to the city.