Milwaukee's Brady Street boasts a number of restaurants that can accommodate almost any taste, with fare ranging from Middle Eastern falafel to Midwestern-style hotdogs. Price and ambiance also ranges from cheap to chic. Call ahead and reserve a table or simply wander until you find something suitable. Due to Brady Street being a popular nightlife strip, this part of the city is also a great place to find some late-night eats.
What: Traditional Greek restaurant, with outdoor seating during the warmer months.
Where: 1310 E. Brady St.
What: Wine, cheese and small plate international fare
Where: 1716 N. Arlington St.
What: Coffee, sandwiches, soup and light fare
Where: 1208 E. Brady St.
What: Middle Eastern, weekend belly dancers
Where: 728 E. Brady St.
What: Specialty hotdogs or build-your-own
Where: 1433 E. Brady St.
What: Asian gastropub with Thai influences
Where: 1230 E. Brady St.
Emperor of China
What: Chinese restaurant with small bar
Where: 1010 E. Brady St.
Hi Hat Lounge and Garage
What: Cocktails, brunch, sandwiches and fish fry
Where: 1701 N. Arlington St.
What: Argentine cuisine with a Wisconsin twist
Where: 1300 E. Brady St.
What: Classic coffee and tea house
Where: 1317 E. Brady St.
What: Combination Thai restaurant and sushi bar
Where: 932 E. Brady St.
What: Traditional thin-crust pizza
Where: 1724 N.
What: Delivery and walk-up pizza to-go
Where: 714 E. Brady St.