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Saz’s, Where Scott Met Tonette

Famed as the place where Scott Walker met his future wife, Saz's colorful history goes back to 1895.

By - Jul 17th, 2015 03:14 pm
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Famed as the place where Scott Walker met his future wife, Saz's colorful history goes back to 1895. Back to the full article.

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6 thoughts on “Bar Exam: Saz’s, Where Scott Met Tonette”

  1. Rick says:

    Walker married a woman 12 years his senior less than a year after they met? Holy desperation, Batman!

  2. Paul says:

    Rick,there’s no need to wait, when you find your soul-mate

  3. Tom says:

    thanks for this info. Saz’s had been one of my favorite places to eat until now. I don’t think I’ll go in there until the gov. is out of office and back to scribbling on napkins to his wife.

  4. Christina Zawadiwsky says:

    I’ve actually never been to Saz’s! Must try it, although I wouldn’t want to run into a Scott Walker clone there!

  5. Paul says:

    Christina, you should go there, nice bar, good people, great food and you won’t have to worry about running into Tom there.

  6. John Abert says:

    Love to see a write-up on a place I spent a lot of hours in. I had to, though. I worked there for eight years. Married a girl 14 years my junior in 1982 and moved to Florida. Now working my 16th year as a golf pro at Silver Dollar Golf Club in Tampa area. Every time I go to Milwaukee I have at least one meal at Saz’s. Maybe next week! You go, Steve!

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