Michael Horne
Bar Exam

Henry’s Is Anything But a Bistro

More low-down bar than East Side chic, but in a century-old building.

By - Aug 31st, 2017 06:15 pm

More low-down bar than East Side chic, but in a century-old building. Back to the full article.

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7 thoughts on “Bar Exam: Henry’s Is Anything But a Bistro”

  1. Michael, I’d like to repeat a post I made a couple of days ago. Best Hamburger in Milwaukee is served here.

  2. Doug Lueck says:

    Ah, The Tuxedo. As fine an East Side bistro as there ever was. What great memories!

  3. MKMKE says:

    Great article, Michael, about a truly great neighborhood pub! I also agree with Jeffrey, even though this place is small, their menu is pretty darn good! And, I can’t compliment the staff enough, great team!

  4. Frank Galvan says:

    Loved the article Michael; will try the burger sometime soon. Thank you.

  5. DDM says:

    Wasn’t this originally owned (at the Coffee Trader location) by Henry Jones?

  6. Christina Zawadiwsky says:

    I’ve been to many a literary discussion at Henry’s, although now students seem to favor football games there. Thanks for the article, Michael Horne!

  7. Bill Kurtz says:

    The Tuxedo! Now there was a college bar, though I never went there while I attended UWM, because I wasn’t 21. It was in the 2600 block of Downer, on the west side of the street, but I don’t remember the address so I don’t know what’s on its site now.

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