Henry’s Is Anything But a Bistro
More low-down bar than East Side chic, but in a century-old building.
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7 thoughts on “Bar Exam: Henry’s Is Anything But a Bistro”
Michael, I’d like to repeat a post I made a couple of days ago. Best Hamburger in Milwaukee is served here.
Ah, The Tuxedo. As fine an East Side bistro as there ever was. What great memories!
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!
Loved the article Michael; will try the burger sometime soon. Thank you.
Wasn’t this originally owned (at the Coffee Trader location) by Henry Jones?
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!
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.