Michael Horne
Bar Exam

The Cheel, Thiensville’s Best Bar?

Located on the Interurban bike path, hotel bar's history goes back to 1895.

By - Jul 18th, 2018 01:50 pm

Located on the Interurban bike path, hotel bar's history goes back to 1895. Back to the full article.

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4 thoughts on “Bar Exam: The Cheel, Thiensville’s Best Bar?”

  1. Big Al says:

    Correction – Ozaukee is the 2nd-smallest county in the state at 233 square miles. The smallest county is Pepin County at 232 square miles (per the US Census Bureau, https://www.census.gov/geo/maps-data/data/gazetteer2017.html)

  2. Mark Lloyd says:

    I believe its the best bar in all the Ozaukee county. From craft cocktails to fine selection of beers and wine. This restaurant has challenged the status quo of the area and brought about the change that was very necessary in the neighborhood.

  3. Ron Mexico says:

    Who would have thought the city’s best Falafel and Nepalese food joints would be in Mequon-Thiensville. Michael I thought Pepin County was the smallest county? at 232sq/mi and Ozaukee at 233 is the 2nd smallest? BTW with all the lake erosion Ozaukee is now probably the smallest county. Fun Fact Mequon is the same size as Boston and San Francisco by area of course.

  4. guitarman says:

    A wonderful place with amazing flavors and caring owners. Have been to the cheel several times and always have a pleasant experience.

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