When the temperatures drop, bring on the satisfying and comforting dishes we desire. Lucky for you, we have some great restaurants in Waukesha Pewaukee that deliver foods of comfort with an equally cozy and inviting atmosphere. One of these seven restaurants is bound to satisfy your cravings and provide you with the warmth you’re seeking.
179 W. Wisconsin Avenue | Pewaukee
With magnificent views of Pewaukee Lake, guests can indulge in the sights while enjoying, craft cocktails and signature globally inspired dishes at Artisan 179. Guests also appreciate the warm, cozy fireplace in the dining room, and the Rhino Room is the perfect setting for private events.
Eric’s Porter-Haus Supper Club
229 Wisconsin Avenue | Waukesha
Eric’s Porter-Haus specializes in steaks, seafood and handcrafted cocktails in a Greek Revival style historic Waukesha building.
5 O’Clock Club
N28 W26658 Peterson Drive |Pewaukee
Relax in a warm, rustic, and casual supper club atmosphere at the 5 O’Clock Club. The menu offers classic supper club favorites, with one of the dining rooms featuring a cozy fireplace.
21445 West Gumina Road | Pewaukee
Built from a 120-year-old barn in 1960, guests enjoy a rustic but refined dining room at Jake’s Restaurant with a stunning fireplace and locally sourced cuisine. Check out why Jake’s was recently named one of the best restaurants in the Milwaukee area by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Michael's Italian Restaurant
1400 S Grand Avenue | Waukesha
Michael’s combines delicious classic Italian cuisine with charming Italian ambiance.
Thunder Bay Grille
N14 W24130 Tower Place | Pewaukee
Thunder Bay Grille offers a wide variety of comfort food in a warm, rustic lodge atmosphere which includes several welcoming fireplaces.
331 Riverfront Street | Waukesha
Tofte’s Table offers upscale dining in an affordable, intimate, relaxed atmosphere. The menu features sharable plates with beautifully prepared comfort food. Tofte’s Table was recently named one of the best restaurants in the Milwaukee area by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.