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Best places open for Thanksgiving dinner near Milwaukee, WI

Where to Get Thanksgiving Dinner near Milwaukee, WI

Sometimes cooking a whole Thanksgiving dinner isn’t possible. We’re busy folk and preparing a whole feast sometimes isn’t viable. Lucky for those of us who are strapped for time, there are some fantastic places open this Thanksgiving that will fulfill that craving a hearty, well-prepared meal.

Here are some of the best places open for Thanksgiving dinner near Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Thanksgiving dinner displayMilwaukee Chophouse (633 N 5th St, Milwaukee, WI 53203)

Defined as a “classic white-tablecloth steakhouse” that also prepares a mean seafood dish (check out our other favorite seafood restaurants, by the way), this restaurant in the Hilton Milwaukee has been a go-to for locals wanting a classy experience without the overwhelming price tag. It has a warm, upscale atmosphere and a 30-seat private dining room in case you have a large party, like when you have all the in-laws over for Thanksgiving. Did we mention that they have a huge wine selection?

The Packing House (900 E Layton Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53207)

An established supper club known for its Friday fish fries, excellent cocktails, and live jazz, The Packing Club is low-key in all the right ways. Not only will they be open on Thanksgiving, but they will be serving a Thanksgiving dinner comprising of hand-carved, slow-roasted turkey, mashed potatoes, candied yams, cranberry relish, and more.

Mader’s Restaurant (1041 N Old World 3rd St, Milwaukee, WI 53203)

If you’re looking for a bit of Bavarian charm this Thanksgiving, look no further than Mader’s. Whether you simply want to enjoy abendbrot with your friends and family or you want something more filling, Mader’s has the German fare (and beer) to fill you up. And we can’t think of anything that feels more like Thanksgiving than eating until you need a nap.

Alito’s (3041 N Mayfair Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53222)

An old-school Italian mainstay, Alito’s has been around for years. If you’re looking great pastas or soups, then Alito’s is the place you’ve been searching for. Oozing roaring twenties charm, they also have private rooms for large parties.

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