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Dining

Fresh, Flavorful Dining at the Fitz Restaurant in Milwaukee

Located inside the Ambassador Hotel, which is located across the street, The Fitz and Gin Rickey are ideal downtown Milwaukee meeting spots, enjoyed as much for their stylish Art Deco ambiance as it is for its marvelous cuisine.

The Fitz serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.  Mornings feature a sumptuous breakfast of traditional favorites like eggs, waffles and smoked salmon. Lunch is highlighted by savory soups, crisp salads and gourmet burgers and sandwiches. The creative dinner menu ranges from delicious appetizers and enticing entrees to superb nightly specials. Diners of every palate will find something to delight – from a Wisconsin artisan cheese flight to crab cakes, flatbread pizzas, and plenty of pub-style comfort food. Saturday and Sundays days feature Brunch with a wide slection of classic breakfast and lunch selections.

Before or after your meal, or as a Happy Hour meet-up with friends or colleagues, sip and socialize in the hip, urban Gin Rickey lounge. Indoors or out on the patio, enjoy a perfectly mixed martini or sample one of the signature Roaring 20’s inspired drinks.

To learn more an dview menus, please visit the website dedicated to all three of the Ambassador Hotel's restaurants, www.thefitzmke.com.

Caffe Deco

Deco Cafe 

There’s no better place in Milwaukee to start your morning. Deco Cafe, which is directly across the street inside the Ambassador Hotel, features locally roasted Valentine coffee, made-to-order breakfast sandwiches and fresh pastries. In the afternoon, you can enjoy soups, sandwiches and salads indoors and on the patio. Deco cafe offers complimentary WiFi and plenty of places to get comfy to study or get some work done while you are away.  Visit the cafe's website for the full menu and more information.

The Fitz Restaurant

The Ambassador Hotel’s "The Fitz"