'Like oysters and caviar, or a fine red wine, the finer things serve to separate us, until they\'re staining your only clean shirt. Experience finery minus the upturned noses with this deal at Milwaukee Gourmet House, where you\'ll fall in foodie love with $30 worth of prime rib, seafood and so much more for $15. Milwaukee Gourmet House gives bar food a bit of a makeover by offering high-quality fare at affordable prices. This quaint South Milwaukee gem surprises many with its selections, where, depending on the day, you could have your fill of anything from baby back ribs, chicken dinners, or steaks. If in on a Friday, sample Famous South Side Fish Fry, made with lightly breaded hand-cut cod, or a generous portion of prime rib, perfectly prepared and begging for your…
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