Milwaukee, WI, January 31, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Last Tuesday, the Food Network
announced their 50 States of Steakhouses, “the best places to sate your carnivore cravings and enjoy a side of local flair.” Milwaukee’s Five O’Clock Steakhouse was named Food Network’s best steakhouse in Wisconsin noting, "Wisconsin is considered to be the birthplace of 'supper club' dining, and Five O'Clock Steakhouse
, Milwaukee's longest-running steakhouse, pays homage to those traditions with the style of service it's offered since 1946.”
"Being recognized by the Food Network is a testament to the hard work our staff puts in every day," remarked Five O'Clock Steakhouse Managing Partner Stelio Kalkounos
. “The quality control starts with our Chef, Nando Lopez and extends to our cooks, bartenders, servers and hospitality staff. We strive to create a unique and memorable experience for every guest.
Fellow Midwest Food Network honorees include: Lawry’s The Prime Rib
in Illinois; St. Elmo Steak House in Indiana; Lindey’s Prime Steakhouse in Minnesota and Prime and Proper in Michigan.
Five O’Clock Steakhouse at 2416 W. State St. has been a family-owned and operated Milwaukee landmark since 1946. The multi award-winning Five O’Clock is a true destination dining experience that embodies the traditional Midwest supper club, combining the finest steaks with outstanding service. The Five O’Clock’s Alley Cat Lounge features private dining and free live music weekly with classic cocktails and a retro 40’s atmosphere.