sizzle and charm
W ALKING INTO The Black Kettle is a little like stepping back in time to a more sophisticated, yet simple, dining era. This well-known Milwaukee establishment has been serving up stellar supper club entrees since 1963. And its elegant, Williamsburg decor welcomes patrons back to this golden age of dining.
Cherry woodwork accents a beautiful bar and dining area with an authentic fireplace that invites visitors to come and stay for a while. And with the new addition of the patio added spring 2009 allows for an enjoyable outdoor dining experience.
The Black Kettle earned its name--for its pan seared steaks. While most steak houses grill their meats, The Black Kettle pan sears meats in cast iron pans, locking in the juice and flavor.
This family owned and operated restaurant serves Tuesday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. ; dinner is Tuesday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. ; The Black Kettle is also open on holidays (Mothers Day, Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving) and also has rooms available for private party's up to 60 people.