This place is jumping before and after Brewers games. They used to have a fabulous regular customer, Bobby T., who would regale the crowd with Stones music blaring and screaming "GO BUCKS" at the top of his lungs!!!
I love this place. My friends told me about 4th base years ago. I have been hooked ever since!! Amazing food and excellent service. The whole staff is very personable and friendly. I was a little confused with the no menu at first but the waitress and chef were very helpful and when I asked for prices she had no problem letting me know what they were going to be ahead of time. SO NO SURPRISES!!! If you were surprised by your bill at this place it was your own fault. Everything you will eat is worth it anyway! Absolutely amazing selection of food prepared anyway you want it. Where else can you go and talk one on one with the chef that is going to be cooking your food and tell them how you want it done???
The food was amazingly good. We started with Giant Shrimp stuffed with Crab and wrapped with bacon. I have never had anything this good. My wife had some fresh steamed vegtable medley which we took most of home with a giant crab leg. i have never seen a crab leg that large. I had a porterhouse steak with cajun seasoning and blue cheese melted on top. It was absolutly amazing. I actually spent less than I spent at fleming two wekks ago. We will be back.
$30 per person for Hamburger Helper?. $30 for the Special at a bar? The special was Beef Stroganoff that cost $30 and tasted like Hamburger Helper. $40 for six beers? There is a sucker born every minute and two of them (my friend and myself) went to this craphole FOUR star bar/restaurant. I should have went to a five star restaurant. I could have saved some money.
Surprised! In a Really BAD Way (No Menu???) INFLATED PRICES. Seems there is something very dishonest about not having menus. Went in for lunch and left very disappointed. $30 steak sandwich?? Are you kidding? We don't have problem dropping fifty bucks for lunch, but it better be worth it. This experience was so disappointing. I can't get over the fact that there are no menus. Why not?? Don't want people to see the prices? Wanna stick to 'em in the end? Not sure what this place is trying to be, but it's NOT WORKING. Trying to be a steakhouse/bar?? We've been to real dives, with really good food. We were kind of expecting this to be the same type of place, but nope. Below average/average food with inflated prices. We won't be back for food or drinks. The place could also use a cleaning. Also, you would think an expensive steak sandwich would come with .....I don't know...maye fries? You have to order everything separately. What a joke! Absolutely will not go back. Get menus!
This neighborhood tavern-sports bar-restaurant plays host to baseball fans and serves up steaks and seafood from the cooler..
Not far from Miller Park, this restaurant goes for sports-related sensory overload, with enough history on the walls to keep fans occupied for hours. Some scenes in the film "Major League" were filmed here. Menus aren't freely handed out, so be sure to inquire if you're cash-strapped. How do you order? Chat with your server and maybe take a peek at the "deli" case, which is stuffed with tenderloin, porterhouse steaks, scallops, tuna, swordfish, huge lobster tails and vegetables.
The half-pound sirloin burgers with sauteed peppers, onions and mushrooms are legendary, as are the homemade french fries topped with Parmesan cheese and parsley. But if your wallet allows, go for the steaks and seafood. Bacon-wrapped scallops are amazing, with the bacon crisp, but the scallops creamy and still tender. And don't forget the veggies--ask for a side of brussels sprouts or spinach.
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