Good food, good service i would go back again for sure. Good beer menu too. Very cool building also......
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This restaurant was originally called "The Comfort," when a German immigrant named Charles Mader opened it in 1902. It was renamed "Maders" when it relocated to a better location. Other restaurants of the era were also in business, but they have all come & gone,...More
Thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to review us, John. We aim to provide all of our guests with a 5-star experience while dining with us including authentic German meal, a classic German experience and welcoming service. With that,...More
Mader's is a Milwaukee institution. The building is decorated in German décor, inside and out. We used the valet parking which adjoins the restaurant. Service was very good and helpful when we had questions. Her recommendation of a Riesling was spot on! Most offerings are...More
We had reservations for dinner and came about 15 minutes early only to be seated in the bar area right next to the door on a cold windy day. The waiter forgot several things and had to be reminded of what we ordered. The food...More
We’re so sorry to hear that your visit at Mader’s was anything less than a 5-star experience, but we thank you for taking the time to bring this incident to our attention. We were disappointed to hear that the dishes ordered were not to your...More
so nice to know these lovely places still exist...great service, German fare,and old world charm keep us re-visiting when in Milwaukee. thank you!
We've visited Mader's before, but always sat at the bar for a beverage or two before Admirals games. This was one of the very few times we actually sat for dinner. The restaurant was crazy busy caring for both Tran-Siberian Orchestra shows, an Admiral's game,...More