Opening this Monday: Ward’s House of Prime


On Monday, Nov. 16, at the corners of Mason and Jackson Streets in Downtown Milwaukee, Ward’s House of Prime will open its doors to the public.  Ward’s was designed by a team of restaurant professionals to create a dining experience that provides high-end entrees at a fair price with an atmosphere that is upscale yet comfortable.

The menu features Prime rib (served daily) which shares the stage with a list of entrees, including steak, chicken, veal, seafood, vegetarian dishes and more. Ward’s features a full-plate menu with dinner options that include a choice of soup or salad and potato. The bar menu will provide a variety of main dining options, yet patrons can order items such as prime rib chili in both settings. Appetizers, salads, soups, sides and desserts are also individually featured, as well as a selection of more than 500 wines available by the glass or bottle.

Diners can feel just as comfortable dining on full-plate entrees in the main dining room one evening as they can ordering from an exceptional bar menu and watching sports in the lounge late the next. Seating options include:

  • Bar and lounge area seating up to 60 with 6 HD TV’s.
  • Main dining room seating up to 70, adjacent to a closed-kitchen.
  • Third dining room with an outdoor view seating up to 36.

Special events, client meetings and private parties will be hosted in both the main dining and board rooms. Entrance doors to the main dining room are closed for parties upwards of 70 to create a unique event experience. The board room can host private parties of up to 12.

Ward’s House of Prime is located at  540 East Mason Street, Milwaukee, WI It is open Monday through Saturday, 4 p.m. – 1 a.m. (lounge and bar)    Monday through Saturday, 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. (main dining) Reservations, recommended but not required, available at 414.223.0135.    All major credit cards accepted.

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