Shorewood is home to plenty of unique restaurants; whatever you find yourself in the mood for, you can find it here! Check out the best places to eat in Shorewood below!
Bonobo American Bistro
Enjoy your favorite American Classics at Bonobo American Bistro! Offering burgers, salads, and chicken dishes all made from scratch with vegan and vegetarian options available, Bonobo is sure to please! Check out Bonobo American Bistro at 4518 N Oakland Ave for all of your American favorites!
Where can you get a Po’boy, spring rolls, and local craft beer all in one place? Cloud Red! Serving a diverse menu, this is a great place to go for those who just can’t decide what they want. Vegan and vegetarian dishes are available. Stop by Cloud Red and see what tantalizes your tastebuds at 4488 N Oakland Ave.
Nino’s Southern Sides
Nino’s is your go-to for a taste of the south! Serving up hearty portions of classic comfort food such as fried chicken, catfish, collard greens, and coleslaw, Nino’s Southern Sides is sure to bring a smile to your belly. Find your comfort food at Nino’s Southern Sides 4475 N Oakland Ave.
Heaven’s Table BBQ
One of Shorewood’s newest restaurants, Heaven’s Table BBQ, serves up smoked favorites like beef brisket, chicken, and ribs with all of your favorite sides like mac and cheese, cornbread, and greens. Take a seat at Heaven’s Table, 2238 N Farwell Ave.
Satisfy your cravings for Asian food at Sticky Rice. Serving authentic Thai and Lao cuisine alongside classic Asian favorites, Sticky Rice is a go-to when you’re feeling Asian food in Milwaukee. Their menu features traditional favorites like red and green curry, Pad Thai, drunken noodles, and egg rolls alongside authentic Lao and Thai dishes such as Lao beef jerky and Tod Mun Pla (Thai fish cakes) and Larb, the unofficial national dish of Laos. Whether you’re in the mood for familiar Asian favorites or authentic Thai and Lao food, Sticky Rice has you covered at 1000 E Locust Ave.
Mod Pizza gives you one price, one pizza, 30+ toppings, and unlimited pizza combinations. If you’ve ever wanted to experiment and build your own pizza, then Mod is the place for you! Vegan and vegetarian meal options are accessible here, and with this level of customization, even the pickiest eaters will find something to love at Mod Pizza, 4151 N Oakland Ave.