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SHOREWOOD — With so many businesses in southeast Wisconsin shut down due to COVID-19, TMJ4 News’ We’re Open campaign is spotlighting local establishments that are still open and persevering through tough times.
Three Lions Pub in Shorewood is open for takeout orders, even if it’s just in the evening.
“We’re trying to consolidate as best as we can, and just keep the staff around as best as we can,” said owner Christopher Tinker.
Lakefront Brewery gives free beer to health care workers, Three Lions Pub hands out discounts - 2020
Restaurants like Three Lions Pub are coming up with 4-1-4 related discounts to get customers in the door on this Takeout Tuesday.
“We are doing a to go old fashion in a mason jar with the lid on we are selling it for 4 dollar 14,” Christopher Tinker, a co-owner of the restaurant, said.
While Milwaukee Day may look different this year, the feeling is still there, and that won’t go away anytime soon.
Shorewood pub ready to welcome soccer fans for World Cup: ‘It’s time that women get the spotlight’
The U.S. women’s soccer team made history on Tuesday, June 11 in the opening round of the FIFA women’s World Cup. The team scored 13 goals against Thailand — which put big smiles on the faces of fans in Milwaukee.
Inside an English pub in Shorewood, a place known for its love of soccer, enthusiasm shifted away from the Union Jack and onto a different kind of red, white and blue.
“Soccer is our passion. That’s what brought us to Milwaukee,” said David Price of Three Lions Pub.
Shorewood’s Three Lions Pub hosts a dance party with music by a live DJ. There’s no cover but table reservations will be available, along with $50 VIP wristbands that include all-you-can-drink Absolut, Jameson, Malibu, Altos or rail cocktails, tap beer and house wine.
MILWAUKEE — A Royal Wedding in England, but a celebration in Milwaukee. The Three Lions Pub had dozens gather to celebrate the marriage.
Dressed for a wedding at 5 a.m. on Saturday morning, May 19 that they weren’t invited to and not wanting it any other way.
It’s our goal to make you feel at home, as if the pub is an extension to your living room … so join us at the pub and make yourself comfortable.
Cheers for coming – the door is always open!
Perry’s pick: Three Lions Pub & The Nomad
I offered to recuse myself from judging this list because candidly, I have not been to most. However, of the one’s I’ve attended, two stick out. The first is Three Lions Pub. My old man always said don’t live too far from a pub you can’t walk home from.
Three Lions is clearly on periphery of my neighborhood, but I don’t love it simply for location. It’s clearly authentic thanks to the British-born wait and bar staff and reminds me of the time I lived in London during my junior year abroad. Finally, the brunch is the most comforting thing you can find on a cold Saturday morning.
Since opening in February, Three Lions Pub, 4515 N. Oakland Ave., in Shorewood, has become a haven for transplants from the Commonwealth and a gathering place for those with fond memories of the old Brit Inn.
Adding to the authenticity is the large number of English-born bartenders, including Luca Musker, who came to Milwaukee several years ago to play soccer at Cardinal Stritch University.
Three Lions Pub opens its doors tonight at 7 in the old North Star Bistro space at 4515 N. Oakland Ave. in Shorewood.
The opening was announced on the new British pub’s Facebook page. Opening had been originally scheduled for the end of December, but the establishment passed its final inspection earlier today.