Hours

Monday

Closed January and February

Tuesday - Thursday

11 am - Midnight

Friday - Saturday

11 am -1 am

Sunday

11 am-9 pm

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Events

  • Mark Meaney

    19
    Jan 2018
    Friday
    - 8:00 p.m. -

    Mark Meaney has been singing and playing the guitar for over 20 years. He has lived all over the world, but now calls Milwaukee home. His music is fun, entertaining, and sure to have everyone dancing and singing along!

  • Sigmund Snopek

    20
    Jan 2018
    Saturday
    - 8:00 p.m. -

    Sigmund Snopek has been a dominant figure on the international musical scene since the late 1960s. Whether exercising his prodigious skills as composer, solo performer, bandleader, multi-instrument sideman or orchestrator, Snopek continues to share his creative spark with audiences across the country. Snopek music is rich and lyrical, drawing from four decades of professional expertise in most major American musical styles. His catalog boasts over 300 original songs, ranging from top 40 through progressive rock to jazz.

     

  • Funky Chemist

    25
    Jan 2018
    Thursday
    - 7:30 p.m. -

    Funky Chemist is a funky New Orleans-inspired organ trio. They draw mostly from Stanton Moore Trio, but also pull grooves from Dr. Lonnie Smith and The Meters.

     

  • Layers&Layers

    26
    Jan 2018
    Friday
    - 8:00 p.m. -

    Layers&Layers is a versatile and atmospheric indie rock band from Milwaukee, WI blending introspective lyrics with several textures of instrumental sound.

  • Ian Gould

    01
    Feb 2018
    Thursday
    - 7:30 p.m. -

     

    http://www.iangouldmusic.com/

    Musician Ian Gould wryly warns his audiences, “If Irish eyes are smiling, you better watch your step!” A guitarist and singer from Belfast, Northern Ireland, Ian today shares Irish wit and his striking voice with American audiences. Ian’s shows share pub spirit and conjure images of Ireland.

     

  • Rick Aaron with The Men in Black Trio

    02
    Feb 2018
    Friday
    - 8:00 p.m. -

    Since the mid-60’s, he’s been a fixture on the Milwaukee area music scene, covering gigs that range from weddings, to corporate events, club dates, jazz concerts, Broadway shows, subbing with the Milwaukee Symphony, fundraisers, and a musical exploration with a quartet of flutes.

The Latest

  • Saturday Night Ribs

    From 5 pm to 10 pm, enjoy a half rack $18 or full rack $24. Slow cooked all Saturday, they are only served until supplies last.

About Us

The Bay Restaurant located right in the middle of the Whitefish Bay Downtown Business District has started its own history in the building that was first constructed in 1955 to be a liquor store for Clarence and Sylvia Schallert. The building was an expansion of Clarence Schallert’s existing career as a wholesale liquor salesman. The Schallerts were granted the first liquor license in the village’s history to open their store.

Enjoy some of the best dishes served in Whitefish Bay in a warm and inviting neighborhood hangout. Open brick and dark original hardwoods set the tone for a deep, well-versed wine list and craft brew selection that goes beyond your everyday amber selections.

The Bay’s appetizers will tempt your palette with savory Salmon Cakes complemented with a one of a kind homemade remoulade. Or try the Jordan River dates stuffed with a combination of chorizo, crumbled smoked bacon, Wisconsin goat cheese fondue, and topped with blueberry puree.

In a world where restaurants go for quantity, trying to make the “giant burger”, they often fall short on flavor. The Bay’s hamburgers are made perfectly sized with a multiplier of quality created with fresh ingredients and just the right combination of toppings creating an experience you will want to come back for again and again. All burgers are hand pattied with fresh ground beef from our neighborhood Sendik’s.