Five O’Clock Steakhouse Welcomes Notable TV, Radio Personalities and An Award-Winning Video Producer
Milwaukee – Milwaukee’s iconic Five O’Clock Steakhouse welcomed several notable visitors for dinner this week.
Wayne Larivee “Voice of the Green Bay Packers” dined with colleagues from WTMJ Newsradio 620.
Renowned video producer, director and cinematographer Wes Teshome was in town working on a new project. Teshome is known for his work with pop singers Ed Sheeran and Jojo, plus bands such as Skillet and Dream Theater.
Kostas Angeloudis, Taso Pardalis, Nikolas Katsimpras, and Panos Satzoglou from Cosmos FM 91.5 Hellenic Public Radio in New York dined while in town to interview Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks in advance of the NBA All-Star Game.
Award-winning journalist/anchor George Mallet of WTMJ4-TV Milwaukee and Kat Froelich, weekend host on 88.9 Radio Milwaukee took a break from their on-air duties to dine at the steakhouse Saturday evening.
Five O’Clock Steakhouse
414-342-3553, 2416 W. State St., Milwaukee, WI 53233
“One of America’s Best Steakhouses” Featured on the Travel Channel’s “Steak Paradise 3”
One of the “Best Steakhouses in the U.S.” – www.TraveandLeisure.com
One of America’s Best Steakhouses – Culinary TV Host/Author Rachael Ray
Voted #1 Steakhouse in Milwaukee “Readers’ Choice”- Milwaukee Magazine & Shepherd Express
Voted One Of Milwaukee’s Top Steakhouses “Readers’ Choice” – OnMilwaukee.com
Best Supper Club – Shepherd Express
Top Choice Awards – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Featured in “Wisconsin Supper Clubs: Another Round” by Author Ron Faiola (2016, Agate Publishing)
Best Steakhouse in Wisconsin – Tasting Table 2017
About Five O’Clock Steakhouse
Five O’ Clock Steakhouse, formerly Coerper’s Five O’ Clock Club, has been a family-owned and independently operated Milwaukee staple since 1946, serving the finest steaks paired with outstanding service. Five O’Clock has been named “One of America’s Best Steakhouses” by TV host Rachael Ray, TravelandLeisure.com and was featured on the Travel Channel’s “Steak Paradise 3.” The Alley Cat Lounge features free live music weekly, classic cocktails and a 1940’s retro-lounge ambience.