Established in 1956, and now in its third generation of family ownership, Champion’s Pub is tucked away a block from Oakland and North Avenues, on Bartlett Avenue. It’s a great place to escape the usual bustling bar crowds and hide out for drinks and conversation. It’s modest, quiet, real, and hassle-free.
A long‑time fixture of Milwaukee’s eastside, Champion’s Pub is a great place to get a start on your evening — and not necessarily your drinking. As a neighborhood pub, there are plenty of unique and friendly folks to chat with, or partner up for a game of shuffleboard, cribbage, Golden Tee 2015 or Silver Strike Bowling.
Music at Champion’s Pub runs the gamut, and is at a comfortable volume, encouraging conversation rather than drowning it. Champion’s also has an outdoor deck and large backyard, including a four square court, perfect for enjoying sunny afternoons and warm evenings — or cool evenings, just bring a sweater. St. Patrick’s Day is a can’t miss, as well. Come on in ~ we look forward to seeing you! Slainte!!