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Places to Eat

These suggestions are from students and staff at Sacred Heart. This is a purely subjective guides to some restaurants in the Milwaukee area. Explore and enjoy!

Anodyne Coffee Roasting


Locations: Walker's Point, Bay View, Milwaukee Public Market, and Wauwatosa

"Anodyne Coffee Roasting Company is a locally owned, small batch roaster proudly working in Milwaukee, Wisconsin."  Provides the coffee for SHSST; can purchase beans as well.



7044 S. Ballpark Dr., Franklin


Menus: coffee, cocktails, food

Located in the area of Milwaukee's minor league team, The Milwaukee Milkmen; close to the seminary. "Nice selection of hot & iced coffees & teas, bakery items and hot breakfast sandwiches."

Blüm Coffee Garden


4930 W. Loomis, Greenfield, located inside Bluemel's Garden and Landscape Center


$  Menu

Offer Collectivo Coffee. If you like nature and coffee - this is a great place to be amongst both.



Many locations in Milwaukee

$ - $$ Menu

"Since 1993, we have been sourcing coffees from origin and roasting every batch by hand. We are proud to offer our Session Roasted™ coffees in addition to Letterbox Fine Tea and handcrafted Session and Nitro Cold Brew. ... We prepare all of our baked goods from scratch, made fresh daily at our own Troubadour Bakery. Our artisan breads, pastries, cookies, croissants, and more are made with patience and skill. We believe that knowing our neighbors is important, whether they’re our customer or our vendors. To that end, we value quality ingredients and source locally whenever possible."

Cuppa Tosa


418 N. Mayfair Rd., Wauwatosa


Family-owned coffee shop; supports several local Catholic groups. Sandwiches, salads, homemade deserts.



Valentine Coffee


5918 W. Vliet St., Milwaukee; also in the Third Ward and Oak Creek

"Valentine is specialty coffee roasted in small batches by people who care. The “specialty” part means we only choose to roast top-tier, rigorously-graded, traceable coffees. Small batches ensure our full attention to each and every roast, and we take care to respect the effort of every person involved in bringing us these coffees from their far-flung farms."