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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!

Bakery: Simma's


817 N. 68th St., Wauwatosa


$-$$$ Cheesecake menu, Specialty menu, Signature cakes menu

Great place to grab special bakery for meetings, parties, etc. The best cheesecake in town, according to the Shepherd Express (and anyone who's eaten one).

Doughnuts: Cranky Al's


6901 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa


$ - $$$ Doughnut menu, Food menu

"Cranky’s is just about the only place in the world where doughnuts and pizza live together in harmony, unlike Susie & Al. At Cranky’s, we serve quality, hand-crafted foods to bring a little joy to your day. Start with our hand-cut doughnuts, muffins and scones or hot breakfast items served with responsibly sourced coffee."

Doughnuts: Grebe's Bakery


5132 W. Lincoln Ave., West Allis (Main bakery)


$ - $$ Bakery menu, Lunch menu

An old-style working man's bakery. The place to get old-fashioned cruellers (pronounced "crawlers"), Sunday morning hot ham and rolls, or a lunch sandwich. Many of their baked goods are available at local gas stations, grocery stores, or quick marts.

Doughnuts: National Bakery


Original location: 3200 S. 16th St., Milwaukee   (414) 672-1620

Also located:

5637 Broad St., Greendale  (414) 423-4620  and 13820 W. Greenfield Ave., Brookfield   (262) 827-4097


"National Bakery & Deli was founded in 1925 in the heart of an old Polish neighborhood by Louis Wisniewski. As we understand, Louis named it National Bakery & Deli because he interpreted National in his native Polish language to signify for the people. The tradition of quality baking has prospered over the years and attracts people throughout the Milwaukee area and the state of Wisconsin. Its reputation makes it the busiest bakery in town! " Get your paczki here!