Welcome to Water Street Pub and Grill
We are a neighborhood bar and grill in the beautiful Village of Menomonee Falls offering casual comfort food, cocktails, and hospitality. We are excited to be a part of such an amazing community and being the local spot to gather in Menomonee Falls.
Check back often or follow us on social media for new food, nightly specials and events.
If you are looking for a place to have an event or gathering, send us a message. We would love to help. We can accommodate groups of 40 or less.
Tuesdays – Feud Masters Trivia – Family Feud style trivia at 7pm.
See our Full Menu!
Happy Hour – Monday thru Friday 11am-5pm – $3 Domestic Beers.
Tuesdays are for Quesadillas. 20% off quesadillas.
Thursday – $6 Burgers! All our burgers are $6 (add-ons are as priced)
Friday Fish Fry – Check out our Fish Fry Menu at the bottom of our main menu here.
Saturday – 20% off appetizers before 5pm.
Our Friday Fish Fry
On Fridays we offer:
- Fried Cod,
- Baked Cod
- Pan Fried Walleye
- Blackened Walleye
- Coconut Shrimp.
All served with your choice of Fries or Potato Pancakes, and coleslaw.
Where we are located…
Water Street Pub and Grill is located on the corner of Water Street and Pershing Avenue in the beautiful Village of Menomonee Falls. You will find us next door to the CostCo gas station and near Whitestone Station.
You can also walk, bike or run here via the Bugline Trail. From Shady Lane, simply cross Appleton Ave. and turn right onto Apple Tree Court. The Bugline Trail continues on at the end of Apple Tree Court and leads right to your reward at Water Street Pub and Grill.
Through the Years
In the early twentieth century, the building that is currently Water Street Pub and Grill was the Gettleman Hotel. The Gettleman hotel, provided beds and hot lunches for seasonal laborers at the nearby sugar beet factory. Between 1910 and 1918 the sugar beet factory employed as many as four hundred seasonal laborers, including women, and children.
In 1936, Alois (Chief) Otzelberger purchased the Gettelman hotel, which he owned and operated until his retirement in 1963. Alois’ eldest son, Carl, then operated the tavern and it was known as Otzelberger’s Tavern.