Downtown is a dining destination without question. It is also a place for some of the best fine dining in the Kenosha Area. You’ll find everything from Italian and Avant Garde menus, to small plates, supper club vibes, and even a wine bar. Here are a few of the fine dining venues that you can enjoy the next time you’re looking to step up your night out!
1844 Table & Mash – Located inside the Stella Hotel & Ballroom, this new venue offers a supper club atmosphere. The menu offers grilled pork chops, steaks, fresh seafood and more, as well as an extensive signature cocktail list.
Apis Resturant – You’ll feel like you are in the big city at this modern venue with sleek lines and a rooftop bar. The menu features globally inspired and locally sourced small plates, entrees, and even brunch!
Ashling on the Lough – Don’t like the Irish Pub theme fool you. The meals are hearty, and the venue is welcoming. This is the perfect place to gather your family or group for a delicious night out for pot roast, fish and chips, or a traditional corned beef dinner.
Ono – Enjoy a vibrant atmosphere and expertly craft appetizers, sushi and maki! You’ll be transported by the culinary team’s bold flavors and beautiful plating.
Sazzy B – This jazzy bistro specializes in craft cocktails, creative pastas, small plates and seasonally inspired entrees. In addition to nightly dining, special events like wine pairings are often on the calendar.
Villa D’Carlo – Large portions of Italian classics, a famous kidney bean salad, and a full bar make this long-time Kenosha business a favorite for special occasions and everyday dining.
Wine Knot – Wine flights, small plates, and a seasonal menu make this eatery a favorite for fine dining. Chops, steaks, seafood and their house-made meatloaf are among the popular dishes.
When you’re looking for a fine dining venue, go no further than Dowtnown Kenosha.
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(This article first appeared in the Fall 2022 Downtown Kenosha Magazine)
Editorial & photos by Visit Kenosha