Milwaukee Burger Company

Milwaukee Burger is more than your average burger joint, their libations and drink concoctions are impressive too. Happy hour is Monday-Friday 3-6pm and 9pm-close, and Saturday/Sunday 9pm-close, and have expanded their taps to a staggering 40 options. Their enormous Bloody Marys are ranked among the best by our readers, and they offer six different styles, including the Big Mil Bloody, garnished with a mini-cheeseburger, bacon, and cheddar cheese. Popcorn is free. Food served after 10pm on Friday and Saturday.

Average: 3.33
Out of 42 Reviews

 • Food after 10pm

 • Daily Specials

 • Eau Claire Eastside

Milwaukee Burger Company
2620 E Clairemont Ave.
Eau Claire, WI

 Attached to Restaurant

This burger restaurant features wide array of burger concoctions, piled high with a wide variety of bacons, meats, sauces, and of course, plenty of gooey cheese. They also offer a build-your-own option and veggie burgers, portobello caps, and chicken options for all of their burgers. The signature "MBC Grind" patties feature a blend of short rib, brisket, and chuck. Menu also includes wings, pub sandwiches, and salads. Their bar offers 40+ tap beers and an array of drink concoctions, known for the bloody mary options. Their gigantic cheese curds are routinely voted the best cheese curds in the valley in our Best of the Chippewa Valley reader's poll. Receive a free birthday shot or free meal (Under $10) if you bring 8+ people. Open late.

 • Late Night Eats

 • Vegetarian Friendly

 • Fish Fry

 • Birthday Specials

 • Daily Specials

 • American Casual

 • Bar & Grill

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Great burgers, and awesome cheese curds. They have a pretty good selection of beer, and some of the "specialty beers" change every so often. I did the "Big Milwaukee" and finished in 14min. Good fresh meat, and juicy as all get out!


Enjoyed a juicy cheeseburger, fat cheese curds, and even some fries. The burger was fresh and satisfying. The fries were mediocre and I can't remember what style they were. The curds seem to be the main appetizer to order.. large cubes (ala Dooleys?), lightly battered, with gooey cheddar cheese. My only real complaint is that if you order a "normal" cheeseburger, almost everything has an add-on price. My cheese and onions both had an indiviual price. The fries were not included either. Overall, a good experience for my tastebuds.