Dream Dance Steak: Fine Dining in Milwaukee
Milwaukee is no stranger to good food, but don’t limit your appetite to craft brews and cheese curds. Find exquisite fine dining right in the heart of the Midwest at Dream Dance Steak. This Milwaukee top-30 restaurant features a recently refined dining menu and an extensive wine list, plus an atmosphere fit for enjoying the finer things in life.
“We have a lot to offer here at Dream Dance that a lot of other restaurants don’t get to offer,” says Chef Chase Anderson. “We have the best of the best ingredients at reasonable prices.” Dream Dance Steak gracefully walks the fine line between steakhouse and fine dining restaurant, offering so much more than just steak. You’ll find fresh produce, fresh seafood, fine meats, charcuterie and Wisconsin cheeses, plus a jaw-dropping wine cellar. “We have everything, and we’re able to have everything because we have so many resources here at the casino,” Chef Chase explains.
The dinner menu at Dream Dance Steak is ever-evolving, with seasonal innovations rotating in alongside established favorites. The restaurant revamped its offerings in late 2017 and now features a popular “Pick Three for 49” dining option. Guests can build their own three-course dinner with a variety of selections for any palate.
If your dream dinner includes a perfect wine pairing, check out Dream Dance Steak’s impressive wine list. Hundreds of bottles cover a wide range of tastes and price points, with knowledgeable servers to help you make the best selection. Close vendor relationships allow Dream Dance Steak to offer wines that other restaurants cannot.
Dream Dance Steak straddles two worlds – fine dining establishment and casino restaurant. The skill lies in striking a balance between steakhouse and gourmet dining, equally accessible and impressive for casino-goers and gourmet foodies alike. “I really feel it’s important to cook with love, to cook with heart,” says Chef Chase. “If you have confidence about what you’re cooking, you’ll end up with a good product.”