Most people at some time in their life want to be a spy. Most people tend to be afraid to risk their life though. For those that do not mind risking life and limb for their country they soon find out that the real world of spying is not as exciting as it is in the movies. But what if you could have all the fun of being a spy and the safety of knowing you are the good guy who can not be killed? That would make for a great experience. Well in Milwaukee you can do that at the Safe House.
The Safe House is located at 779 North Front Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. When you first go to The Safe House you will probably not think you are in the right place because there are no signs saying The Safe House. The only signs say that it is International Exports Limited. James Bond fans will know that is one of the business covers Bond travels under. So if you found International Exports you found the right place.
To get in you will need a password after 8PM. Before 8 they often just let anyone in. If you do not know the password don’t worry they tend to let anyone in anyway. In fact many famous celbrities have eaten at The Safe House. We are talking hundreds of celebrities. In fact a few films and shows have used The Safe House bar.
The Safe House is not famous for its food. What it is famous for is the theme. The Safe House is kind of old and getting a bit run down. Being at The Safe House is like being in an old Pink Panther film. They have not done much to update The Safe House to be more modern but for many that is part of its charm. There are all kinds of secrets in The Safe House and you will have to keep coming back to learn them all.
If you like good food then The Safe House will disappoint. The food is pretty standard fare but not particularly good at best it is average. However for the wannabe gum shoe this place is great.
If you want a unique and fun experience then you should go to The Safe House. If you want to have some good food in Milwaukee then you should go somewhere else. While the food is not great though most people leave The Safe House happy. At least the ones who leave alive.