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Maxie’s is a boisterous Cajun, Creole and BBQ restaurant with southern inspiration from the “Low Country” cooking of the Carolinas, Creole and Cajun cooking of Louisiana, traditional slow-smoked Southern BBQ, and southern comfort cooking of all kinds. Maxie’s in Wauwatosa is conveniently located immediately north of Interstate 94 and the 68th Street off-ramp.

Their authentic Southern cuisine includes local food with a Southern twist as well as Southern-inspired dishes with their own Maxie’s flare. Their raw bar features fresh oysters and shrimp flown in 5 days a week from some of the best purveyors on the East Coast. Their famous happy hour, Milwaukee’s Happiest Happy Hour from 4-6 p.m. with $1 fresh-shucked oysters! Make sure to try their signature soup Maxie’s Mighty-Mighty Gumbo, filled to the brim with chicken, andouille, crawfish, rice, and scallion, this 12oz Southern delight will transport you straight to Louisiana. Their bar offers a hand picked selection of quality wines, micro-brewed and imported beers, and top-shelf liquors. Maxie’s serves from a whiskey list of 125 selections, including rare and ultra-premium bourbons and ryes.

Don’t just come (or stay) for the food and drinks. Private & semi-private spaces are available for your next event. With their southern roots and Louisiana inspiration, Mardi Gras is always a great time at Maxi’s. Make sure to check out their other special events and specials. Maxi’s is also a proud sponsor of the Tosa Farmers Market.