Mo's A Place For Steaks
720 N Plankinton Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53203
Phone: (414) 272-2714
Fax: (414) 272-2714
Fax Number: (414) 272-2714
Mo's A Place for Steaks - Milwaukee
Mo’s...A Place for Steaks
Parking: Paid, Valet
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Barbecue, Steakhouse, Bar & Grills
Alcohol: Full Bar
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05/21/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Really great place for steak and seafood. We went there expecting it to be OK, nothing special. We were blown away. Mo's can compete with the best places in Chicago. Our server clued us into the Lobster Ceviche, which was divine. Then for dinner my husband had steak- prepared perfectly and I had Sea Bass- prepared with an amazing risotto. Really great service and food. It is our favorite place in Milwaukee. You can not go wrong eating at Mo's.
10/06/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My boyfriend and I had a gift certificate to Mo's, we were really excited to try it out seeing we've only
really experienced Mr. B's and Michael's house of Prime. We were there on a Friday night, seemed to
be fairly busy but not annoying.
We ordered drinks that took 10 minutes to get. We had a waiter and a waitress,which is nice if they are both attentive but completely frustrating and pointless if they aren't.
I ordered the ""special"" which was an 8oz fliet with scallops. The steak was good, but I ordered mine medium rare and my boyfriend ordered his medium, they got it switched which wouldn't have been a big deal but they were different cuts.
I also had a side of sauteed mushrooms that were salty and mushy. If I'm paying $180 for dinner: NAIL THE MUSHROOMS.
The scallops were the most disappointing. They were done well but completely gritty.
There's nothing more romantic than feeling sand on your teeth.
I was pretty disappointed. I can let certain things slide but Sauteing mushrooms in my
opinion is basic cooking 101.
I will stick with places like Mr. B's.
08/04/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I tried Mo's for the first time on a date. I thought the service was great and on top of their game. I order the filet and thought it was great. I'm a picky steak eater as I work in the cattle industry and I would recommend Mo's, as their name indicates, as ""A Place for Steaks."" The only downfal was that their steak selection was a bit limited for my tastes, so was their specials. I think there was one that night.
07/19/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Mo's was a pleasant suprise. Service was strong and smart without being overbearing. Selection of wines was impressive, though a tad celebrity based (Coppola, Andretti, etc.) and was slightly overpriced. Steaks were limited, but VERY good. As a steakhouse, I was suprised that the biggest steak was a 20 oz. Seems to be a trend with steakhouses, and one that I am not thrilled about. No, Mo's does not need at 64 oz er like the Chop House in Chicago, but 20 just won't do. 32 or 36 would be nice, and possibly at Porterhouse for two would be nice (I usually order one of these for myself). The upside of the small steaks is that you have room for the sides which were all good (corn, spinach gratin and jalapeno hash), but the biggest suprise was that there was room for dessert. I am NOT a sweets guy. The Chocolate Bread Pudding is AMAZING. Best I've ever had.
Great meal topped off with a great dessert. Mo's has little to no pretension in the place. They let the food speak for itself, and the small steaks do a nice job.