Last updated on July 3rd, 2019 at 07:21 pm
Address: 630 S. Fifth St., Walker’s Point
Cuisine: Modern American
Chef: Miguel Navarro
Mood: Industrial-chic cafe, bar and restaurant with a motorcycle-filled interior
Pricing: Breakfast entrees $7-10, lunch and dinner entrees $8-15, brunch entrees $7-12
Fuel Cafe Fifth Street is a casual motorcycle-themed cafe, bar and restaurant that opened in February 2017 in Walker’s Point. It is Milwaukee-based operator Mojofuco Restaurants’ second Fuel restaurant. The first location opened in Riverwest in 1993.
The restaurant, which serves modern American food with “both comforting and healthy options,” is open daily for all-day breakfast, lunch and dinner, and weekend brunch. It offers daily happy hour specials from 3 to 6 p.m.
Among the most popular menu items are the Chicken and French Toast, the Korean Bowl, and The Gatsby sandwich. Popular drink offerings include its bloody Mary and The Bomb, which is champagne, Aperol and a bomb pop. Its space features a circular bar, cafe seating, dining area and outdoor patio. It also functions as a venue for private or corporate events.
“Fuel Café Fifth St. is the space to enjoy all styles of dining with accessibility to a separated mezzanine for business lunches and gatherings,” the restaurant said.
- A popular drink, called The Bomb, is champagne, Aperol and a bomb pop. Fuel’s bar also offers 15 local beers on tap.
- Fuel Cafe on South Fifth Street offers outdoor patio seating.
- The Korean Bowl is carrots, bean sprouts, broccoli, zucchini, bok choy, kimchi, brown rice, poached egg and bibimbap sauce.