The Bridge Inn
It is the best sports bar in Wisconsin offering a wide range of activities from live music, to pool tournaments, to dart competitions and drinking festives.
The bridge inn is a sports bar and live music venue that provides a great night life experience!
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Have a safe Memorial Day weekend and remember the troops. We will be open at 10 every day and have the shuttle running Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy! We are Ozaukee County’s number one place for live music and watching sports!
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The Bridge is a fun place to unwind, meet with friends, grab a pizza & listen to live music. It’s spacious with lots of TV’s, a great jukebox and even an enclosed patio where you can grab a smoke and not freeze in the colder weather. The owners and staff are nice folks who treat their guests well and strive to keep The Bridge a place you’ll want to visit often. Their pizzas are GREAT.
This bar has it all. Lets face it – every great bar starts with great ownership and staff and The Bridge Inn has both. They have created a wonderful place that welcomes everyone and provides an unbelievably diverse an adaptive environment that appeals to all ages. It is a hometown corner bar – relax, take a shake of the day, play some Golden Tee, darts or Pool, or talk out an issue with the patrons and staff. It’s a fantastic sports bar with so many TV’s your head spins – catch a packer game there and you’ll swear the cheering is like you’re at Lambeau. It’s a venue for partys – I’ve seen birthdays, retirements, showers, wedding partys, karaoke, bus stoppings – or some other wacky reason to have a party – list goes on and on. And, of course, they have become a well known destination to hear great bands and musicians in a very good sounding space (they have enhanced acoustics). The bands are booked far enough in advance that you can plan your night out. If you like to smoke, there is no better smoking area around – some people come to just smoke and have a beer like the old days. Almost every time I leave the The Bridge Inn my face hurts from laughing or smiling too much.