Welcome to the historic Port Hotel Restaurant, located in the heart of downtown Port Washington. Enjoy Sunday brunch, noon luncheons, or dinner in the old world charm of our restaurant. The menu features tender steaks and fresh seafood with a hint of traditional German faire. The cocktail lounge features locally-brewed ale and a menu of fine wines.
Whether you are sailing into the harbor or visiting Port Washington for the first time, the Port Hotel offers great food, great service, and a great place for your next getaway or special occasion. Our uncompromising quality has won the readers choice award for best steak house, best hotel dining, and best special occasion restaurant. Dennis Getto of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel gives the Port Hotel three stars. Bon appetite!
|Reservations are preferred
To plan your next lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch, please call (262) 284-9473 or (262) 377-6195.Consider The Port Hotel for your next Retirement party, Birthday, Wedding Rehearsal or other special event. Specialty Menus and Banquet Areas are available.
|FALL AND WINTER HOURS
Outdoor Dining! Come savor the beautiful Wisconsin summer while enjoying our new outdoor patio dining area.Special Events at The Port Hotel. We plan a variety of Special Events throughout the year. Check out our Special Events Calendar and join us for Labor Day, Oktoberfest, Thanksgiving, and more.Free Parking is available in our private lot and on the surrounding streets. Gift Certificates are available in any denomination in the restaurant, by phone, or here on our web site.See you soon!Recent Customer Comments:Angelo L. said, “My wife and I had the most wonderful prime rib dinner at the Port Hotel. The service was excellent, and the food was just great. We had a martini at the bar, and it was perfect. While we sipped our drinks, the waitress came to take our order, and shortly after, we were escorted to a very elegant table full of hot bread and appetizers. The atmosphere was relaxed, the wait-staff attentive, and the value for your money just topped off a romantic dinner.”