There are tons of bars near The William! Enjoy a night out at some of Racine’s finest just minutes away from our community!
Marci’s On Main
236 Main St., Racine, WI 53403
Sun 9am-2am, Mon-Thur 11am-2am, Fri 11am-2:30am, Sat 9am-2:30am
Marci’s on Main is the home of the famous Loaded Bloody Marys. Marci’s changes their Bloody Mary themes and toppings weekly to give a returning customers a new Bloody experience different from what they’ve had before.
If Bloody Marys aren’t your drink of choice, try their award-winning Almond Old Fashioned made with their secret mix and Wisconsin’s Central Standard’s “North Brandy.”
If you’ve never had moonshine, now’s your chance! Marci’s has over 76 flavors of moonshine, including Banana Cream Pudding and Sour Blue Raspberry.
Grab your friends, get a drink, and try some crazy fried food, including pickles, avocados, cheese curds, “Cowballs,” wings, and more!
1201 N Main St, Racine, WI 53402
Sun 12pm-8pm, Mon-Fri 3pm-11pm, Sat 12pm-1am
Chris and George Popoff, brothers, founded George’s Tavern in 1946. Racine residents and visitors can always count on George’s to provide “Food, Fun & Friends.”
George’s has a lit parking lot and plenty of free street parking. Located near Downtown, North Beach, the Marina District, and the Riverfront, George’s Tavern is a pillar of Racine’s Lakefront establishments.
Pop in for some live music on the weekends to truly experience George’s Tavern.
The Ivanhoe Pub & Eatery
231 Main St, Racine, WI 53403
Mon-Thur 3pm-2am, Fri-Sun 11am-2:30am
The Ivanhoe Pub originally served Bohemian Brewing Company (Chicago, Illinois) beer when it first opened in 1891. Pabst bought the building in 1898 and rented it to a man who started a tavern and boarding house. Barney Richter, professional fighter, moved from California and purchased the building in the late 1920s.
Word on the street grew, saying many of the ’20s and ’30s best prizefighters would visit. Today, The Ivanhoe Pub is “the destination where outstanding people gather safely for camaraderie on an equal plane.”
Angry Brothers Pub & Grill
6501 Washington Ave, Racine, WI 53406 (inside The Lanes on 20)
Sun 11am-9pm, Mon 11am-10pm, Tue-Thur 11am-11pm, Fri & Sat 11am-12am
The Lanes history starts in 1958 when Norbert, father of The Lanes owner and one of Wisconsin’s best bowlers, founded Bluemound Bowl in Brookfield, Wisconsin. Norbert raised his family in Brookfield before purchasing Marathon Lanes in Union Grove.
Norbert went on to own Plaza Bowling Center in Racine for over 20 years before acquiring Paradise West, which is now The Lanes on 20.
The Lanes is “a unique family bowling center.” You’re likely to see Norbert, his sons David, John, Gregg, and Tom, or their wives, Karen, Patti, and Jackie there. You may even see Norbert’s grandchildren, Jordon, Cory, Ryan, Kevin, and Daniel working, or even his great-grandchildren!
Junction Pub & Grill
2835 Wisconsin St, Sturtevant, WI 53177
Mon-Thur 11am-2:30am, Fri-Sun 7am-2:30am
Junction Pub and Grill is “a beautifully updated bar” inside the historic, 120-year-old building at 2835 Wisconsin Street. The name is a representation of the town; Sturtevant was the junction of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific Railroads (referred to as “the Milwaukee Road”).
Visitors will see trains and railroads displayed inside the bar paying homage to Downtown Sturtevant’s railroad heritage.
Junction Pub and Grill is “where all of our friends and family meet.” Stop in for for lunch or dinner and munch on their appetizers, wings, sandwiches, or a made-to-order pizza.
Junction features an impressive assortment of liquor, specialty long islands, local craft beers, and a frozen alcoholic slushy machine making it easy for anyone to choose a beverage they’ll enjoy.