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About Seven Seas
Linda & Jack Weissgerber would like to Welcome you to Seven Seas - one of suburban Milwaukee's most outstanding lakeside restaurants! The Seven Seas Restaurant is nestled in the scenic hills of the Kettle Moraine on the East shore of beautiful Lake Nagawicka, located just minutes from Waukesha or Madison’s East Side.
The Seven Seas has been family owned and operated since 1981 and enjoys a fine reputation for excellent steak & seafood and attentive service in a hospitable and beautiful atmosphere. The Weissgerber family and staff will be happy to serve you and your guests.
Hartland, WI 53029
Seafood, Prime Rib, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Sunday Brunch: 10:30am - 2:00pm; Dinner: Mon- Thurs 5pm - 9pm,
Fri 4:30-10pm Sat 5pm-10pm, Open Tuesday's May-Sep
**Please Note: No reservations accepted on Fridays
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
*LIVE MUSIC THE 1ST SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH!
*LIVE MUSIC IN THE LOUNGE NEW YEARS EVE 7pm - 12am
Jon LaPorte playing in the piano bar Dance Floor open
Own parking lot with pull up round about directly to front door
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Dancing, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
*Wine Social 1st Monday of the Month
*Dine with Wine Dinners
Seven Seas Ratings and Reviews
This place seems to have gone downhill...
We have been there numerous times in the past for special night outs, etc. We always enjoyed our experience...however, this time is was fairly bad. For one, our waitress seemed to be in a hurry and as a result knocked over 1 drink and spilled some of another...We went to Seven Seas as we like to enjoy seafood - but the restaurant had limited offerings for one labeled a Seafood Restaurant. They now have German food on the menu (which , I am assuming is there because they closed their German restaurant). If I wanted German food, I would go to a German restaurant. My wife decided on Scallops as she had their scallop dish in the past. The entree came and it only contained 3 scallops...3! In the past their entrees would have 6 scallops. We asked the waitress and she said in a effort to reduce prices, they reduce the size of their meals. Well we looked at the old menu with the other scallop dish on it (that contained 6 scallops) and the price difference was only $3. I think we would have paid $3 more for 3 scallops. Very disappointing overall and quite frankly, we don't think we will ever go back.
Ate at Seven Seas with a group of 7 for New Years dinner. The atmosphere was very nice, our service; server (Erin) was awesome...very attentive and prompt. The menu choices had something for everyone in our party, and all said their choice was delicious, my comp,ements to the chef
The food and service was excellent. Unfortunately we were seated by the bar whoch had a few extremely drunk patrons watching a college football game. They were obnoxiously loud for where they were. Management should have stepped in and either calmed them down or asked them to leave.
We have gone here for many years but never on a Saturday night.
We were seated without being provided a wine list which once we asked, was very extensive.
We waited far too long for our server. Once he showed up he was great.
I ordered the Sauerbraten and the meat was very dry and sauce was not very authentic.
My husbands barbecue ribs were also dry.
The Seven Seas has been aa generational pass down for me. My Grandparents (especially my Grandfather) would go out there on a regular basis (60+ years ago). It was the last place I took my Father out to dinner before he passed away and it has been a place my Partner and I have enjoyed many dinners there. We even celebrated his Mother's 90th birthday there with a very large party. The food has always been spot on, with something new always on the menu. I would highly recommend the Seven Seas if this is your first trip to a Wisconsin Supper Club or if you are an old pro. Well worth the visit.
Our waitress was very busy with a big table she was helping with. Because of that it took along time to get our bill and our food. I put on the reservation on line that we had a birthday we were celebrating. If I didn't speak up we would have never had a celebratory dessert. She also said right away not to expect her to sing Happy Birthday. We did it on our own. I would say the waitress was rushed and somewhat rude.
The food was good and the dessert (when I finally got it) was great. It took along time to get the dessert. Almost to the point that we were going to just leave. We also waited a very long time to finally get the check. She didn't check up with us if our food was good and she didn't pick up the money until we were walking out. Our group gets together every Friday for a fish fry. I doubt if the Seven Seas will be part of our rotation of places we go to.
Four things were disappointing about our dining experience. The server never told us the specials, we heard another server telling a different table as we were finishing our meals. The vegetable side was "chefs choice" and it was an odd combination of vegetables that did not play well with the entree. The food presentation and taste did not match the $25 plus entree cost and lastly the tables are very close together so we had to talk over the table next to us.
We went to the Seven Seas for a special work occasion with a party of seven. We enjoyed cocktails on the patio for a half hour before the time of our reservation. It was delightful until we were seated at our reservation time of 6 pm. Once we were seated, the waitress started to take our order. The first person ordered a glass of wine. The next person wanted to see the wine list so the waitress left to get it. Over a half hour later the waitress returned with the glass of wine and we ordered a bottle of wine to share with the rest of the table. She left and a half hour later we got our bottle of wine. She did not return again until about 7:45 when we were able to place our order for dinner. She left to place our order. We waived her down shortly thereafter and requested another bottle of wine. After about 15 minutes we flagged down the hostess to find out where our wine was. We did get the bottle served shortly thereafter. At about 8:15 the dinners, minus one, were served. I did not get my dinner for about another 10 minutes. When I received my dinner, it turned out to be the zwiebel meal not the sauerbraten I had ordered. My dinner turned out to be in front of another person in our party who was not familiar with the dish and had not realized she had the wrong meal. We finished eating about 9 pm and had to flag down the hostess to get our bill. Once we got the bill, it was another 10 minutes waiting, so I finally went to to the front desk to pay the bill. I do not blame the waitress - the restaurant was clearly understaffed. I am incensed that they neglected our party, that had a reservation. NOTE: our bill was $380.00. We previously went here for a party of 14 for my restirement in April, with a reservation, and had a similar problem, with a bill of well over $600 that time.
Had Sunday brunch in early September. Very good service and good food. They offered an omelet and waffle bar and one choice of entree and bacon, sausage, chicken, ribs, potatoes and rolls and muffins were served family style. All were prepared very well. Really nice atmosphere provided for a good brunch at Seven Seas.
This is and has been our favorite restaurant for many years. Food is always wonderful, service is always friendly, most beautiful surroundings, and when we see Mrs. Weissgerber and her daughter, we know all is well. We always miss Mr. Weissgerber and remember our last time with him, he sat down at our table, played the accordion and chatted with our guests who were visiting us from Europe. A year ago or so when my son Tom & Lori who live in GA asked if the Chef would share a recipe with them, they received a letter with the hand written recipe and a few "extra greetings". Thank you to everyone connected with The SEVEN SEAS. We enjoyed dinner a couple of nights ago when the GA son & daughter-in-law stopped on our way out to tell you how they enjoyed their dinners. With our appreciation and love, John & Betty Dewey
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