When traveling to Milwaukee we really wanted to see this restaurant for several reasons. First, it is a themed restaurant dedicated to the world of espionage. Second, because of one of its peculiarities that is advertised, it is hidden in a typical American city alley, behind a door with the sign anonymously says: International Exports Ltd. Even so, we had to make several turns until we got to the door ... After opening the door you find yourself in a small room in which there is the typical English library furniture. And nothing more. Based on search, find a lever that if you pull the slide makes it one of the panels of the library, like in the movies. Then at the end of a long, dark passage (my son became frightened) you finally find the restaurant.
The place is decorated like an English pub, wood paneling and a multitude of gadgets related to the world of spies, especially James Bond. The truth is that it is curious and mysterious. The food, unfortunately, does not accompany the theme because the offer is limited to cold dishes: salads and sandwiches. The bar, however, is of far more grace, so I recommend going to take one thing and nothing else. Visual tricks abound (eg, open the toilet door and you find a wall walled) and the place is quite labyrinthine. To exit is not easy. You have to get in a phone booth, put a coin of 25 cents memorize the keycode you get, and then enter it on the keyboard. Finally, a door opens and after traveling another long and sinister passage, you will find yourself on the street.
Cafe Benelux and Market, located in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward, serves delicious food and drink with flavors from Belgium, Luxembourg, and The Netherlands. Cafe Benelux has a large indoor dining space as well as a beautiful outdoor section that is open seasonally. I've eaten at Cafe Benelux a couple of times now and have really enjoyed everything I've tried. They have delicious macaroni and cheese and mouth-watering bacon-wrapped meatloaf. Yum! All of the items on their menu also are paired with beer to compliment the flavors of the meal. Also open for brunch, try their cinnamon streusel french toast or waffles.