Bottle House 42 is an approachable and modern restaurant that shares space with a working brewery. Named as a nod to the building that houses the restaurant, it was once building number 42 on the Pabst Brewing Company campus. The remodeled site was built in the 1970s and was the last to be constructed by Pabst.

Bottle House 42 serves upscale brewhouse favorites and a selection of great beers and craft cocktails. The restaurant boasts a large living plant wall and is covered by a glass atrium. The architecture is bright, modern, and sleek. This great glass beer hall is a casual place for friends and family to gather and relax.

The restaurant and building, The 42, can be rented for events and has many unique private and semi-private options. The Venue, which overlooks the Fiserv Forum, has a huge video screen and garage doors that open to the east. The Rooftop at Bottle House 42 features a full bar, and an amazing view of the city skyline. The rooftop is open to the public and can also be rented for private events including weddings, social and corporate festivities. And lastly, the Bottle House 42 Beer Garden which expands the front of the restaurant is a casual, dog-friendly outdoor patio with beer-hall style seating and a great casual vibe.

The location in the Brewery District is near entertainment venues such as the Fiserv Forum and the Deer District make it perfectly situated for people looking for a great place to eat before the show. The central location is also near hotels, high-rises, and condos that draw both visitors and young professionals who work or live nearby.

Rooftop Couches