Last year marked a milestone for Five O’Clock Steakhouse, 2416 W. State St., which has been serving customers (and creating fond memories) for 75 years. That’s no small feat, especially given the events over the past few years, from a surge in the price of beef this summer to the overall stressors on the restaurant industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of our “Commitment to Community” in 2021 during the celebration of our 75th anniversary, the Five O’ Clock contributed over $31,500 in Cash, plus in-kind donations to 18 of our favorite local charities.

Charities Include: Hunger Task Force, Cappuchin Community Services, Our Next Generation, Broadscope Disability Services, Milwaukee Center For Independence, Milwaukee Rescue Mission, Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative, Dryhootch, Sojourner Family Peace Center, Milwaukee County Historical Society, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee, MADACC, Wisconsin Humane Society, Charge Against Cancer, Milwaukee Street Angels Outreach.

We look forward to serving the Milwaukee area for 75 more years while also continuing a commitment to our community.



Five O’ Clock Steakhouse, formerly Coerper’s Five O’ Clock Club, has been a family-owned and independently operated Milwaukee steakhouse since 1946. Five O’Clock specializes in serving the finest steaks and seafood paired with a notable wine list, classic cocktails, as well as outstanding, personalized service. The Alley Cat Lounge at Five O’Clock Steakhouse features Milwaukee’s best free live music, classic cocktails and a 1940’s retro-lounge ambiance.

They are a destination dining experience beginning with cocktails and ending with entertainment; making dinner last into the night. Five O’Clock Steakhouse is the only supper club left in the Midwest region; the oldest remaining Supper Club in Milwaukee dating back to 1946.