Magellan’s on Main Street

At Magellan’s we offer the most amazing pizza you’ll ever indulge in and the choice of beer is endless as we have the most taps (56 to be exact) in Waukesha. From your typical pilsner to your smokiest stout, we’ve got it. Artisanal cocktails? Yes, we’ve got them and we change them out seasonally so you’re never bored at Magellan’s. The main building has been a bar/restaurant for nearly 70 years. Purchased by Dan Italiano and established as Magellan’s in 2007, it was expanded in 2008 when Italiano acquired the former “Aquatics Emporium” fish store next door and turned it into his main dining room. The building was completely remodeled in 2015 and Magellan’s has continued to evolve ever since, with expanded outdoor dining and live music all summer long.

Magellan's FNL
Magellan's bar
Magellan's beer
Magellan's Bloody Mary
Magellan's cocktail
Magellan's Dining Room
Hours Open:

Monday: Closed;

Tuesday & Wednesday: 3 PM To 11 PM;

Thursday:  3 PM To 1 AM;

Friday: 3 PM To 2 AM;

Saturday: 11 AM To 2 AM;

Sunday: 11 AM To 9 PM

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