On Friday, September 11 2015 at 6pm, Milwaukee's iconic Five O'Clock Steakhouse will host the first annual Milwaukee Man Dinner - Beef, Bourbon & Brandy Benefit. A portion of the night's proceeds will directly benefit the Milwaukee Rescue Mission "Safe Harbor" Program ,providing refuge and hope for local men seeking to transform their lives through emergency assistance, shelter, counseling, education & job resources.
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