Eric's Porter Haus Exterior

About our Restaurant

We at Eric's strive to provide quality meals and great service in our unique ambiance that is sure to please all generations of your family. Built in 1848, this Greek Revival style building was originally the home of Industrialist and civic leader Isaac Lain. It was also the home of Edward Estberg, the former mayor of Waukesha, from 1904-1944. This beautiful building was designated as a National Historic site in 1974 and in 1982 it became an American Legion Post. We have been proud to call this stately historic building ours since 1997.

Eric's Porter Haus has been the supper club of choice in Waukesha since 1997. Eric's has been serving its loyal Waukesha customers beautiful, wet aged steaks, great seafood dishes and delicious all-you-can-eat fish fry. Our bar serves hand crafted cocktails, made the way they should be. Enjoy a homemade Old Fashioned before dinner, or perhaps a Grasshopper or Brandy Alexander following dinner.