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until the democratic national convention comes to milwaukee!

Welcome to Miss Lizzie’s


Any time you come to a show at the Miller High Life Theatre, we invite you to enjoy a quality beverage at Miss Lizzies in our outer lobby!

Elizabeth PlankintonElizabeth Plankinton (1853 – 1923) was an American philanthropist in the early 20th century, the daughter of Milwaukee businessman John Plankinton. She supported local artists and artisans. She purchased a $10,000 pipe organ for the then-new, half-million-dollar 1909 Milwaukee Auditorium. The people of Milwaukee called Miss Plankinton the “municipal patroness” because of her generosity, and she was also known as “Miss Lizzie.”

In 1909, Hampton’s Magazine described Miss Lizzie as:

“… not merely a woman of fashion. She is a traveler, especially in unbeaten paths. She is a business woman of ability, thoroughly versed in legal usages. Above all, Miss Plankinton is a generous and public-spirited citizen of her native city.”

Rent Miss Lizzie’s

Miss Lizzie’s is available for your next reception, party or client hospitality gathering. Just visit “Book Your Event” and contact one of our salespeople, or complete the form at the bottom and attach your event RFP.

Miss Lizzie would like to introduce you to our history

Check out the image galleries below to get a peek at Miss Lizzie’s and into the past century and more of Milwaukee history that happened in our building!

Photos of Miss Lizzie’s

Thorsten Lindberg Murals in the Miller High Life Theatre

Historical image of the Milwaukee Auditorium


During these difficult times we have truly come to appreciate community and the support we receive from our colleagues, family and friends. We look forward to when entertainment, sports and leisure activities resume. Please stay safe. We hope to see you soon.