Pabst’s new downtown wedding venue could be denied its licenses

A Common Council committee is recommending denial of operating licenses for The Fitzgerald, a private events venue at 1119 N. Marshall St.

A downtown Milwaukee wedding venue owned by Pabst Theater Group would not get its operating licenses under a city panel’s new recommendation.

The Fitzgerald, under its previous ownership as Villa Filomena, for 17 years has hosted weddings and other private events at 1119 N. Marshall St.

A Pabst Theater Group affiliate bought the property in July for $1.55 million, according to state real estate records.

Pabst renamed the building, a former mansion built in 1874, as The Fitzgerald — a reference to its first owner, Great Lakes ship captain Robert Patrick Fitzgerald. And it continued to host weddings this summer.

But, that business now appears in peril after the Common Council’s Licenses Committee recommended denying a tavern license and public entertainment license for The Fitzgerald.

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