F Street Hospitality
Face of Restaurant Hospitality
F Street Hospitality; (Left to right) John Levine, Louis Blackwell, Dell Mercado, Mandy Murphy, Jesse Wendel, Adam Miller, Chris Paulos, Steve Johnson, Josh Peterson, Kaelyn Cervero, Tracy Bredl, Chase Anderson, Becky Machi; (not pictured) Holli Behrens, Jay Culp, Jody Galewski, Audra Grueneberg, Annie Nolan, Mark Rossetti, Catey Seitz, Sandra Weinz; Photo by Boutique Photographer Linda Smallpage; Instagram: @boutiquephotographer | Facebook: Boutique Photographer | Linkedin: Linda Smallpage
As the corporate executive chef at F Street Hospitality, Adam Miller oversees the modern brewhouse fare at Bottle House 42, the delicious pies at Pizza Man, the catering at West Bend’s Timmer’s Resort and F Street’s newest taproom, Public House 55 in Brown Deer.
“Hospitality, to me, is not solely about service or food; it’s an experience from the moment you walk in the door,” Miller says. “I like to remind our staff we are not feeding people. We are building memories.”
Miller brings that level of care to the food served at each of F Street’s restaurants, as does the entire staff, who make each meal memorable.
“To me, hospitality means being the backdrop to long-lasting memories,” says Becky Machi, F Street’s director of sales. “Whether it is offering an amazing menu, signature service or a beautiful, unique venue that is talked about for years to come, we get to be a part of so many important life events, ranging from personal milestones to celebrations of professional accomplishments. That is something pretty special.”
Bottle House 42 (1130 N. Ninth St.), Public House 55 (8725 N. Deerwood Dr.), Brown Deer, Pizza Man (2597 Downer Ave.), Pizza Man (11500 W. Burleigh St., Wauwatosa), Pizza Man Pronto (6300 W. Mequon Rd., Mequon), Timmer’s Resort (5151 Timmer Bay Rd., West Bend)