Breakfast, lunch, catering and coffee with a focus on delicious, locally sourced ingredients. Open 6:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday
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If you’re in the mood for a relaxed morning or weekend brunch, the Cafe at the Pfister should be on your list of destinations. Whether you’d like a quick bite to eat with a Starbucks® Coffee and baked-in-house pastry or you want to stay and enjoy a breakfast specialty like a Scottish Smoked Salmon Plate or some Farm Fresh Eggs, there are options for everyone.
The best seat in the house is at the kitchen counter, where you can watch your crab cakes, chopped salad and NY strip with Delmonico potatoes being prepared. The leather booths offer a little more privacy, and the bar, live entertainment and a nifty bar menu. Other standouts: fried surf clams and herb crumb-crusted halibut.
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The SURG-owned, high-tier steakhouse is a splurge experience. The menu offers decadences such as the Mangalitsa ravioli, lobster mac and cheese, and if you’re really feeling spendy, the “reserve cuts.”
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Lively storefront space. Ease into it with a sandwich Cubano, ropa vieja (shredded flank steak), and tostones (fried plantains).
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What fits more aptly in a city working to rebrand itself as a center of aquaculture than a modern seafood house?
The owners of marbled and glossy Third Coast Provisions opened their Milwaukee Street space in hopes of filling our area’s dearth of seafood options. Although the restaurant’s name refers to our shoreline, the Great Lakes aren’t the main source of the menu’s fresh catches. In these modern times, it doesn’t matter where you are – fresh seafood flown in daily to the Midwest from the coasts is no sweat. Read more…