Lively storefront space. Ease into it with a sandwich Cubano, ropa vieja (shredded flank steak), and tostones (fried plantains).
The modern space with chocolate-brown walls on the corner of Mason and Milwaukee is devoted to classic, regional cuisine. Housemade four-cheese ravioli, ossobuco and rack of lamb with mint pesto are all specialties worth considering. Tiny and intimate.
The cuisine is inspired by chef/co-owner Gregory León’s interest in the Iberian Peninsula. Menu changes often and might include rabbit, pork, beef or fresh fish. Read more…
With a tagline of “Meat. Cheese. Beer,” Millioke celebrates the food and drink for which our fine city is known. The décor is fresh and modern, but also plays on Milwaukee’s historic charm by keeping the Cream City brick walls exposed. Read more…
Entrées (meat or veg-based) are served on a wafer-thin, spongy pancake made of teff. Here, diners are encouraged to eat with their hands. Utensils are optional. The beef and lamb stews are especially good.
In an inconspicuous- looking storefronton Wisconsin Avenue, people are doing the unthinkable – eating without utensils.