A frequent meeting place for physicians at nearby Froedtert Medical Center, Eddie??s is the place for that Prime Kobe tomahawk rib-eye you??ve always wanted to try. A solid choice for a filet, NY strip or (switching to the fresh catches) ahi tuna and sea scallops.
Lines form early at the hostess station on the weekends. If you don’t mind a backless stool, the bar is comfortable and manned by a team of fast, friendly servers. Executive chef/co-owner Joe Muench offers familiar ideas packaged in untraditional ways. Don’t miss the stuffed browns, hoppel poppel and monkey bread. Read more…
One of Milwaukee’s classic frozen custard stands. This stand dishes up frozen custard, hot chili, burgers, cookies and Gilles T-shirts.
A Tosa staple. you cannot go wrong with Balistreri’s. We recommend one of their tasty pizza pies with the thinnest and crispiest crust you’ve ever tasted. Other delicious Italian items also always available.
The food is delicious and Chef Feker’s menu has a good range of options from simple pastas to exotic fish so everyone in the family can find something to fill their bellies.
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He may be cranky, but Al makes some darn good donuts: racks and racks of ‘em. Prepare to wait in line for one of Wauwatosa’s best morning destinations. Cranky Al’s donut menu offers all the usuals, and a bunch of un-usuals too – mainly in the form of cake donuts… (Read More).
The tacos served here are in the style of L.A. taco trucks; the margaritas are made with free-squeezed lime juice. You build your margarita by choosing the tequila – there’s no shortage of options.
If you’ve never been to Balistreri’s before, the thin crust pizza (literally any kind) is a must. Some other delectable Italian dishes include veal scallopini, Bistecca alla Siciliano – Steak Sicilian Style, and of course the delicious Friday Fish Fry.
While the decor conjures up a pseudo-bordello (red paint, crystal-like chandeliers), the cuisine takes off in various directions: BBQ (really fine beef brisket), raw oysters from the coasts, Louisiana jambalaya, and ??low country?? South Carolina specialties like?frogmore stew. A mint julep will get you in the mood.