The emphasis on eating without utensils draws greater attention to the textures and flavors of the meat and vegetarian stews served directly on a thin, spongy pancake. Pop for the chicken doro wat ?? a spicy chicken stew (drumstick included) with hard-boiled egg. Group of four or more diners? Even better. Bond over beef tibs.
Pub and guesthouse offering expecteds like house-roasted corned beef and cabbage, bangers and mash, Guinness pot roast and shepherd??s pie. A vegetarian menu offers meatless versions of some of those Irish classics. Drink Guinness and you??ll fit in well here.
Seasonal menu features things like cheese and charcuterie, charred octopus and Korean beef tartare. Also wood-roasted pizzas.
The upper-level dining room at View MKE was designed to accentuate the restaurant’s No.1 asset – the panorama of the city. When Wolf Peach exited the two-level Brewers Hill building in March, some fans of the space worried that the next occupant would mar the vista-based mystique. But in many respects, that has been enhanced. Read more…
This is so much more than a restaurant named after space debris. Diner-y eats like meatloaf with beer gravy and the compact turkey dinner are instant pick-me-ups.
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Celesta is the restaurant that evolved out of the Beatrix Foods vegan pop-ups run by Melanie Manuel. Occupying the old Jownai Fouquet (or Abu’s Jerusalem of the Gold, if you have a good memory) at 1978 N. Farwell Ave., Celesta is part of our city’s growing plant-based dining movement. Read more…
The lunch counter winds around this art deco dining room like a Formica serpent. Perfect morning fuel reads like this: hot coffee and blueberry pancakes.