A warm, welcoming venue that??s worth the trip, whether or not you plan to shop at the mall. Look first at the fresh fish selections (seared tuna, barramundi), available with two sides. Also well-done: crab cakes, fried shrimp, and lobster Cobb salad. Affordable menus include ??Fashionably Early?? and nightly bar specials.
Build-a-pie workshop. Pick Roma tomato and strips of fresh basil with your sausage add fresh mushrooms, and you conjure summer. Add jalapenos and it’s a party. Cracker crust plus square shape for its medium and large pizzas equal old school.
Who needs to go to Munich when you can take the short trip to Glendale? The Bavarian Bierhaus doesn’t just brew beer, it also provides a massive beer hall, tap room and beer garden to drink it in.
Scrambled eggs, potatoes and salami; the “super” HP adds vegetables and cheese. Corned beef hash rarely disappoints. Nor does my Jewish deli fallback – a bagel topped with lox, cream cheese and red onion.
If you’re looking for something that’s a little bit higher up on the epicurean scale, this one’s for you. Maple-glazed, seared and thick-sliced duck breast is the bomb on its own. Layer it inside a warm, sturdy flour tortilla with queso, lettuce and the delicious chipotle salsa and the stars really align. One pro tip: Order the pureed black beans and scoop them into your taco! Head to Poco Loco Cantina in Brown Deer for this masterpiece.
Confusion may ensue upon entry. Is this Milwaukee or a farmhouse in France? Calling your name, in French: fried frog lags, ratatouille and cassoulet.
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Linen tablecloths and Tiffany lamps suggest refinement. And for decades, Pandl’s Whitefish Bay Inn has maintained an elegant yet homey atmosphere. Photos of the restaurant’s history hang on the walls and waitresses greet customers like old friends.