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.
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.
Bollywood Grill heralds dishes originating from all over India. We’d recommend their Masala Dosa, which is served with sambar and coconut chutney, or their Beef Korma, a beef curry cooked in cream, raisins, cashews and herbs.
Square lines, leather booths and an elegant bar define this Cudahy Tower space, a sure bet for foie gras, Strauss veal and the porterhouse for two. Desserts are definitely worth a look.
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The owners trekked the handsome old bar inside this cozy spot all the way from Boston. Known for Meatloaf Monday and for a relentlessly satisfying menu by executive chef Thi Cao, whose creations include a losbter roll to grilled hanger steak.
You??d expect a restaurant inside the Quadracci Pavilion to be bright, modern and anti-cafeteria. The menu??s verbiage touches on art (the Kandinski cookie, Bauhaus brat burger). Enjoy a chopped salad or trout with fingerling potatoes as you gaze out at the wide-blue yonder.
Founded by James Beard Award-winning chef Sanford D??Amato; owned by JBA winner Justin Aprahamian. Unsurpassed for service and impeccable food. The global cuisine incorporates products from a long list of Wisconsin farms. The chefs prepare everything in-house, including butchering, preserving and canning. Elk, duck, fresh fish are all good choices. Offers surprise tasting and exploration menus. Desserts (a dozen offerings) is compulsory.
Italian food is commonplace in grocery stores, but Glorioso’s pays homage to pasta with dozens of fresh and frozen varieties – not to mention the sauces (puttanesca, Bolognese), artisan cheeses and Italian cookies.
This far-more-fashionable sister of Kopp??s Custard also makes a darn good burger ?? the more dolled up, the better. In these crisp, coolly modern surroundings (the artwork changes often), a diverse audience attacks orders of wings, nachos, bacon grilled cheese sandwiches and (if feeling semi-healthy) the pork teriyaki salad. Elsa??s also has accomplished the rare feat of making broccoli taste good.
Has brought light back to the old Bosley on Brady space. Chef/owner Dane Baldwin (of Harbor House and Mr. B’s) brings his know-how to a hearty, flavorful little menu that includes fresh oysters, trout and beef short ribs. Read more…