So not the Pizza Man of yore (the original was destroyed by fire), and yet, so like it. The owners have capitalized on the best parts of the old joint – the thin-crust pizza, staples like wild boar ravioli, and extensive selection of by-the-glass wines. They’ve also proven that cream cheese is genius on a pizza.
Open for lunch, dinner and now Sunday brunch, this Italian dining restaurant offers all the classics from mouthwatering pizza to pasta and lots in between. You can even practice your bocce ball skills with their year-round tournaments and teams.
Sunny dining room/open kitchen where the bill of fare comes in a bowl. The menu features grain-, vegetable- and smoothie-based bowls. Highlights: chocolate peanut-butter smoothie and Green Goddess barley bowl.
Wondering how a vessel full of healthy foods came to be called a “Buddha bowl,” I do what comes naturally in our tech-dominated age: turn to Google. It turns out something so zen-sounding doesn’t just refer to plant-based meals-in-a-bowl but also to superfoods (acai fruit), nuts and grains all nestled in one dish.
This modern hotel restaurant serves a sophisticated yet approachable menu.
The 10-year-old Delafield Hotel’s sale to a new owner in 2015 preceded – and prompted – a complete aesthetic and culinary overhaul of the restaurant formerly known as Andrew’s.
A Milwaukee tradition since 1923, Alioto’s serves all the classics to make it a great evening out. We recommend heading over on a Friday to sample one of their delicious fish fry options: broiled cod, perch fry and the walleye are just three options to get you started. Reservations are recommended.