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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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.
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.
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.
Sweet breakfast items include a luscious raspberry-stuffed challah French toast with raspberry jam and mascarpone. If you’d rather something savory, the build-your-own frittata is a winner.
Sister of the MKE Street Zarletti, this place offers brick-oven pizzas. Try the arancini, house-made burrata cheese, seafood stew and braised short ribs.
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noun: Nepalese word for an eagle; a large bird of prey with a long broad wings, renowned for its keen sight and powerful soaring flight.
verb: taking your flavor experience to new and undiscovered altitudes through craft cocktails and creative cuisine.
Award winning restaurant, the cheel, packs that spice-infused wallop in the traditional Himalayan dishes. The menu that features “flavors from the Himalayas to the Rockies” and incorporates flavor-profiles from Nepalese, Burmese, Tibetan and American cultures alongside Himalayan herbs and techniques from their gastronomic history – is rich with flavor and culture.
You will also have the opportunity to pair these dishes with fantastic craft cocktails where we put as much effort and thought as we do in our dishes. When was the last time you had a cocktail with Fenugreek and Fennel in it? We promise you, we are worth the drive!
From scrumptious salads to mouthwatering mac and cheese to tender steak options and plenty more, there’s something for everyone at Allgauer’s. Did we mention weekly specials and specialty cocktails? Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and located in the Hilton Garden Inn.
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.