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.
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…
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!
The Spanish-influenced plates are small, but the flavors are not. The interior says ??reclaimed old Milwaukee storefront.?? Weekly live flamenco guitar, and flowing gin and tonics, say ??Madrid.?? Pair all that Espana with croquetas (fritters), meatballs, tostas (open-faced sandwiches) and paella.
The menu is diverse, most definitely not odd. Bein?? inventive might be the prerequisite for working here. The chefs are ever-dabbling with new dishes. Small plates are separated under two headings, ??Animal?? and ??Vegetable.?? Each visit is an adventure.
The global menu at Peter Sandroni??s always-busy Walker??s Point haunt highlights India to Italy, Argentina to Morocco. Choices come and go; if you find empanadas, pumpkin ravioli, Argentinian beef, and fried potatoes with chorizo, go with them.
Walker’s Point and Bay View may be known for small plates, but the East Side offers its rendition, in this casual, low-lit venue just off of Brady Street. Share some deviled eggs, a charcuterie plate, mussels and others from chef Rebecca Berkshire’s menu. Read more…