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105 S. Main St. Thiensville WI

cheel/चील/chĭl/
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!

733 E. Clarke St. Milwaukee WI

Open for Breakfast, Open For Lunch,

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3815 N. Brookfield Rd. Brookfield WI

Serves a completely plant-based menu in eco-friendly surroundings (bamboo floors, walls painted with nontoxic paint). Wines come from organic, sustainable vineyards. Vegan, raw and gluten-free options available.

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1901 E North Ave, Milwaukee, WI, United States

Windows frame two sides of this utilitarian dining room, allowing light to spill onto the red patterned booths. A solid choice for breakfast, the cafe is especially friendly to the veg-loving crowd.

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3401 South 13th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53215, United States

At Bombay Sweets, you can build a very respectable meatless meal from the vegetarian platters, curries and rice specialties served at this simple showroom of sit-down-and-carryout foods. It’s also a hub for Indian snacks – salty and sweet, nutty and gooey, gelatinous and creamy and every mouth sensation in between.

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2076 N Commerce St, Milwaukee, WI 53212

The eco-friendly dining room is often filled with city folk working on their laptops. The main food focus here: crepes, cromelettes (crepe-omelets) and panini. Great mushroom-barley burger.

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207 W. Freshwater Way

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.

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4488 N. Oakland Ave.

A modern, plant-based take on bar food at the Shorewood’s former Village Pub. The seasonal menu is printed on the chalkboard and includes a Vietnamese po’boy, Thai grilled steak salad and grass-fed burger.

 

Shorewood bar Cloud Red (4488 N. Oakland Ave.) stops traffic with its chalkboard menu of casual, veggie-heavy plates. Some dishes are seasonally swapped out. But the Bhel Bowl has caught on so well that it’s never leaving the menu.

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2101 N. Prospect Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202

Warm, European-vibed spot for genuinely inspiring plant-based food and wines from naturally operated vineyards. Menu changes are frequent. Highlights include gnocchi con giardiniera, the Sicilian pizza and any of the salads.

 

The new Strange Town is the latest chapter in a journey, not strange but also not conformist, for owner Andy Noble. The DJ and musician had thought about opening an eating/drinking place, he says, but it was this space – the former Allium (2101 N. Prospect Ave., 414-885-0404) – that acted as a summons. Read more…

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1978 N Farwell Ave, Milwaukee, WI, USA

Celesta is the restaurant that evolved out of the Beatrix Foods vegan pop-ups run by Melanie Manuel. Occupying the old Jownai Fouquet (or Abu’s Jerusalem of the Gold, if you have a good memory) at 1978 N. Farwell Ave., Celesta is part of our city’s growing plant-based dining movement. Read more…

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