A bowl of noodles and a slushie? Read more about this full-service antidote to winter’s doldrums.
What fits more aptly in a city working to rebrand itself as a center of aquaculture than a modern seafood house?
A long-time steakhouse chef trades in fine dining for laid-back, something-for-everyone shareable plates.
The best gastronomic reason to live near downtown Delafield is this charming, modern hotel restaurant.
The Chinese style of dining called hot pot looks like a daunting, though scrumptious undertaking. But it’s easy to navigate if you know how. We’ll show you!
Its original ownership now split, Like Minds MKE continues to match bites with brews. [Note: Like Minds Brewery ceased food service as of May, 2017.]
Fried chicken, that Southern food staple, is now The Thing, and The Tandem pays homage to the tradition. We tell you about our visit and offer more suggestions for finding a juicy bird.
Movida’s owners are investing in Walker’s Point with Hotel Madrid, whose restaurant, Bodegón, comes with one of the highest price tags in town. Is a meal here worth it?
What do you get when you put raw fish, sauce and rice in a bowl? A delicious trend.
With the opening of a craft brewery and pub on the historic campus, it’s all about revitalization.
Healthy one-bowl meals? This Walker’s Point space has you covered.
A familiar name is back in the restaurant business with Bay View’s charming Sabrosa Cafe & Gallery.
The former home of Bosley on Brady has a new, delectable lease on life.
Airy, modern Stella Van Buren bucks the stereotypical man-cave steakhouse ambiance.
Dorsia is picking up where Mimma’s left off – but with a more youthful, animated vibe.
The Fitz is a culinary reinvention influenced by its hotel’s Great Gatsby-era creation.