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Dining Out
Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Café Bavaria serves entrées, starters and (lots of) beer

The Lowlands restaurant group continues to expand. Now, in addition to the Café Centraal, Café Benelux, two Café Hollanders and the Trocadero Gastrobar, the group has added another locale
Dining Out
Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Tochi revamps the old Anaba with creative Asian fusion

 Many were disappointed when the Anaba Tea Room quietly closed its doors a few months ago. True, the menu was a bit quirky with lunches offering little more than pots of tea and tiny
Dining Out
Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014

Stone Bowl Grill will please novices as well as aficionados

 Korean food is not new to this area but for some odd reason it has never really taken off. Korean restaurants such as Blue Tower and Ko-Am came and went; Seoul has
Dining Out
Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Short Orders

 The Smoke Shack (332 N. Milwaukee St.) is barbeque in its most casual form. The clever interior seems taken straight from rural Appalachia, but this time of year the
Dining Out
Wednesday, July 17, 2013

BelAir Cantina comes to Tosa

Nearly three years ago, restaurant veterans Scott Johnson and Leslie Montemurro—along with new partner Kristyn St. Denis—opened BelAir Cantina at the corner of Humboldt Avenue and Water Street. Johnson and Montemurro also own Balzac, Hi Hat, Palomino, Honeypie and the 
Dining Out
Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Breakfast and Lunch Only

There is a bit of a rising trend in places that are open only for breakfast and lunch. Places that come to mind are Blue’s Egg and the newer Simple Café. Now there is the Mad Rooster Café (4401 W. Greenfield Ave.), located 
Dining Out
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Thinking Big with Small Plates

 Chef/owner Peter Sandroni opened La Merenda in February 2007. Customers were instantly wowed with his selection of international...

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