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Dining Out
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
 It was not that long ago when the number of local Vietnamese restaurants could be counted with one finger. Now they are relatively abundant, with several Milwaukee locations and outposts in Wauwatosa and Bayside. Most of the
Dining Out
Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Elephant Café offers good Thai at reasonable prices

Perhaps the area around the intersection of Brady and Farwell should be called Little Bangkok as there are so many Thai restaurants in the neighborhood. EE-Sane, Jow Nai Fouquet, Mai Thai and Thai-Namite have been
Dining Out
Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Emerging from a fire with a menu worth exploring

At the end of last year the Palms Bistro did a major makeover and reopened as Bourbon & Tunns. All of the tropical touches were removed and replaced with a spare look of exposed brick walls and dark wooden furnishings
Dining Out
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
 The Lagniappe Brasserie (17001 W. Greenfield Ave., New Berlin) serves some fine continental fare in a charming setting. The interior has a countrified French feel in a location surrounded by suburbia. The menu changes
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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Great pub food at Burke’s Castle near Miller Park

 About a year ago Sean Burke and his business partners Shane Valenti and Chuck Vecitis purchased the venerable Derry Hegarty’s Pub, a place near the Brewer’s stadium in business for 40-some years. Then came several months
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Thursday, April 11, 2013

Something is always new at popular Tosa restaurant

 At the end of 2008 Sarah Jones and Cameryne Roberts opened the doors of Juniper 61 on the border of Milwaukee and Wauwatosa. This is the sister restaurant of Café Lulu, the popular spot in Bay View. While the two have some
Dining Out
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Has it been 20 years already? March was the 20th anniversary of the original Ristorante Bartolotta’s opening in the old heart of Wauwatosa. It is still housed in the late 19th-century Cream City brick former Pabst tavern
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Monday, April 1, 2013

Divino’s classic Sicilian-American menu

Palermo Villa was an East Side mainstay for pizza for more than 30 years, but last year owner Kathleen Mirenda sold the business to her brother, Dean Cannestra, and his niece, Tina Conley