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Dining Out
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
Dining Out
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
Dining Out
Monday, April 1, 2013

Short Orders

The Uncanny Soup Co. is a small chain that aspires to grow. Today there are just three locations: one in Milwaukee (626 E. Wisconsin Ave.), one in Kenosha (815 57th St.) and the newest in Cudahy (4745 S. Packard Ave.)
Dining Out
Sunday, March 24, 2013

Mexican grill reopens in new location with new menu

 The Fajitas Grill opened in 2010 to good reviews, contented customers and casual Mexican fare. Last June its doors quietly closed
Dining Out
Sunday, March 24, 2013

Short Orders

The Palomino (2491 S. Superior St.) is located in a vintage Bay View corner bar. While the amenities include pool tables, most of the customers are here for the Southern-style food. There are classics like chicken-fried steak, a catfish poboy and chi...
Dining Out
Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Rustic Italian, small plates, caring service

 Michael Feker opened his first Il Mito in Walker’s Point 16 years ago. It enjoyed modest success with a cuisine described as California-Mediterranean. His next location, open in Wauwatosa since 2007, proved
Dining Out
Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Short Orders

 Mona’s, a small East Side establishment serving casual Turkish fare at 1814 N. Farwell Ave., quietly closed its doors. Now it has been replaced with Moe’s Middle Eastern Grill with a yellow canopy that looks strikingly familiar