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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

More to the morning meal than fried eggs and toast

 A city of Milwaukee’s size and ethnic diversity offers many choices from around the world for lunch and dinner. But for the first meal of the day the pickings get considerably slimmer—unless Canadian bacon is counted
Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012
 Milwaukee’s only Central American restaurant is the aptly named El Salvador (2316 S. Sixth St.), located in the shadow of St. Josaphat’s basilica. The menu includes Salvadoran specialties like salpicón, an interesting
Friday, April 9, 2010

Metro Milwaukee Dining Guide

Authenticity rules here from the ceviche Caribeno to the tacos of cochinita pibil—Yucatecan shredded pork. Beyond Mexico are popusas from El Salvador and encocado de camarones, a dish of shrimp and coconut milk from Ecuador. If you are looking for jumbo bean burritos and chicken enchiladas...