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07.22.2014 | | Posted at 03:29 PM
By Lacey Muszynski
RuYi is a small oasis of calm in the middle of the clanging Potawatomi casino floor. The ringing of the slots permeates slightly through the walls, but it's easy to pretend you're somewhere else when you've got delicious Asian food in front of you. Dishes come from a number of different cuisines, from Chinese-American favorite orange chicken to Vietnamese pho to my favorite dish there, a Thai-styl...
Monday, Nov. 19, 2012

Tim Dixon opens restaurant in the former Roots

 Roots restaurant was known for its unique setting, perched on top of Brewers Hill, and a kitchen
Monday, June 9, 2008

13th Star (Chocolate Frog Records)

Some of rock’s most memorable albums have been recorded by artists in the midst of grief and despair. While 13th Star, a poignant reflection on love by the recently heartbroken Derek Dick—better known as Fish, former frontman of the seminal British progressive-rock band Marillion—may not go down as one of the . . .
Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Fishing at Webb’s

The twin clocks at George Webb have seen many diners, hash houses and hamburger joints come and go since 1948, when the first Webb’s opened in Downtown Milwaukee. Sixty years later, the nothing-fancy local chain nudges forward with the addition of fish to its burger-and-breakfast menu.
Friday, Jan. 11, 2008

Second helpings at Alioto’s

Can I bring more fish here?” asks the waitress in an expectant tone. More coffee, sure—most restaurants still offer a bottomless cup. But fish?
Thursday, Jan. 3, 2008

Milwaukee’s newest Irish pub

The Irish pub is a worldwide phenomenon. Internationally, I have found them in cities as diverse as Chiang Mai, Dubrovnik, Buenos Aires and even a small village in Peru’s Colca Canyon region.