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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Short Orders

Salvatore's Pizzeria (2213 E. Capitol Drive), a simply furnished place with wooden floors, opened its doors in Shorewood last May. The restaurant is a venture by the owners of Sciortino's Bakery, a Brady Street classic. The pizza dough is prepared with...
Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011

Art Review

Brady Street's Point of Inspiration By Judith Ann Moriarty They met in 1998 and wed in 2003. Mary Ellen McCormack and Mike Mervis' shared love of gardening, and faith in the Brady Street...
Thursday, July 8, 2010

Moderately priced Asian fusion in a fun setting

The fusion trend for Asian cuisine is going strong in Milwaukee. Fortune Chinese Restaurant and Lucky Liu’s both have a sushi bar while Kyoto, a Japanese restaurant, serves some Chinese dishes. Continuing this trend is the new Thai-namite, which offers Thai fare...
Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Short Orders

Bring on the fajitas! The Brady Street area has another new restaurant in the Fajitas Grill (1673 N. Farwell Ave.), located in the former and short-lived La Dolce Vita. The Moroccan theme is gone...
Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Bosley’s happiest hour

Nowadays every chain restaurant seems to be offering menu deals as a way to attract penny-pinching customers. Five-dollar lunches, anyone? Unfortunately, you usually get what you pay for: cheaper ingredients and smaller portions. But other options exist. Bosley on Brady, the most...
Thursday, April 23, 2009

Food Crawl Walking Milwaukee’s culinary past

Milwaukee’s cuisine is an edible storybook telling a tale of our state’s thriving agricultural production and our city’s unique cultural diversity. The ethnic grocery stores and specialty food shops that dot the city speak of the immigrants who opened businesses to sell the familiar comforts of home. Compelled to tell the...
Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Spring Forward

Springtime is in the air—at least when the sleet, snow and finally stop—and spring rolls are a specialty at Mai Thai, a Thai restaurant that opened last year at 1230 E. Brady St. There spring roll for each season of the year. Winter is wrapped with fresh rice paper and filled with cucumber, bean sprout, hard sausage and a bit of...
Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2009
Like all successful entrepreneurs, Wisconsin-born Barry Bursak knows opportunity when he sees it. Unlike many in the business world, however, he chooses projects that benefit the environment as well as his bank account. With his newest and perhaps most significant venture soon coming to fruition, Bursak and I...

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