Home / Articles / By Jeff Beutner
Dining Out
Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013

Short Orders

 Vietnamese restaurants seem to be the fastest-growing segment among local ethnic restaurants. The latest to open is Pho Hai Tuyet (204 W. Layton Ave.), whose original location at 27th and Howard closed a few months ago
Dining Out
Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012

Reviewing the hottest spots (and trends) of 2012

 2012 has been a very active year for local restaurants. As the year began, Braise Restaurant was the new place to go. The emphasis is on locally sourced produce and meats, which deserves to be called the Trend of the Year
Dining Out
Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012

Short Orders

 Although the hours at McKiernan’s (2066 S. 37th St.) had been erratic at first, the bar is now on a consistent schedule, including lunch. Located on a quiet street in a residential neighborhood, you have to know where to find it
Dining Out
Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012

Milwaukee landmark serves food again

 In 2010 the restaurant at Turner Hall closed its doors. Quite a shame as the Hall, constructed in 1882, has a lot of charm. The restaurant reopened a few weeks ago and a few improvements have been made. The wood floors
Dining Out
Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012

Short Orders

Kiku (202 W. Wisconsin Ave.) is a favorite Japanese restaurant among Shepherd Express readers. Although the restaurant has two bars, the space is not especially large. The menu has a breadth of seafood entrée options
Dining Out
Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012

Hooligan’s stays distinctive with superb tavern food

 Hooligan’s has been in business since 1936. The nearly triangular-shaped corner bar, just a stone’s throw from the Oriental Theatre, has evolved in recent decades. At one time it was a place to buy bottles of Thunderbird
Dining Out
Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012

Short Orders

Jack Pandl’s Whitefish Bay Inn (1319 E. Henry Clay St.) actually predates the village of Whitefish Bay. When Pandl’s opened, it stood in an area of resorts and beer gardens—a daytrip for Milwaukee residents who arrived by
Dining Out
Friday, Dec. 7, 2012
 Nehring’s Family Market is the latest addition to the Milwaukee Public Market, replacing the relatively short-lived Rupena’s. This ambitious project packing a lot of variety into a small area is owned by John and Anne Nehring

Top Articles from Jeff Beutner

No articles in this section