Since 1995, Lake Park Bistro has been a beloved special event destination in Milwaukee, offering beautiful views of Lake Michigan. In reopening late last year, Chef Paul Bartolotta has the brought the restaurant to its roots – reimagining it as a haut bistro inspired by his experiences working alongside acclaimed chefs in Michelin-starred restaurants.
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Dishing up one of the region’s most extensive selection of prime steaks, Mr. B’s – A Bartolotta Steakhouse, found in the Milwaukee suburb of Brookfield, has been recognized as one of the nation’s top steakhouse and is a Distinguished Restaurants of North America winner. Mr. B’s offers diners a versatile setting that features a lively bar with a daily happy hour and a seasonal outdoor patio.
Bacchus – A Bartolotta Restaurant is located within the Cudahy Tower in Downtown Milwaukee, offering modern cooking in a newly-renovated, vibrant setting, with a menu emphasizing seasonal ingredients and a wine list that is consistently praised as one of the most extensive in the city.
Between decadent dine-in and to-go dinner options, spring-centric events, and thoughtful goodies from local shops and boutiques, there are plenty of ways to shower your mother with love this Mother’s Day. Here’s where to celebrate Mother’s Day in Wisconsin, in particular.
Ristorante Bartolotta dal 1993 is nestled into the “City of Homes,” a once-historic brewery on State Street in Wauwatosa. As its name suggests, the restaurant opened in 1993, serving authentic Italian fare, from handmade pasta to divine dolci.
Milwaukee boasts an abundance of world-class bars and restaurants all throughout the city. As more public spaces continue to open and we brace for a return to a post-pandemic world, happy hours will soon become a regular staple of daily life. When that time comes, these are some of the best Milwaukee happy hours to indulge in.
There’s nothing sweeter than springtime in Wisconsin—well, except for the plethora of unique, decadent and totally Instagrammable desserts that are cultivated within the state and available year round. Here are some of the best Instagrammable dessert spots in Wisconsin.
Having a personal chef is often a perk only those making at least a six-figure salary can enjoy. Or at least that used to be the case in Madison before local culinary ace Lauren Montelbano started offering an affordable weekly meal service and private catering via a new moniker, The Vibrant Veg.
Hyperlocal: an apt descriptor for Brix Cider in Mount Horeb. Each moment you spend onsite feels like Wisconsin thanks to an array of goods made by locals that one can peruse walking through the retail area to the cozy ice shanties waiting for guests game to dine outdoors–even in frigid temps.
“Bowls that blow your mind” is a tagline Blended consistently delivers on. The micro-café located at Hilldale Madison is an herbivore’s dream by offering 13 different açaí bowls, an equal number of smoothies, 10 fresh-pressed juices and a small selection of pre-made snacks daily.