Tupelo Honey, found just under the bridge from the Milwaukee Public Market, opened late July of this year in the new Huron Building building. A scratch-made kitchen offering Southern food in a Northern climate, Tupelo Honey is a great spot to get your taste of fare inspired by the traditions rooted in the Carolina Mountains.
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Craft beer connoisseurs eat in style at Hop Haus Brewing. The OG location in Verona now has a sister outpost in Fitchburg, which is grander in terms of its scale and menu but offers the same quality brews and bites that Hop Haus has always been known for.
Eating out in nature can be a superb experience, assuming one has the time to prep, cook and pack eats, drinks and utensils before heading off on an excursion. An efficient and affordable alternative to schlepping all the vittles, plus necessary kitchen wear, from home exists now that Wander Provisions has set up shop in Spring Green.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse serves American comfort food that will leave you delightfully full while still craving “just one more bite.” The restaurant opened its doors in June 2020 on Rimrock Road near the Alliant Energy Center in Madison.
Veganism is often associated with food high on favor–and low on taste. But On the Bus in the Milwaukee Public Market debunks just about every misconception about eating plant-based with its towering milkshakes, massive mouthwatering burgers and lightly battered fries.
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.
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.
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.
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.