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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014

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126. Aprahamian earns James Beard Award for Best Chef Midwest 2014
Justin Aprahamian, owner and executive chef of Sanford, was named best chef in the Midwest at the annual James Beard Awards this evening in New York.
127. An Ugly's brunch isn't ugly at all
Ugly's Pub on Old World Third Street is launching a new American fusion brunch and we got a sneak peek at some of the items on the menu. This brunch isn't "ugly" at all.
128. Milwaukee Cupcake Company to close
Milwaukee Cupcake Company, which opened in 2010 at 316 N. Milwaukee St., will close on Friday, May 23.
129. Door County launches first major food & wine festival
Ellison Bay will host the Door Peninsula's first county-wide food and wine festival, Uncork Summer on Saturday, June 28.
130. SURG launches riverfront event space in Third Ward
SURG Restaurant Group has renovated the 10,000-square foot space that once housed Ryan Braun's Graffito to create a beautiful new events space.
131. East Side's Thai-namite eying East Tosa
Thai-namite, located on Astor and Brady Streets on the East Side, is - like many local bars and restaurants - eying a location in the booming East Tosa neighborhood.
132. 5 great Milwaukee pizzas
In the past, I might've said, "I was born and raised in Brooklyn, so of course I eat a lot of pizza." But pizza is no regional thing anymore, despite the fact that regions have their own special pizza preferences. Here are my preferences for pizza in five Milwaukee "regions," in no particular order.
133. Outpost announces opening date for Mequon location
Outpost Natural Foods Cooperative will open its Mequon store on Monday, May 12 at 11 a.m. The store is the first Outpost location outside of Milwaukee County.
134. East Side Suburpia temporarily closed
After months of keeping irregular hours, the East Side Suburpia, 2264 N. Prospect Ave., is temporarily closed, according to an employee at the Original Suburpia, 10853 W. Bluemound Rd.
135. Sumptuous scallops highlight new Port of Call menu
Not long after moving Downtown, I visited Port of Call for lunch and had a good experience. Fast forward a couple years, after interviewing Chef Adam Pawlak, I headed back over to try some items on the new menu.
136. Celebrate May Day with Lake Park Bistro dessert dinner
If you've got a sweet tooth, Bartolotta's has a treat for you. It's the third annual dessert dinner at Lake Park Bistro.
137. Wine dinners feature Oregon winemaker and Milwaukee native, Dan Rinke
Native Milwaukeean, Dan Rinke of Johan Vineyards, will host three wine dinners this week at INdustri Cafe, Meritage and Prodigal Gastropub.
138. Cafe La Paloma is closed
Walker's Point Mexican eatery Cafe La Paloma has closed. Owner Jose Chavez is hoping to sell the business soon, but regardless, he is no longer going to operate the restaurant that opened last summer.
139. Chef Talk: Waterford Wine Co.'s Ben Christiansen
In this installment of the Chef Talk series, Wisconsin Foodie's Kyle Cherek chats with Ben Christiansen of Waterford Wine Co.
140. East Side's House of Corned Beef is closed
According to an employee, The House of Corned Beef, 1952 N. Farwell Ave., has closed. The original eatery of the same name, 6200 W. Silver Spring Dr., is still in business.
141. First look: Cream City Swirl
Cream City Swirl, 2663 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., opened on Sunday, April 20 - which was Easter - and owner Susan Nolan says it has been a whirlwind of excitement ever since.
142. Salotto Zarletti to open Monday
Mequon's Salotto Zarletti will open at 1515 W. Mequon Rd. on Monday, April 28.
143. Lunch break: Cafe Bavaria
With the warmer weather comes a desire to dine al fresco. This week, despite a few drops of rain, we stopped at Cafe Bavaria in Tosa village to try the lunch menu with a view overlooking ... Cafe Hollander.
144. Sprecher Black Bavarian wins the gold at World Beer Cup
Black Bavarian, a beer first made by Randy Sprecher as a homebrew in 1972, won top honors this past week.
145. Kohler brings Chicago to Wisconsin with Feast of Talent
This May, The American Club in Kohler will celebrate some of the best up and coming chefs in Chicago's culinary scene through the newest rendition of their Feast of Talent series.
146. Sheboygan, Johnsonville Sausage say 'nein' to Germany
Sheboygan-based Johnsonville Sausage LLC says it is "as much amused as it is surprised" that the European Union, in negotiating the terms of a new trade deal with the United States, is pushing to trademark several different foods - including bratwurst - that have originated in an EU country.
147. Is it the smell?
Why don't you cook more fish at home? It's Good Friday, so let's talk fish. Milwaukee's relationship with fish and, of course the fish fry, is unique and wonderful. I'm guessing here, but I bet we consume more fish than the average American.
148. INdustri Cafe is closing
After three years in business, INdustri Cafe, 524S. 2nd St., will soon close for good.
149. Food Network Magazine honors Cempazuchi
In honor of next month's Cinco de Mayo, Food Network Magazine's May issue features a story titled "50 States of Tacos" and Cempazuchi in Milwaukee is listed as the home of Wisconsin's top taco. Cepazuchi's Tacos de Tio Isreael gets the recognition.
150. Rapid review: The Dogg Haus on Water
For some inexplicable reason, I've never visited a Dogg Haus location until today. Well, I've learned my lesson.
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