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Dining - Nov. 27, 2015
The Sweet Life: Kohler chocolatier Anette Righi DeFendi
Anette Righi DeFendi, who started out with a career in journalism, traveled a long road to becoming a chocolatier. But, a love for baking and an encouraging sister eventually led her down the path to chocolate.
Dining - Nov. 26, 2015
Giving thanks: Milwaukee chefs express their gratitude
Thanksgiving is a time to take stock of the things that enhance our lives on a regular basis. In the spirit of the season I asked a number of chefs what they were thankful for, and here's what they told me.
Dining - Nov. 25, 2015
Red Light Ramen love goes international
Sure, it's great when Milwaukee food news reverberates across the states. But, when a local concept makes it into an internationally read publication, you know we're onto something. Such is the case with Red Light Ramen.
Dining - Nov. 25, 2015
Farm-to-table in West Bend: Cafe Soeurette celebrates eight years
It was eight years ago this November that a little restaurant called Cafe Soeurette opened up in downtown West Bend. And today it's providing some of the finest farm-to-table fare in the area.
Dining - Nov. 24, 2015
A sneak peek at what's in store for the new Carnevor Steakhouse Moderne
Carnevor is moving. The redesign will capture the hip, experiential Jurassic vibe for which Carnevor has long been known, while providing a dynamic visual elements that offer up variable experiences.
Dining - Nov. 24, 2015
Are you rubbing mayo on your turkey this year? Because everyone else is
Did you know mayo is the new way to achieve a moist, perfectly browned turkey? It's apparently so, at least if you believe the hundreds of food bloggers who have posted their versions of the trendy new turkey recipe.
Dining - Nov. 23, 2015
Cafe Calatrava ups its game with Mediterranean flavors
The galleries aren't the only thing that has been rennovated at the Milwaukee Art Museum. The menu at Cafe Calatrava has also undergone a refreshingly delicious redux thanks to new Executive Chef Jason Gorman.
Dining - Nov. 23, 2015
You know it: A Honeypie creation named one of the best pies in U.S.
It's something Milwaukeeans have known for years, but this week, Honeypie Cafe got national recognition for one of its pies, the black bottom banana cream pie, which is cited as "a glorious affair."
Dining - Nov. 20, 2015
Cooler than cool: The nitrogen ice cream at Mad Science Creamery
Mad Science is the first nitrogen ice cream shop in Wisconsin. And with made-to-order ice cream in nine flavors with a choice of 48 toppings and add-ins, its goal is 100% fun.
Dining - Nov. 20, 2015
Iron Grate BBQ Co. announces opening date
Barbeque fans, get ready. You can get your Milwaukee rib or brisket or pulled pork or hot link on at the new Iron Grate BBQ Co., which opens the first weekend in December on Howell Avenue.
Dining - Nov. 19, 2015
Milwaukee's first MOD Pizza lands in Shorewood
Founded by the creators of Seattle's Best Coffee, MOD Pizza is a counter-serve franchise featuring industrial-chic décor along with build-your-own pizza which is baked fast in wood-burning ovens.
Dining - Nov. 19, 2015
Five Guys Burgers and Fries to close East Side location
Despite planned expansion to other area markets, the Five Guys Burgers and Fries, which has been open on Oakland Avenue since 2009, will close Nov. 30.
Dining - Nov. 19, 2015
Lori's best dining picks for 2015
Now that dining month is officially over, and you've seen all the results of the OnMilwaukee Best of Dining 2015, our senior food & dining writer weighs in with her picks for best spots around the city.
Dining - Nov. 18, 2015
Cousins goes local with Wisconsin cheese, Sprecher rootbeer
For years, Cousins Subs has built its brand on the tagline "Better Bread, Better Subs." And now, it will serve better cheese (and better root beer), too, giving customers more reasons to crave Wisconsin.
Dining - Nov. 18, 2015
Rapid review: Camino
Slip into something comfy and casual at this Walker's Point spot that looks a bit like a cleaned up version of a corner tap. Grab a sandwich and a beer or enjoy old school arcade games like Ms. Pac-Man.
Dining - Nov. 17, 2015
A sneak peek at the Point Burger Bar opening Wednesday
The new Point Burger Bar, which showcases Point Brewery beer and burgers, was inspired by similar restaurants in Las Vegas, including Herbert Keller's Burger Bar and Gordon Ramsay's Burgr at Planet Hollywood.
Dining - Nov. 16, 2015
Host Chris Kimball leaves "America's Test Kitchen"
If you saw Chris Kimball at the Riverside Theater Nov. 3 during the "America's Test Kitchen Live" show, hang onto those memories. It's likely the last time you'll see Kimball's name associated with the popular television show.
Dining - Nov. 16, 2015
Beerline Cafe hosts grand opening on Friday
The eco-friendly vegetarian cafe located on the ground floor of the Union Point Condos hosts a grand opening celebration on Friday, featuring its recently completed dining room and samples from the menu.
Dining - Nov. 12, 2015
Uncanny Soup Company closes Water Street location
No more soup for you! It's the end of the road for Uncanny Soup Company's Downtown location, according to a post on Facebook this morning. The soup company has been in its Water Street spot for just over a year.
Dining - Nov. 12, 2015
New Dream Dance Steak menu brings fresh luster to an old favorite
Chase Anderson, new executive chef at Dream Dance Steak, says he wants to bring the shine back to a restaurant that has lost its luster over the years. A preview of the new menu says he's on the right track.
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