Results tagged with 'St. Paul Fish Company'
Published May 28, 2012
Name the biggest and most eclectic food court in the Milwaukee area. I bet you didn't think of the Milwaukee Public Market in the Historic Third Ward. The market has dramatically remade itself since its 2005 debut, becoming a large and lively restaurant and bar that also offers coffee, candy, wine, baked goods, frozen custard, grocery items, flowers, tee shirts, packaged spices and kitchen gadgets.
Published Nov. 7, 2011
The other day I wrote a blog post about some foods I miss and some folks wrote in with comments. One comment, recommending fried clams, came in an e-mail, from my colleague Dave Begel.
Published July 16, 2011
For this bartender profile, we're focusing on a man who shucks more oysters behind his bar than he slings beers. For five years, Mauricio Carbajal has manned the oyster bar at the St. Paul Fish Company inside the Public Market, 400 N. Water St.
Published Oct. 20, 2010
Move over Maine and New Orleans, the seafood menu at Milwaukee's Crawdaddy's goes on and on. From freshwater perch and trout to saltwater halibut, grouper and tilapia, you can not only find the best of New Orleans fishing but the best of Louisiana-style Creole and Cajun cooking right here in Milwaukee.
Published Feb. 2, 2010
A big crab crawled atop the Milwaukee Public Market today, but the City asked for it to be moved.
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