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Articles tagged with 'greendale'


6 things I learned about Miss Beverly's Deluxe Barbeque

Published Oct. 6, 2014

While I enjoy barbecue, I'm not such a huge fan that I have to immediately dive into any new place that opens. Hence, it took me until this weekend -- while in Greendale for other reasons -- to finally stop in and try Bartolotta's Miss Beverly's Deluxe Barbeque, attached to the southern outpost of Joey Gerard's.


First Look: Miss Beverly's Deluxe Barbeque

Published July 11, 2014

Craving old fashioned barbecue? Beginning today you can head over to Greendale, where you'll find a brand new fast casual spot to pick up finger lickin' ribs, brisket and fried chicken.


Miss Beverly's Deluxe Barbecue to open July 12

Published June 24, 2014

Last month, reported that The Bartolotta Restaurants will open Miss Beverly's Deluxe Barbeque. At the time, the exact opening date of the restaurant was unknown, but it was announced today Miss Beverly's will open Friday, July 11 at 11 a.m.


In search of the perfect pizza: Ricardo's

Published Nov. 13, 2013

Over the years, I rarely ventured into Greendale unless I was visiting a cousin for a family gathering. I've heard great things about Ferch's Malt Shoppe over the years but still haven't had a chance to visit. I've also heard great things about Ricardo's Pizza over the years and never had a chance to visit until recently.


New pub comes to Downtown Greendale

Published Aug. 14, 2013

Downtown Greendale is getting its first pub. Drilling's Panther Pub and Eatery, 5651 Broad St., opened to the public on Aug. 1.


No Milwaukee listening session for the state budget

Published April 5, 2013

But there won't be any public hearings on Gov. Walker's proposed $68 billion budget in the city of Milwaukee, the one place in the state where most of the impact - and the pain - is most likely to be felt.


In search of the perfect pizza: Klasiana

Published Jan. 11, 2013

Across from the south end of Southridge Mall is a strip mall where I noticed "PIZZA" in large red letters. I went in for a closer look and found the name "Klasiana" next to those letters. Ylli Proko started Klasiana over six years ago, and it the business has become a family effort with a diverse menu.


A new look at an old book about New Deal Greendale

Published Nov. 13, 2012

The reissue of Arnold Alanen and the late Joseph Eden's "Main Street Ready-Made: The New Deal Community of Greendale, Wisconsin," arrives 25 years after the work was first published. But the book remains relevant, because while Greendale, in some ways, isn't the same as it was in 1987, in other ways, it's not all that different, either.


Featured Chef: Joe Schreiter of Joey Gerard's in Greendale

Published Sept. 19, 2012

Joe Bartolotta takes an unusual step this month, opening two identical restaurants at more or less the same time (a few weeks apart), in two very diverse Milwaukee suburbs. Joey Gerard's: A Bartolotta Supper Club is already open in Greendale and a Mequon location opens later this month. Chef Joe Schreiter was tapped to head up the Greendale kitchen and we caught up with him the week the restaurant opened.


A peek into Joey Gerard's: A Bartolotta Supper Club

Published Aug. 29, 2012

When Joe Bartolotta told the top members of his team that he planned to open two restaurants - exactly the same, right down to the name - on opposite sides of town on the same day, he asked those who thought it was a good idea to raise their hands. "Ten people," Bartolotta recalls. "Not one hand went up." But if anyone can pull it off, Bartolotta can.


Bartolotta expands north and south with supper club venues

Published May 18, 2012

With the popularity of supper clubs on the rise, it's no surprise that the Bartolotta Restaurant Group will pursue classic dining ventures in both northerly and southerly directions, beginning late this summer.


They Grow Like Weeds blooms in Greendale

Published Feb. 26, 2012

They Grow Like Weeds, 5676 Broad St. in Greendale, is a new boutique-style shop featuring gently used clothes and accessories for infants, school-aged kids and teens. Many of the customers both buy items and sell items to the shop.


A pitch-perfect fish fry in Greendale

Published Oct. 24, 2011

If you read my blog postings, you know I enjoy a good fish fry and I love "discovering" new ones; new to me, of course, as there aren't really any "undiscovered" fish fries in the Milwaukee area anymore, are there?


School funding panel: "The public is done listening"

Published Sept. 30, 2010

If the current system for funding Wisconsin public schools does not change, the gap between rich and poor school districts will grow. That was the consensus among panelists Thursday afternoon at the "4th Street Forum" discussion, moderated by Denise Callaway, titled, "Political Dynamite: Paying for Wisconsin's Schools."