Results tagged with 'buckley's kiskeam inn'
Published Dec. 20, 2012
Last summer, Nell Benton of The National Cafe and Thi Cao of Buckley's started discussing ways that they could bring together Milwaukee's culinary community to benefit the community. After a successful charity dinner in October, Benton and Cao decided to begin holding similar dinners on a regular basis. And so, Milwaukee - Food For Thought was born.
Published Nov. 8, 2012
Great chefs provide diners with sensory experiences that aren't soon forgotten. They provide not only nourishment, but a feast for both the eyes and the palate. The best of them also have an uncanny ability to build a legacy through their dedication to not only great food, but also to the patrons they serve. Those chefs include Milwaukee's own Knut Apitz.
Published Oct. 18, 2008
Traditionally, wine has been the ultimate culinary complement. For decades, sommeliers have built entire careers out of explaining why red wine goes with red meat and so forth, but lately, the dining industry has seen significant shift from tradition. the last few years have watched beer -- specifically micro beer -- give wine a run for its money on the dinner table.
Published Feb. 18, 2008
If you visit 801 N. Cass St. in search of an Irish style inn or food, you'll be gently surprised by what you find within the quaint location, which formerly housed Benjamin's, Lakeside Inn and, more recently, Dish Bistro.
Published Jan. 19, 2008
The brothers Buckley embark on a series of wine and beer pairing dinners, monthly events featuring a special multi-course meal specifically designed to complement a selection of wine or beer.
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