Results tagged with 'delivery'
Published Dec. 20, 2012
The first time I tried Ned's Pizza was around 20 years ago during a fantasy football draft party. I was a fan instantly, but I didn't live anywhere near their location so over time I forgot about Ned's. I was re-introduced when I bought my house and drove past it on my way to a friend's house. I remembered how much I enjoyed their thin crust and pizza sauce.
Published Dec. 13, 2012
I first noticed Leonardo's Pizza, 11051 N. Port Washington Rd., while visiting a nearby business. Located in a strip mall behind a building on Port Washington Road, it can be tricky to find if you don't know where to look. It seemed quiet when I visited early on a Monday evening, but business soon picked up.
Published Aug. 21, 2012
When I lived in New Berlin, I noticed a sign pointing toward the back of a strip mall with the word "pizza" on it. I then noticed a very familiar sign in the window - "Vitucci's" - in the same font and color as the East North Avenue bar bearing the same name. I had to ask the obvious question, and yes, they are related.
Published Aug. 30, 2011
The Qdoba location on Water Street Downtown now delivers.
Published Sept. 24, 2008
Too swamped with work to leave your Downtown office for lunch? There are plenty of hard-working eateries ready, willing and able to deliver you a tasty meal in minutes. Here's our list. Is it noon yet?
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Sunday nights are the absolute worst! Not just because you have to go back to work the next day, but if you’re like me you’re sitting around the house on Sunday at 5pm wondering what in the h*ll is for dinner! This is where my true Sunday frustrations come in, trying to find a ...
A couple days ago, we let you know that Mitchell Manor was having a Pie Contest. Well the ballot is in, the winner is...People from all over the community joined together today to sample 29 pies and desserts from amateur chefs at Mitchell Manor and chefs from local restaurants, (Antingua, K...
The mayor of West Allis, Dan Devine, members of the West Allis/West Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce, our local YMCA and Milwaukee Journal Setinal came out to keep up with the traditional ribbon cutting event the Chamber holds for it's newest members. Today the event was located at Get Th...
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