Results tagged with 'la perla'
Published Sept. 30, 2012
Many Milwaukeeans pride themselves on the Mexican dining options in this town and, undeniably, there are some excellent South of the Border eateries. This week's Social Circle question, however, asks if Milwaukee's Mexican restaurants are truly better than those in other cities.
Published Sept. 17, 2012
Have you ever thought about starting your own Milwaukee-based business? It's a big decision and certainly one that requires a lot of soul searching, planning and research. OnMilwaukee.com recently checked in with Brew City business owners to share their top piece of advice.
Published May 4, 2012
Milwaukee is widely known for having great Mexican cuisine, and indeed, most of its restaurants that serve food from south of the border are run by first or second generation Latinos. But that's not exclusively true. Just look at La Perla and Bel Air Cantina for proof.
Published May 3, 2012
Nestled in the middle of the La Perla, behind a glass window, employees oversee as a special ovens flattens dough, then picks it up to start the cooking process. The hot surface holds the now flat "pre-tortilla" as it cooks, until it falls off and spirals across three levels. Then, when baked to perfection, the cook peels them off, ready to serve hot, fresh, homemade tortillas.
Published April 13, 2012
Since 1996, 22 hand-painted signs have gone up around Milwaukee that promoted La Perla as well as Milwaukee's "Latin quarter." Some of the signs are painted on wood and mounted on the sides of Milwaukee buildings and others are painted directly on the Cream City bricks.
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