Results tagged with 'lagniappe brasserie'
Published Aug. 17, 2012
If you're like many Americans, you're becoming more aware of the impact your buying decisions have on your health, the economy and the earth. You're also looking to support organizations that make a difference by producing and sourcing their products locally. Two upcoming events aim to make it easier for you to do just that.
Published March 31, 2012
After countless late nights researching the best burgers in the Milwaukee area and meticulously evaluating their differences, Mark Douville happened upon three restaurants that could satisfy his craving in all aspects of burger goodness: Oscar's Pub & Grill, Matty's Bar & Grille and Lagniappe Brasserie.
Published Jan. 25, 2010
Lagniappe is literally translated as "a small gift given a customer by a merchant at purchase," and is used in the restaurant industry to denote superb service, or the act of going above and beyond.
Published Sept. 1, 2005
Andy Tenaglia, the former executive chef for Miller Park, opened his own restaurant Monday with his wife, Mina, in New Berlin. Lagniappe Brasserie specializes in what Mina calls "French with a twist," and offers eclectic, continental fare.
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