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Lori's best Milwaukee restaurant picks for 2013

Published Nov. 1, 2013

Now that dining month is official over, and you've seen all the results of the OnMilwaukee Best of Dining 2013, I figured it was a good time to weigh in with some of my picks and opinions.

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The apple pancake lunch at a Milwaukee classic, Ratzsch's

Published Oct. 15, 2013

Last month I went to My Office for the first time and on the way there, I passed another Milwaukee icon that I realized I'd never even stepped into. The place is one of the oldest restaurants in town: Karl Ratzsch's, 320 E. Mason St. I had to rectify that ... and quickly.

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Your top 100 favorite Milwaukee restaurants

Published Oct. 31, 2012

All month long we've revealed the restaurants you've voted best of the best in 50 categories that included Best Comfort Food, Best Brunch, Best Pizza and others. But, have you ever wondered how they all stack up against each other? We did, and so we decided to crunch the numbers on all - yes, all - of your votes to compile the first-ever readers' Top 100 list.

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This editor's restaurant choices

Published Oct. 25, 2012

For each of the 50 categories in the annual OnMilwaukee.com Best of Milwaukee Dining poll, we, as a team select our "editors' choice." Many of them I agree with, and some I don't. But in the spirit of democracy, I don't refute any of them. In some categories, I have very real favorites ...

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Getting your goat: Right here in Milwaukee

Published Feb. 23, 2012

When was the last time you ate meat from an animal whose diet included wood? No, I'm not talking about woodchucks. I'm talking about goats, an animal most Americans don't even think twice about as they're perusing the meat counter.

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