The "Social Circle" is a group effort between readers, social networkers and the OnMilwaukee.com editors. Every Monday, we ask a question via Facebook and Twitter and then post the responses from our Facebook "likers" and Twitter followers in this column. Well-known Milwaukee movers and shakers will contribute, too.
This week, OnMilwaukee.com asked the Social Circle to name the restaurant that's at the top of their "must try" list. The responses ranged from Walker's Point hotspots to totally ridiculous.
Jon Adler: "Grant's Soul Food on North Avenue."
Richard Ahlstrom: "Sanford."
William Arthur: "Airport Lounge Buffet."
Sarah Berg: "Mr. Perkins on Capitol Drive."
Brian Brehmer: "Mannings. Oh well, they're gone."
Royal Brevväxling: "Someone keeps threatening to take me to Crazy Water; I'd like to *eat* at The Noble, been there for drinks many times, but have not tried the food. Those two kids are great."
Heidi Callaway: "Crazy Water."
Reuvens Cocos: "Sanford."
Erica Davis: "Wolf Peach."
Matthew P. Eells: "The Nite Owl on Layton. I can never seem to get there when they are open and I want to eat someplace Elvis reportedly dined."
Lori Erickson: "Tess."
Diane Hardy: "Bacchus."
Scott Jackson: "Alinea in Lincoln Park."
Paul Kennedy: "I hear the radiator grilled cheese at Taycheeda (women's prison) are delicious."
Ken Knapp: "Odd Duck."
Adam Levin: "Oscar's."
Claudine Lienau: "Sanford."
Joshua Manchester: "Haven't been to Circa yet."
Jonathan Maricle: "The new Bourbon & Tunn's Tavern in the Third Ward."
Alissa Mathison: "Crazy Water."
Christal Meredith-Korfhage: "Silver Spring House on Green Bay Road."
Derek Mosley: "Jon Adler, that is hilarious. Thank you, sir!"
Dax Phillis: "Circa or The Noble."
Mathew Pickard: "Speed Queen."
Claudia Reilly: "Jackson Park Grill."
Rick Rodriguez: "Three Brothers."
Dawn Thompson: "Blackmore Buckley's."
Lisa Turecek: "Fattoni's Deli. I love that happy, happy man."
Stacey Williams-Ng: "That Ethiopian place on Farwell."
Emily Zager: "Odd Duck!"
Caitlín Zhenotdel: "The Range Line Inn, if they still have jazz players, and even though it's in Mequon."