The wine lovers in Milwaukee have spoken. And they've declared a perennial favorite the winner of this year's Bar Month readers' poll for best wine list.
Walker's Point is a highly diverse neighborhood offering equally as diverse cuisine. It may take some time to get through all of those options.
What's in a restaurant? In this series, we ask chefs around the city to describe their restaurants in their own words and recommend three dishes that embody the best of what they offer. In this edition, we talk with Chef Paris Dreibelbis of Black Sheep.
Admittedly, truffles - not the candy, but rather the subterranean fungi - are an acquired taste, with a pungent, earthy aroma. You likely either love `em or hate `em. I love `em, which likely explains why I love the Truffle Old Fashioned on offer at Black Sheep.
For Chef Adam Pawlak of Black Sheep and The Love Shack, tattoos have become a record of his experiences. "Over the years, tattoos have really become a way for me to keep telling my story," he says, "Whether it's my story in food or the more personal side of my life."
New brunch and dinner menus are in full swing at Black Sheep in Walker's Point. According to Chef Adam Pawlak the new dishes were created to "push the boundaries of 'expected' fall flavors and introduce people to a whole new experience" at the restaurant.
The Love Shack, Milwaukee's newest riverfront restaurant and bar, opens Saturday, June 24 at 11a.m. It is located at 106 W. Seeboth St., next to Screaming Tuna.
Black Sheep was our first stop with our new Thirsty Passport and it made for a solid kick off to summer cocktailing.
A little rain couldn't damper the belly-filling fun of the sixth annual Walker's Point Food Crawl on Saturday afternoon, as gastronomes tasted their way through the historic neighborhood, sampling old favorites and trying out new spots.
What's better than a delicious, rich milkshake or a frosty ice cream float? How about a milkshake or float spiked with a bit of alcohol? Boozy milkshakes and floats are popping up all over the city these days. And here's just a few of the spots where you can find them.
Known for his creative small plates and inventive dishes, many infused with elements from his Italian heritage, Chef Adam Pawlak will continue bolstering the options at Black Sheep, which is driven by seasonal and local ingredients.
We asked chefs around the city to describe their restaurants in their own words and recommend three dishes that embody the best of what they have to offer. In this edition, we talk with Chef Christian Schroeder of Black Sheep in Walker's Point.
Changes are imminent at Black Sheep in Milwaukee's Third Ward as Chef Justice Neal moves on to a position that will allow him to spend more time with his wife and 2-year-old daughter.
I've been anxiously waiting for the day when the haute dogs -- an option which comprised the bulk of the former Black Sheep menu -- would be replaced by a menu more befitting of the space. I'm pleased to say that the day has arrived.
Changes are afoot for Black Sheep, the wine bar and restaurant in Walker's Point.