After a six-plus week break from service, Fauntleroy in the Historic Third Ward has prepared for its return in the world of curbside pick-up. And fans of bright, fresh herb-infused Mediteranean dishes won't want to wait to get their first taste of the restaurant's brand new take-out menu
If the idea of starting off 2020 with an evening of delicious food paired with a selection of rare beer gets you excited, the upcoming beer dinner at Fauntleroy should make it onto your calendar.
Who came out on top when it comes to Milwaukee's best Cajun, Creole and French restaurant? The result is something of a surprise.
In this week's podcast, Chef Daniel Jacobs talks candidly about his diagnosis with Kennedy's Disease, the challenges of living with a genetic disorder about which so little is known, and the deeply personal impact it's had on his life and work.
In case you haven't heard, French food is cool again. It's also worlds different from the fussy, rich, classical cuisine that presided in the U.S. for decades. It's one of the reasons you should take a second look at Fauntleroy.
Chefs Dan Van Rite and Daniel Jacobs the lauded chefs behind Dandan, EsterEv, Fauntleroy and Batches are spreading their wings with a new long-term consulting gig at the Iron Horse Hotel.
Soon there will be more to love at both Dandan and Fauntleroy, both of which will be expanding their service hours in February.
What is authenticity? It's a word that, by its very definition means "real" or "genuine." It's a word that makes sense when you're discussing an iconic painting, a Prada bag or an athletic jersey. But is it a realistic term to use to describe food?
It's time to celebrate the life of Chef Todd Moore, former chef de cuisine at Lake Park Bistro and a man who dedicated the better portion of his adult years to food and culinary-related endeavors. We remember Moore and offer details on his upcoming memorial celebration.
If you've followed the culinary exploits of Dandan, EsterEv and Fauntleroy Chefs Dan Van Rite and Daniel Jacobs over the years, you've likely seen a number of iterations of the brisket burger. These days, you'll find the latest version on both the lunch and happy hour menu at Fauntleroy.
Need a new idea for lunch this week? Why not try out the newest lunch spot in the Historic Third Ward. Fauntleroy will begin lunch service on Tuesday, Oct. 16.
There's no shortage of articles and television shows that showcase the dishes that chefs love to cook at their restaurants. But, what do they love to eat at the end of their exhausting 16-hour days? Or on their days off?
Take a glimpse at the exterior of the former Refuge Cafe in Bay View and you'll see a pretty impressive transformation. That's because the Voyager wine & cocktail bar in Bay View is inching closer to opening.
Beginning Thursday, Sept. 20, there will be even more to love at Fauntleroy, 316 N. Milwaukee St.
You've only a couple more days before you can officially taste the dishes at Fauntleroy. And we've got a sneak peek at the restaurant's menu of modern French cuisine.