Results tagged with 'karl ratzsch'
Published Sept. 25, 2018
Restaurateurs Karl Ratzsch and Ella Helene Ratzsch created what they called a "new-old restaurant ... with an authentic atmosphere of old time hospitality." That was a recipe for success until 2017, when Ratzsch's closed. We recently went inside and thought you might like to see how it looks now.
Published Jan. 1, 2018
Each year, dining writer Lori Fredrich finds herself watching the ebb and flow of dining in Milwaukee, which inevitably includes a host of both openings and closings. And, as we enter 2018, she recounts some of the biggest gains and losses of the year.
Published April 4, 2017
Starting to already miss dishes from Karl Ratzsch? We've got a recipe for the restaurant's pork shank, as well as a resource where you can find other gems, including those potato dumplings, Burgundy red cabbage, sauerbraten and liver dumpling soup.
Published April 3, 2017
This weekend, the city of Milwaukee mourned the loss of Karl Ratzsch, a Milwaukee institution which served the community for 113 years. And the city is feeling the void. But, it's worthwhile to take a moment to stop and reflect. What could have been done?
Published April 2, 2017
When a restaurant has been around for over 100 years, there are bound to be myriad stories within its walls. And that was certainly the case for Karl Ratzsch, one of Milwaukee's oldest and most iconic restaurants.
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