Pastiche

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Looking back: A decade of Milwaukee dining

Published Dec. 31, 2019

Technically, the new decade doesn't begin until 2021 (or so the experts at the Farmers Almanac say). However, as we move into 2020, there's little harm in taking a look back at how far we've come. After all, the Milwaukee dining scene in 2010 was a far cry from what it is today.

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Bay View dining guide

Published Oct. 14, 2019

Bay View is a serious contender within Milwaukee's food scene. Whether you are looking for an option that is classic or something new and exciting, nowadays the South Side Bay View neighborhood has it all.

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Pastiche prepares for Downtown location opening on Sept. 1

Published Aug. 26, 2016

The window signs are up, and Chefs Michael Engel and Rachael Karr are preparing for a Sept. 1 opening of the new Downtown location of Pastiche in the Hotel Metro, featuring a dinner menu modeled after its former Bay View location's offerings.

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Featured chef: Lazy Susan's AJ Dixon

Published July 6, 2015

The story behind Lazy Susan, 2378 S. Howell Ave., is a compelling one. And if you haven't eaten there, the food you'll encounter is just as irresistible (think great vegetable dishes and luscious wild game). As the restaurant celebrates just over a year in business, it seemed time to sit down with Chef AJ Dixon and find out more about what makes her tick.

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Aural meets oral: SoundBites 2014

Published March 17, 2014

Food and music lovers won't want to miss the 2014 edition of Soundbites, a unique event during which 12 of Milwaukee's top chefs will collaborate with Radio Milwaukee DJs to celebrate the uniting of food and music.

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Social Circle: Where would you eat your last supper?

Published Oct. 14, 2012

This week's Social Circle question received a huge response. Surprisingly, people had no problem coming up with one Milwaukee restaurant that would be their destination of choice for their last supper.

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Milwaukee's wine bar guide

Published Nov. 7, 2009

Going to a bar no longer means choosing between pilsner or stout, and it's not even a choice of Merlot vs. Cabernet anymore, either, thanks to these innovative and adventurous wine-focused bars and restaurants.