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Milwaukee's best small plates, 2018

Published Oct. 28, 2018

Inspired by food from all over the world, this Walker's Point gem has won your heart for best small plates three years in a row, and for good reason.

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Eat this now: Churros at Movida

Published July 25, 2018

Movida has a small but delicious dessert menu, including chocolate cake, cheesecake, and churros. I tried the churros, which I first heard about when they started serving them initially and I have been waiting to try ever since.

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First look: Snifters Tapas & Spirits

Published July 28, 2017

After months of anticipation, Snifters joined the burgeoning South 5th Street scene tonight with a soft opening in the remodeled space that was formerly home to Cafe La Paloma.

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Milwaukee's best small plates, 2016

Published Oct. 10, 2016

They may be small, but the Cream City's small plates incite big opinions. In fact, this year's poll was a race to the finish. But, after giving up their spot to MOVIDA in 2015, Milwaukee's tapas titan La Merenda is back with a vengeance

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Chef Talk: Easy Tyger's Evan Greenhalgh

Published Sept. 23, 2016

In the latest episode of Chef Talk, Kyle Cherek sits down with Chef Evan Greenhalgh of Easy Tyger to chat about trying to define Easy Tyger, the Milwaukee food scene and just what the heck the difference is between tapas, small plates and shared plates.

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Hinterland unveils new tapas lounge menu

Tapas - it's all the rage. Really, it's a brilliant concept for both your waistline and your wallet. Those Spaniards had it right all along.The trend has recently caught on in Milwaukee thanks to trailblazer Peter Sandroni and his restaurant La Merenda. Ginger also recently opened in the for...

Balzac: Better than Before

Brady Street has always been home to an eclectic mix of dwellers and establishments ranging from classy to creepy in a matter of a block or two. That’s all part of its unique charm. Back in 2005 when Nomad and Trocadero owner, Mike Eitel, opened Balzac, I was skeptical because it to...


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