Milwaukee Restaurants – Catch 22 MKE http://catch22mke.com/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 02:35:01 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 http://catch22mke.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/catch-22-mke-icon-150x150.png Milwaukee Restaurants – Catch 22 MKE http://catch22mke.com/ 32 32 Holiday Hours at Milwaukee Area Malls http://catch22mke.com/holiday-hours-at-milwaukee-area-malls/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 02:35:01 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/holiday-hours-at-milwaukee-area-malls/ The biggest shopping day of the year is coming this week. We’ve checked with some area malls to find out what their holiday hours will be the rest of the year: Bayshore: Thanksgiving: Closed Black Friday: 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Christmas Eve: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Christmas Day : Closed New Year’s Eve: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. New Year’s Day: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Brookfield Square: Thanksgiving: Closed Black Friday: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Christmas Eve: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Christmas Day: Closed New Years: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Johnson Creek Premium Outlets: Black Friday: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Christmas Eve: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Closed New Years: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. New Years Day: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Southridge Mall: Thanksgiving: Closed Black Friday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Christmas Eve: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. New Year’s Eve: 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. **Shops and restaurants opening hours may differ.

The biggest shopping day of the year is coming this week.

We’ve checked with some malls in the area to find out what their holiday hours will be the rest of the year:

Bayshore:

Thanksgiving: Closed
Black Friday: 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Christmas Eve: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Christmas Day: Closed
New Year’s Eve: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
New Year’s Day: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Brookfield Square:

Thanksgiving: Closed
Black Friday: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Christmas Eve: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Christmas Day: Closed
New Year’s Eve: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Johnson Creek Premium Outlets:

Black Friday: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Christmas Eve: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Christmas Day: Closed
New Year’s Eve: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
New Year’s Day: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Mayfair Shopping Centre:

Thanksgiving: Closed
Black Friday: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Christmas Eve: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Christmas Day: Closed
New Year’s Eve: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
New Year’s Day: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Pleasant Prairie Outlets:

Thanksgiving: Closed
Black Friday: 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Christmas Eve: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Christmas Day: Closed
New Year’s Eve: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
New Year’s Day: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Southridge Shopping Centre:

Thanksgiving: Closed
Black Friday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Christmas Eve: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Christmas Day: Closed
New Year’s Eve: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
New Year’s Day: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

**Shop and restaurant opening hours may differ.

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Wisconsin restaurant serves one of the best Thanksgiving dinners in the United States http://catch22mke.com/wisconsin-restaurant-serves-one-of-the-best-thanksgiving-dinners-in-the-united-states/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 19:26:08 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/wisconsin-restaurant-serves-one-of-the-best-thanksgiving-dinners-in-the-united-states/

Who said you had to cook your own Thanksgiving dinner? We certainly do not subscribe to this idea. Preparing a Thanksgiving meal takes hours of hard work and patience, and not everyone has time for all that. If you’re one of those people, we suggest you try the best restaurant in Wisconsin to celebrate Turkey Day.

Tasting table recently created a list of the best restaurants in America serving Thanksgiving dinner this year and paid tribute to Serbian Gourmet in Old Town Milwaukee. Here’s what they had to say about it:

“While Milwaukee is a city known for its German heritage, it also has a large Serbian community and boasts several restaurants offering this underrated cuisine. One of those restaurants, Old Town Serbian Gourmet, will be open on Thanksgiving Day between 11:30 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. You can thus, if you wish, compose a festive meal from Serbian sausages called ćevapi, grilled pork shishkabob called raznjici, or pastries stuffed with meat and/or cheese called burek on the holiday, however, chefs have added several Thanksgiving specials to the menu.”

Traveling this holiday season? Check out the full list of the best American restaurants to celebrate Thanksgiving from Tasting table.

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New Libertyville restaurant makes a parent’s dream come true http://catch22mke.com/new-libertyville-restaurant-makes-a-parents-dream-come-true/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 20:01:07 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/new-libertyville-restaurant-makes-a-parents-dream-come-true/

Singh’s Kitchen, soon to be the newest entry to Libertyville’s restaurant scene, is the realization of a dream that faded years ago.

Offering Indian dishes from traditional recipes served in a familiar style, the restaurant’s planned opening in downtown Libertyville in early December wraps up nearly a year of logistics and construction.

Founder Anmol Chandock described the new venture as “a little Indian, a little American”.

“I was thrilled to revive my parents’ legacy while creating a new one that includes the culture I assimilated into as a first-generation American Indian,” he said.

The offerings will include a variety of traditional flavors available à la Chipotle, where customers can create their own dishes.

“I want (customers) to be able to try a bunch of different flavors. I want it to be a place where people can eat everyday and not feel guilty,” he said.

“We’ll have the chef’s favorite dishes, but you’ll have the option of creating your own bowl – a broad experience of what Indian cuisine has to offer,” Chandock added.

Wraps, bowls, tacos, salads and plates will start with a rice base combined with Bombay or fried chicken, Shawarma steak, bay prawns or tofu with a choice of toppings including pickled onions, Anmol cheese or chana (chickpeas). Singh’s wings and loaded fries are also on the menu.


        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        

Chandock was born and raised in Bombay (now Mumbai), where his father owned four restaurants and three catering businesses. The environment was steeped in the aromas and flavors of age-old recipes, he said.

The family moved to the United States in 2002 and settled in Vernon Hills.

Chandock studied to be a chiropractor and practices in Libertyville.

Her father worked at the former Peacock Indian Restaurant in Vernon Hills and her mother at a packing plant. But unfamiliar with the culture, her parents’ dream of being restaurateurs in the United States faded away trying to support the family, Chandock said.

With an affinity for food and his Punjabi heritage intact, he began to consider ways to rekindle his parents’ dream in a new way.

“With the support of my parents and my wife, our vision is to provide diners with fast and healthy Indian cuisine in an upbeat and enjoyable environment,” he said.

He began exploring locations along Milwaukee Avenue in Libertyville, as well as Wheeling, Lincolnshire, and Vernon Hills. But that was about a year before the COVID-19 pandemic.

When a storefront became available on Milwaukee Avenue about a year ago, Chandock took the plunge, thinking this one-of-a-kind family restaurant would fit in well among the eclectic variety of unique offerings that have become the hallmark. factory in the region.

“We spend so much time in downtown Libertyville,” he said. “It would be a great opportunity that we didn’t want to pass up.”

He expanded the idea and adjusted the plans when nearby space suddenly became available.

Chandock explained that Singh in Punjabi means lion.

“We approached the flavors incorporated into our menu at Singh’s Kitchen with the same level of ferocity as the lions we choose to represent our culture,” he said.

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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – A man claiming to have a gun successfully committed two robberies on the west side of Milwaukee in 20 minutes.

Detectives need your help to find the suspect.

Take a look at this image. This was from the day these thefts occurred on the morning of November 2.

In both cases, the suspect gave the registry clerk a note — demanding money from the registry.

The thefts took place at two locations on the same day.

One was at McDonald’s on Silver Spring, the other on Hampton Avenue.

Then, on the second robbery, the suspect took some cash from the ledger and fled on foot.

No one was injured in either case, although the suspect said he had a gun in his pocket.

But detectives say these cases are significant because they are only getting worse over time.

“Both restaurants were hit relatively close together in a time frame and in close proximity. Many previous investigations like this will result in a frenzy,” said MPD Detective Tony Castro. “Attempted robbery, armed robbery turns into armed robbery which turns into shootings, then escalates into robbery, into homicide – suspects like this, they start small with these types of crimes that I don’t like to say small but easy to commit crimes all the way to non-lethal shots and deadly shots it’s better to stop this stuff in its infancy than let it fester and to continue until it escalates into injury.

If you know anything about any of these cases or crimes happening in Milwaukee, call Crime Stoppers at (414) 224-Tips. It’s (414)224-8477. No one will ever know who you are when you call or submit a tip through the P3 Tips app, and your tip leads to an arrest, you get a cash reward.

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Some Popular But “Polarizing” Milwaukee Restaurants http://catch22mke.com/some-popular-but-polarizing-milwaukee-restaurants/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 17:15:32 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/some-popular-but-polarizing-milwaukee-restaurants/

‘Love ’em, hate ’em: Some popular but ‘polarizing’ restaurants in Milwaukee

Molly Snyder of OnMilwaukee.com with the debates on some popular restaurants in Milwaukee



DIANA: MILWAUKEE HAS A LOT OF RESTAURANTS, BUT IT ALSO HAS SOME THAT HAVE MORE MIXED REVIEWS. I’M NOW JOINED BY MOLLY SNYDER FROM MILWAUKEE TO TALK ABOUT POLARIZING MILWAUKEE RESTAURANTS. STRONGLY EITHER LOVE OR HATE, LET’S GO OVER THE MOLLY LIST: IT’S A FUNNY THING. I THINK I LOVE ALL THE RESTAURANTS ON THIS LIST. I KNOW MANY PEOPLE DON’T AGREE WITH ME. HERE ARE THE RESTAURANTS. THE NUMBER ONE RESTAURANT IN TERMS OF CONTROVERSY IS CONOJITOS, IT’S CHEAP MEXICAN COMFORT FOOD ON PAPER PLATES. SOME PEOPLE DON’T LIKE FOOD. THEY DON’T THINK IT’S GOOD MEXICAN FOOD. THEY ALSO DON’T LIKE THAT THEY USE SO MANY PAPER PLATES. I LOVE IT. I WANT THE BEST FOR THE ENVIRONMENT. BUT I WILL GIVE A PASS ON THIS ONE. NOW THERE IS A BUTTER BURGER THAT IS A DINNER SWIM AND BUTTER BURGER. PEOPLE LOVE OR HATE. DIANA: WHEN PEOPLE EXPLAIN THEIR OPINION, THEY TAKE EVERYTHING INTO CONSIDERATION. TOO MANY CHILDREN hanging around. WE DON’T WANT TO SEE CHILDREN. PLASTIC OR PAPER PLATES. MOLLY: WHEN YOU RAISE KIDS, THE LAKESIDE RUHR HAS A FISH FRY EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT CALLED A BEER HALL. EVEN THOUGH THE FOOD IS GOOD, A LOT OF PEOPLE DON’T LIKE TO GO THERE BECAUSE THERE IS A LIVE POLKA BAND AND PEOPLE BRING THEIR CHILDREN. THE DANCE FLOOR IS FULL OF LITTLE CHILDREN DOING THE POLKA. SOME FAMILY STYLE SERVICE SO YOU ARE SITTING WITH A GROUP OF PEOPLE YOU DON’T KNOW AND SOME PEOPLE LIKE IT AND SOME PEOPLE DON’T. DIANA: ANOTHER WE DID’

‘Love ’em, hate ’em: Some popular but ‘polarizing’ restaurants in Milwaukee

Molly Snyder of OnMilwaukee.com with the debates on some popular restaurants in Milwaukee

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There’s a new restaurant in the old Tandem house http://catch22mke.com/theres-a-new-restaurant-in-the-old-tandem-house/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 22:52:16 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/theres-a-new-restaurant-in-the-old-tandem-house/

The Lindsay Heights property previously occupied by Le Tandem (1848 W. Fond du Lac Ave.) officially has a new identity. 1700 Pull Up, which held its soft opening on Tuesday, November 1, brings owner/chef Rosetta Bond’s specialties to a wider audience. The MATC Culinary Arts graduate originally launched the concept of comfort food as a business operated out of her home. Its new brick-and-mortar location offers both sit-down and take-out service.

When chef Caitlin Cullen made the decision in 2021 not to reopen The Tandem – which had closed in 2020 following the COVID-19 pandemic – she said the 5-year-old restaurant would have a future without her but that it was also the case it is not for her to sell. She wanted to give it away instead. To do this, it rakes wide in search of interested people. Ultimately, Bond was chosen after submitting her business plan and cooking for a tasting panel that included Juli Kaufmann, developer of Cullen and The Tandem.

Kaufmann, president of Fix Development, calls 1700 Pull Up “a testament to resilience” and says of owner Bond, who has faced challenges ranging from supply chain delays to rising food costs to the struggle to find and afford to pay employees: “Ro has proven she has the courage and passion to succeed.

1700 Pull Up lists its daily menu on a blackboard. “When we run out, that’s it for the day,” she says. She does Turkey Leg Thursdays – stuffed turkey legs are a Bond signature. The legs are stuffed with things like alfredo shrimp. Stuffings will vary. “I’ve been making them for years,” she says of the stuffed turkey legs. “I picked up something I had at a restaurant in Texas and brought it back here.”

On Fridays, the restaurant offers seafood dishes, including catfish dinners and seafood gumbo (also chicken gumbo), along with sides like Cajun rice, spaghetti, and salad of cabbage. Fried and whole chicken specials will be available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

The dishes at 1700 Pull Up are very personal to Bond. “I took recipes from my ancestors, aunts and uncles and revisited them,” she says.


Hours: Tue-Fri 11am-8pm; Sat-Sun 11am-6pm






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52 Restaurants (Week 29): Story Hill BKC http://catch22mke.com/52-restaurants-week-29-story-hill-bkc/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 11:02:09 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/52-restaurants-week-29-story-hill-bkc/

It’s more important than ever to support our local restaurants. And there’s no better way to do that than to commit to hanging out with them year-round. To help guide you on your journey, I’ve compiled a list of 52 restaurants (one for each week of 2022) that should be on your Milwaukee dining list. See the full list here.

BKC History Hill
5100 W. Bluemound Road, (414) 539-4424
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New American, Midwest
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As far as West Side restaurants go, Story Hill remains among the best. Its Midwestern cuisine — sprinkled with inspirational shakes, both domestic and global — is accessible without causing boredom. It’s also a great place to go with friends who like to share dishes, as you can try quite a few in one sitting. Large sharing plates run the gamut from Cedar Planked Trout and Booyah! chicken thighs with pork chop cutlet and beef short rib gnocchi.

Pair them with your selections with delicious butterflake rolls, smoked Yukon potato gratin, and their miso-braised cabbage.


Don’t miss their exceptional brunch offerings offered Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Recommended: chicken dumpling; smoked Yukon gratin; schnitzel; brunch dishes: crêpe monsieur or shakshouka

[View their current menu online]

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6 Ways to Celebrate Dia de los Muertos in Milwaukee http://catch22mke.com/6-ways-to-celebrate-dia-de-los-muertos-in-milwaukee/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 23:31:00 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/6-ways-to-celebrate-dia-de-los-muertos-in-milwaukee/

Dia de los Muertos – Day of the Dead – is quite different from Halloween even though the holiday falls within the same time frame.

Unlike Halloween, Dia de los Muertos lasts two days – in 2022 it runs from November 1-2 – and is above all a celebration of life and joy. It is also a time to honor deceased family members and some believe it is the time when “the veil” between life and death is thinnest and therefore provides the opportunity to communicate with loved ones. deceased.

Here are six ways to celebrate:

1. Day of the Dead at Mitchell Park Domes
The Desert Dome is the setting for a Dia de los Muertos celebration featuring flowers and candlelight. This festive event takes place on Friday, October 28 from 6 to 9 p.m. Admission is $8 per person.

2. Latin Arts Gallery Dia de los Muertos Ofrenda Exhibition
Check out this gallery, 1028 S. 9th St., full of colorful and meaningful ofrendas (altars) honoring the dead. This year’s ofrenda installations come from the Mexican Consulate, Milwaukee University School and local artists. It runs until Sunday, November 20. and hours are Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. There is an opening reception on Friday, October 28 at 5:00 p.m.


3. Dia de los Muertos Festival and 5K Run/Walk
Run through Forest Home Cemetery, 2405 W. Forest Home Ave., Saturday, October 29 at 9 a.m., then stay to enjoy a family-friendly Day of the Dead celebration with food trucks, local vendors, arts and crafts, music and dancing, altars to the dead, face painting, community resource booths and more. The festivities last until 5 p.m.

4. 30th Annual Dia de Los Muertos Celebración/Celebration
Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, 839 S. 5th St., has the longest tradition of celebrating this cultural practice in Milwaukee. This exhibition of offerings made by artists and community members runs until Friday, November 11.

5. Dine at a Mexican restaurant
There are a million muy bueno Mexican restaurants in Milwaukee. Stop at one of your favorites or try a new spot. Here are five to try.

6. Visit Ofrenda House
Jason Gonzales of Milwaukee and his 4-year-old daughter created this stunning yard ofrenda, 4149 S. 1st St., to honor his grandmother, mother, and anyone else mourned by someone in the community. The visit is free, but collects donations for a local recovery center.

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Vegan taqueria from Beard-nominated chef opens in Logan Square http://catch22mke.com/vegan-taqueria-from-beard-nominated-chef-opens-in-logan-square/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 22:29:42 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/vegan-taqueria-from-beard-nominated-chef-opens-in-logan-square/

James Beard Award-nominated chef Rodolfo Cuadros, owner of Bloom Plant Based Kitchen and Amaru, is opening a third restaurant — a vegan taqueria Logan Square.

Bloom Plant Based Kitchen opened in 2021 in Wicker Park, spun off from a ghost kitchen established in 2020 after COVID restrictions suspended indoor dining this spring. Cuadros first ran Bloom from his Bucktown restaurant, Amaru, a Latin American eatery that draws on many influences and serves meat and dairy. Little did the chef realize that his pandemic survival pivot would be a smash hit that would form the backbone of his second restaurant. Both health conscious and environmentally conscious people have taken advantage of the international influences offered by Bloom.

Cuadros has been hesitant to call his restaurants vegan, he describes his third venture, Don Bucio Taqueria – or DBT – as “a humble Mexican restaurant that serves vegan food”. The restaurant is named after a cook Cuadros has known since arriving in Chicago nine years ago, an immigrant from Colombia. Bucio, originally from Mexico, spent nearly 30 years in Chicago and followed Cuadros de Carnivale to his other restaurants. Cuadros says he feels responsible for taking care of him and notes that Bucio has a talent: “He cooks like a grandmother or a mother would,” Cuadros says, giving him a compliment.

There’s a sense of deja vu, with Bloom coming from Amaru and Don Bucio coming from Bloom’s opening menu, one featuring two tacos, Asado mushrooms and another with banana blossoms. The tacos’ popularity sparked many jokes between Cuadros and a young Mexican American cook named Gustavo Ocampo: “It got to the point where we were like ‘Okay, when are we going to do this?’ said Cuadros.

This conversation inspired Cuadros to sign a lease at 2763 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Logan Square. Cuadros. which earned a Beard nomination for Best Chef: Great Lakes, hopes to debut by the end of November. They will have 90 seats with a full liquor license for margaritas. Emily Anderson, the same firm that designed Bloom, is handling the interiors. Expect lots of bright colors. Music is also important. Cuadros wants to show different Latin cultures by playing cumbia, a folk genre originating in Colombia but played throughout the region.

Cuadros imagines about six rotating tacos on the menu, including a vegan al pastor. This will differ from the version served in Bucktown at Taqueria Chingon, as Cuadros has developed a labor-intensive method that puts root vegetables, legumes, carrots and other ingredients into a food processor , then freezes and shapes them like a classic Chicago Kronos. gyros cone. The yuca helps bind the ingredients. The cone is then sliced ​​and crisped on a platter and served in restaurant-made tortillas. It’s an advantage Chicago’s Mexican cuisine has over cities like New York, a city filled with mediocre tortilla options.

Maintaining competitive prices is something difficult for Mexican food, where many customers continue to support outdated understandings that tacos are supposed to be cheap. Taqueria Chingon came under criticism over pricing when it opened in 2021 (an Asada steak taco is currently $6.50). This poses an even greater challenge in the mainstream vegan space, a notoriously picky and sometimes value-obsessed clientele.

Cuadros hopes he can connect with a consumer base that can appreciate the hard work and imagination he puts into his food. It does not cater to fast food vegans. He is looking for families and others who are concerned about reducing their meat consumption. Vegans who crave tortas but are shunned because telera rolls often contain lard will be glad Cuadros has contracted ButterCrumb Bakery in suburban Hickory Hills to make vegan rolls.

Cuadros isn’t 100% vegan, but he admits that eating less meat has made eating beef or chicken more enjoyable. He also has more money to buy a quality cut of meat that has been raised ethically.

“You’re so mentally programmed by the food pyramid that they came up with in the ’60s that was completely influenced by lobby groups,” he says. “That we need animal protein at every meal, and I just don’t think that’s the case.”

Look for more coverage as opening day approaches.

Don Bucio Taqueria, 2764 N. Milwaukee Avenue, slated to open in late November.

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Dominic the Food Critic: Wolf http://catch22mke.com/dominic-the-food-critic-wolf/ Sat, 22 Oct 2022 16:31:00 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/dominic-the-food-critic-wolf/

Last weekend, I was able to discover Loup: Soup with a Local Twist at 7505 Harwood Ave. in Wauwatosa. They have many tasty and healthy offerings, including homemade soups and sandwiches.

I have to say the soup, sandwiches and bread with butter is the perfect meal. Some of the sandwiches they have to offer at Le Loup include heirloom tomatoes; mozzarella with pesto, turkey and goat cheese with fine herbs; and Pepper Grilled Cheese which is made with herb-crusted toasted sourdough bread. Every day they also offer different soup choices that you can try.

I had the pleasure of meeting Mary and Maria, the two workers who were there during my visit.

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They were both super nice and I had a chat with them about how the soup and sandwich shop started. Mary said she was going to college and working in art therapy. I thought it was super unique, and such a cool thing to study. I really enjoyed meeting them.

The local soup and sandwich business opened in December 2020. Owner Steven Wenhardt also owns Wisconsin Soup Company. He started over 10 years ago selling frozen soups at farmers markets in southeast Wisconsin.

Wolf has a modern farmhouse theme. On the walls inside there are some very nice paintings that the artists have drawn to give the laid back environment a bright feel.


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Customers have two choices. They can order at the counter and take their meal away. Maybe they’ll sit down with a friend in Hart Park and grab a bite of their delicious herb-crusted grilled cheese sandwich. Guests can also dine inside the restaurant and enjoy the open and bright ambiance.

I choose to order their lemon egg salad sandwich. On this extra delicious sandwich, there were healthy foods like onions, celery, mustard, lemon, chives, mayonnaise and spring lettuce on a French bun. I also had a warm and cozy Farmland split pea soup for my side dish. I dipped my French roll in the split pea soup. I was in heaven.

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My dad ordered the grilled cheese with blackened chicken wild rice soup. He thought the grilled cheese had amazing flavor and the soup tasted amazing.

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I would highly recommend trying this local owned modern soup and sandwich that has an extra twist. They are a must, and if you fancy a grilled cheese or a sandwich and soup, this is a place to check out. You will not be disappointed.

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