Lauded in a review by the Journal-Sentinel, Vino Cappuccino invites guests to leisurely nosh on piping-hot pizzas, crispy flatbreads, fresh salads, and sip from the well-appointed menu of more than 100 wines. The California-, South American-, and Italian-heavy wine list lovingly embraces a few Wisconsin varietals, including the cheese-complementing Wollersheim white riesling ($7). Stomachs will persistently petition for the zucchini frites, long cuts of breaded zucchini served with marinara and garlic aioli ($5.99). Lunchtime loungers can snack on the roasted-beet salad, which mixes spring greens with goat cheese, toasted walnuts, and white-wine vinaigrette ($12.99). Satiate cravings for mushrooms with the portobello sandwich, a ciabatta roll bloated with grilled portobello, provolone cheese, spinach, onions, tomato, and garlic aioli ($7.99). End your edible expedition with the decadent crème brûlée ($4.99) or a cheese plate served with crusty crostini ($8.99). Vino Cappuccino’s casual atmosphere makes it the ideal setting for a romantic dinner for two or for sipping an espresso and reading a book without interruption from chainsaw-wielding librarians.
Giggles' laughter-rich atmosphere recently earned it a pick as Milwaukee's Best Live Comedy Club on CityVoter in 2009. Upcoming headliners include HBO and Comedy Central veteran Tracy Smith, bringing her sassy blend of honest reality March 18–20. On April 8–10 Giggles will feature its debut of Everybody Hates Chris actor and comedian Mike Estime. The pleasingly varied lineup enables audiences to confidently leave tomatoes at home.
Aside from being a premier venue for watching sports, Saloon on Calhoun is a bacon utopia with a daily all-you-can-eat bacon happy hour, bacon-infused vodka, and a menu of bacon-accented pub classics. Widescreen TVs speckle the wooden walls throughout, allowing patrons to catch game replays and Martha Stewart knitting segments from the bar, pool tables, or Internet jukebox. As darts bust cork, thin-crust pizzas present guests with slatherings of homemade sauces and bacon burgers, wraps, and beer-battered fish emit puffs of steam in solidarity with the ears of infuriated cartoon characters. In addition to weekly trivia, karaoke, and live blues events, a fully stocked bar with 15 craft beers tests the limits of patrons' tolerance for fun.
Our mission is to provide our customers with the best grocery shopping experience period. For 4 generations, Sendik's has been the source of quality food products and the finest produce available in Milwaukee and Southeast Wisconsin. Our produce is hand selected daily to make sure your family is receiving the very best.
An array of bottles line shelves and tables and pack boxes, filling the Wine Cellar of Wisconsin with its namesake beverage. Frequent specials are highlighted weekly, including recommendations from the staff. Additionally, evening wine tastings encourage visitors to sample and learn about various varietals. Although the store primarily carries wine, it also stocks a number of craft beers from the likes of New Glarus Brewing, Bell's Brewing, and Ale Asylum.
Sluggo's, a friendly neighborhood sports bar in business for decades, serves up pub food favorites, mixed drinks, and pints of Spotted Cow and Lakefront Brewery beer. Cooks work from a menu of tacos, nachos, burgers, and–on Fridays–beer battered cod or perch. Sports games are broadcast on five televisions.