Tazinos Pizza & Salad Bistro provides patrons with a buffet-style smorgasbord of specialty pizzas, pastas, and salads. Already cooking at three locations, a fourth eatery in downtown Milwaukee is slated to open its doors this summer. Each casual restaurant revolves around an all-you-can-eat menu of fresh, nutritious Italian fare, including pizzas crafted from natural Wisconsin cheeses and dough that is kneaded onsite every morning using unbleached flour and absolutely no high-fructose corn syrup, trans fats, MSG, or magic beans. Pies range from classic pepperoni and authentic Italian margherita to the specialty Tailgater, topped with Klement's bratwurst, green peppers, brown mustard, and barbecue sauce. Salads, such as a sweet Asian-style slaw, and pastas, ranging from mac 'n' cheese to garlic-and-herb fettuccini, keep forks gainfully employed, and each meal is rounded out by a selection of soups, desserts, and spicy pepperoni rolls.
On Saturday and Sunday, Sunriza pizzas fend off the morning munchies with renditions of breakfast favorites in pie form. Topping choices include eggs and bacon, eggs ranchero, and morning-fresh veggies, and each slice may be enjoyed alongside other breakfast staples such as french toast, cereal, and mini cinnamon rolls.
Little plates such as fish tacos with chipotle aioli—culled from Lake Michigan’s little-known chipotle waterfalls ($10)—or the hot beef sliders ($9) set the culinary scene for heavy-hitting entrees. The seared duck breast (served with cabernet sauce, roasted grapes, and asparagus, $18) is a delicious bird. The Asian salmon in shrimp fried rice ($17) delights omnivores who occasionally foray into seafare.
Sunlight filters through the tall windows at Fuell Cafe, illuminating warm orange walls, tall chairs docked at counters, and glass cases showcasing a variety of treats and beverages. Head chef and owner Alessandro Casalena works with fresh-baked ciabatta, nine-grain bread, and locally sourced and sustainable meats, cheeses, and vegetables, creating such masterpieces as a dijon tuna sandwich and a signature chicken-curry wrap. He can alter menu items to accommodate allergies, dietary needs, or phobias of tomato slices shaped like presidents.
Though typically The Papas House only stays open for breakfast and lunch, Fridays are a bit different. Doors stay open until 3 p.m. so that patrons can enjoy its signature Friday fish fry, just one of the many tempting dishes cooks create from fresh ingredients. Daily menu items include towering stacks of flapjacks and french toast, crepes and waffles, sandwiches and burgers, and hefty omelets and breakfast skillets.
Twisted Cuisine swirls together gourmet flavors from across the nation in a rotating roster of seasonal eats. Drop in during meridial hours for a lunch order of pulled pork with the Super Trooper (braised pork shoulder with house-made barbecue sauce served on a split-top bun topped with coleslaw, $8) or a build-your-own-burger bonanza—one angus beef ($8.50), buffalo ($9), turkey ($8), or veggie ($8) patty on a bagel, split-top bun, or English muffin with choice of sauces and a bevy of optional, additional toppings such as bacon, avocado, and various cheeses (toppings 50¢ each). Alternately, shun the sun and pop in for dinner, beginning with jalapeño heart attack shrimp ($8.50), stuffed with jalapeno cream cheese, wrapped in bacon, and deep-fried to seal in their Neptunian juices. Experience the exotic with pan-seared kangaroo cutlets ($18), or take on a more domestic delight with St. Louis-style wild boar ribs slow-smoked and finished with a session on the grill ($19.50).
Our goal is to provide Good Food, Good Fun, and Good Friends!! We are a Family oriented restaurant that encourges people to come eat and relax afterwards, We Never Rush you to leave, Heck if you stay long enough we will sit down and join ya for a beer or challange you to a game of Silver Strike or Wii.