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What You'll Get
- $40 worth of fresh Italian fare and drinks from The Pasta Tree
- View menu
- Full wine list
- Romantic outdoor patio
- Charming European-style decór
- Over 26 years of service
- Convenient location
The Journal Sentinel gives The Pasta Tree three stars, and Express Milwaukee calls it the Best Italian Restaurant and Restaurant for Romance. While some Yelpers and Citysearchers dock stars for service, they love the restaurant’s intimate ambience and fresh food. Yelpers and Citysearchers award four-star averages, TripAdvisors give three, and 75% of Urbanspooners recommend it. > * … I’ve come for the food, and in that department the Pasta Tree in its new era still has got it. Food and service provided plenty of pleasure, and missteps were few on my visits. – Carol Deptolla, Journal Sentinel > * The sommelier has assembled an impressive selection of wines, which the knowledgeable staff will be happy to expertly pair with your food selection. – Brian Muilenburg, Express Milwaukee
The Fine Print
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About The Pasta Tree Restaurant & Wine Bar
Homemade from egg, spinach, or whole wheat, The Pasta Tree Restaurant & Wine Bar's namesake pasta earned the eatery the honor of best Italian restaurant and runner-up for best romantic restaurant on Express Milwaukee's Best of Milwaukee 2012 list. Now celebrating 35 years of dining excellence, chefs toss them with ingredients such as a gorgonzola Alfredo sauce, caramelized mushrooms, and Australian lobster tail. They incorporate more local ingredients into other homemade delicacies, such as fresh baked bread and tiramisu.
To help wash down each homemade bite, barkeeps pour reds and whites by the glass, whip up classic cocktails, and decant local beers. Feasts unfold in The Pasta Tree Restaurant & Wine Bar's European-style bistro, split between an intimate dining room and a cozy wine bar. There, a fireplace thaws chilly customers in the winter, while a secret garden patio opens in summer to surround diners with aromatic flowers, tranquil fountains, and gnomes that lust after your food but never touch it. Customers also have the option to take the bistro fare to take to a festival or enjoy in a park or on a boat by ordering the gourmet picnic basket for two .