Whitefish Bay in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Whitefish Bay with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 911 reviews
Son had a monster double cheeseburger and my daughter and I had custard. Busy as heck but we got our meal in a reasonable time. Son was shocked at the size of the burger and thought it was delicious. Custard was creamy and full of goodies.
4 based on 54 reviews
We visited the restaurant as a group of eight plus two small children on a Friday evening.
Staff were aware that we had two children and had placed us in a room at the side which had a children's play area which was a very welcome distraction as provided the children with an area to play whilst still being watched.
The restaurant is relatively small but with a good layout and great lighting. Very nice vibe and varied clientele.
Our server was informative particularly regarding the wine and very efficient. Our food and drinks were quick to arrive and all as ordered. We had a variety of meals all of which came as requested and all of which were enjoyed. The majority of the party had three courses with no complaints from anyone!
The bill was reasonable and well worth it particularly due to the child friendly space!
4 based on 94 reviews
John Pandl opened Pandl's Whitefish Bay Inn in 1915 right here in this historic building. The current owner is his grandson. Enjoy traditional German favorites as well as popular American entrées in a casually intimate atmosphere with fresh flowers on your table and an attentive waitstaff. Friday night fish fries, especially the lightly-breaded french fried lake perch, are a favorite. A full wine list as well as imported beers are available for your dining enjoyment. Our Pandlbrau, brewed here in Wisconsin, is offered on tap and is enjoyed by many guests.
Amazing brunch. Jason, our server, was wonderful and so accommodating. Great service and Bobby the bartender was such a nice young man.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
Devon Seafood Grill is an upscale seafood restaurant offering simply-prepared fresh fish, premium steaks, an impressive wine cellar and handcrafted cocktails.
We visited on a Sunday evening to celebrate a birthday. We were given a great table near the fireplace. Our server was great, attentive and helpful with the menu. The cheesy biscuits served with maple butter are delicious!
For our entrees, I chose the mesquite grilled swordfish and my friend had the maple glazed cedar plank salmon. We both had the roasted asparagus as one side. I had the Parmesan roasted potatoes, my friend had garlic mashed. For both of us, our fish was perfect - expertly prepared and served.
We shared the apple croustade with cinnamon ice cream for dessert. It was soooo good.
A truly great birthday celebration!
5 based on 531 reviews
Glorioso’s Italian Market is a family-owned business located on Brady Street since 1946. Purveyors of old-world Italian specialties in the heart of Milwaukee's East Side. Fresh, handmade sausages, mouthwatering deli creations and piping hot pizza are just a few of our specialties. Browse our aisles of cheese, wine and pasta. Linger over the amazing selection of olive oils, fresh and frozen pastas, and delicious bakery creations. With a vast array of olives, cheeses, wines, imported meats and delectable sandwiches, along with pastries, cookies, and gelato, Glorioso’s is the perfect stop for a great meal.Glorioso’s has been tantalizing the public’s taste buds with rare Mediterranean treats for over 6 decades. Upon stepping over the threshold, you can see that, four generations later, this is one store that has kept its old world charm. As you walk through the store, you will see family photos scattered throughout. If you stay long enough, you’re bound to run into Joe, Ted or Eddie, the founding brothers, ready to fill you in on the history behind each photograph: from pictures when they got out of the service in WWII, to the first truck they bought for the store, to the TV commercials that feature cameos of two more family members.But if the looks alone aren’t enough, just inhale deeply and you will catch the aroma of one of the many secret family recipes wafting from the back deli. It could be Nonno Felice’s sausage recipe, made fresh daily. Or it could be the house marinara sauce simmering on the stove. Or the Trio’s pizza baking to perfection in the oven.Glorioso’s won the award for Small Business of the Year in 2007, and has had numerous articles written about us in the Milwaukee Journal and the Shepherd Express. We won “Milwaukee’s Best Deli - 2011" from OnMilwaukee and our new store has received several awards for its innovative design. Bring the family over, we'd love to meet you!
If I lived in Milwaukee, I'd live close to Glorioso's, and I'd probably weigh 300 pounds. Besides being a marvelous market, they have one of the best Italian Deli's I have ever seen. Their Italian Roast Beef Sandwich is simply amazing. They also have a...MoreThanks James, although we're sad you don't live closer, we look forward to your next visit!
5 based on 355 reviews
Sanfords is a fine dining restaurant offering tasting menus at different price points with optional wine pairings as well as offerings off the menu.
We dined on a weeknight to celebrate my husband's birthday. We each opted for the surprise menu ($89) and they very easily accommodated one as vegetarian. We also ordered the wine pairings and were very happy with the food, wine and service.
Where Sanfords is starting to suffer is in the decor. There water stains on the ceiling and stains all over the carpet. What was once an elegant venue has become dirty and dated.
4.5 based on 107 reviews
My group searched for places to eat in Glendale and came across Dr Dawg which has a recommendation from Thrillist.
What a treat we had. Each one in our group had a different item and each one reported it satisfied their tastebuds and just about right to fill their bellies.
I loved the coleslaw and the bag of garlic fries.
We would definitely recommend this for others to try.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
The North Shore's newest restaurant, serving inspired American Comfort Food in an upscale-casual atmosphere. Warm. Welcoming. And waiting for you.
Moxie's atmosphere is nice, and the food is tasty, but it's a bit pretentious. Every appetizer (except Tuscan bread) is over $10 (most between $12 and $14), which I think is quite pricey. A Caprese salad (tomatoes and mozarella cheese) is $12. Really?
They do offer GF pasta for the pasta options, with an upcharge, but even simple pasta dishes are $18-20. The portions are ok, but not huge.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Food was great -- Prices were Cheap and it was close to the hotel we stayed at. For not knowing the area that well it was nice to find that the place was right across the street from hotel.
4 based on 92 reviews
Life in Wisconsin is marked with a rich history of hard working people who enjoy simple pleasures. SURG Restaurant Group's Northshore location, Hōm, celebrates simple farm-to-table cuisine and the growers and producers in the community who share the same passion for pairing locally farmed ingredients with dramatic flavors.
This was a tough one to review as the ambiance is great and the staff was friendly. I went with the French Onion Soup and Mikey's Italian Beef. The soup was great; the Italian beef was huge, but was missing the pizzaz. My wife went...MoreCraig, Thank you for the review and we are glad that you liked our food. We hope to see you back soon!
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