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50 BEST RESTAURANTS
THE MILWAUKEE AREA'S TOP DINING ESTABLISHMENTS, 
AS CHOSEN BY OUR EDITORS

COPY BY SYDNEY PURPORA  |  PHOTOS BY DAVID SZYMANSKI

The Milwaukee area’s culinary community is undoubtedly stronger than ever, and paring down its many restaurants into a list of just 50 was no easy feat. Our editors weighed various factors, including the inventiveness of the establishment’s cuisine and overall ambiance, when deciding which restaurants deserved a spot on this list, and we’re excited to finally share it with you, our loyal readers and fellow foodies. Enjoy! *This list is ordered alphabetically; numbers do not indicate or imply rank.


 

 

50 Best Restaurants*

1. Amilinda
    Milwaukee/Downtown

2. Ardent
    Milwaukee/East Side


3. Artisan 179
    Pewaukee


4. Belfrē Kitchen
    Delafield


5. Bodegón
    Milwaukee/Walker's Point


6. Braise
    Milwaukee/Walker's Point


7. Buckley’s
    Milwaukee/Downtown


8. Café Manna
    Brookfield


9. Carnevor
     Milwaukee/Downtown


10. The Cheel
      Thiensville


11. Centro Café
      Milwaukee/Riverwest


12. Circa 1880
      Milwaukee/Walker's Point


13. Crazy Water
      Milwaukee/Walker's Point


14. Dream Dance Steak
      Milwaukee/Menomonee Valley


15. The Fitz
      Milwaukee/Downtown


16. Farmstead
      Cedarburg


17. Goodkind
      Milwaukee/Bay View


18. Harbor House
      Milwaukee/Downtown


19. I.d.
      Delafield


20. Jake’s
      Pewaukee


21. Juniper 61
      Wauwatosa


22. La Merenda
      Milwaukee/Walker's Point


23. Le Rêve Patisserie & Café
      Wauwatosa


24. Lake Park Bistro
      Milwaukee/East Side

25. Lagniappe Brasserie
      New Berlin

26. Lazy Susan
      Milwaukee/Bay View


27. Maison
      Milwaukee/Vliet Street


28. Mason Street Grill
      Milwaukee/Downtown


29. Merriment Social
      Milwaukee/Historic Third and Fifth Wards


30. Morel
      Milwaukee/Walker's Point


31. Movida
      Milwaukee/Walker's Point


32. Mr. B’s: A Bartolotta Steakhouse
      Brookfield and Mequon


33. The Noble
      Milwaukee/Walker's Point


34. Odd Duck
      Milwaukee/Bay View


35. Palmer’s Steakhouse
      Hartland


36. Parkside 23
      Brookfield


37. Pastiche Bistro & Wine Bar
      Brown Deer


38. Ristorante Bartolotta
      Wauwatosa


39. Sanford Restaurant
      Milwaukee/East Side


40. The Stilt House
      Cedarburg


41. Story Hill BKC
      Wauwatosa


42. Supper
      Milwaukee/East Side


43. Third Coast Provisions
      Milwaukee/Downtown


44. Tofte’s Table
      Waukesha


45. Tre Rivali
      Milwaukee/Historic Third and Fifth Wards

46. Twisted Willow
      Port Washington

47. The Union House
       Genesee Depot


48. Wolf Peach
      Milwaukee/Brewers Hill


49. Zarletti
      Mequon and Milwaukee/Downtown


50. Zesti
      Hartland

 


50 Best Restaurants by Neighborhood

Milwaukee/Bay View
» Goodkind
» Lazy Susan
» Odd Duck

Milwaukee/Brewers Hill
» Wolf Peach

Brookfield
» Café Manna
» Mr. B’s: A Bartolotta Steakhouse
» Parkside 23

Brown Deer
» Pastiche Bistro & Wine Bar

Cedarburg
» Farmstead
» The Stilt House

Delafield
» Belfrē Kitchen
» I.d.

Milwaukee/Downtown
» Amilinda
» Buckley’s
» Carnevor
» The Fitz
» Harbor House
» Mason Street Grill
» Pastiche Bistro & Wine Bar
» Third Coast Provisions
» Zarletti

Milwaukee/East Side
» Ardent
» Lake Park Bistro
» Sanford Restaurant
» Supper

Genesse Depot
» The Union House

Hartland
» Palmer’s Steakhouse
» Zesti

 

Milwaukee/Historic Third
and Fifth Wards
» Merriment Social
» Tre Rivali

Milwaukee/Menomonee Valley
» Dream Dance Steak

Mequon
» Mr. B’s: A Bartolotta Steakhouse
» Zarletti

New Berlin
» Lagniappe Brasserie

Pewaukee
» Artisan 179
» Jake’s

Port Washington
» Twisted Willow

Milwaukee/Riverwest
»Centro Café

Thiensville
» The Cheel

Milwaukee/Vliet Street
» Maison

Milwaukee/Walker's Point
» Bodegón
» Braise
» Circa 1880
» Crazy Water
» La Merenda
» Morel
» Movida
» The Noble

Waukesha
» Tofte’s Table

Wauwatosa
» Juniper 61
» Le Rêve Patisserie & Café
» Ristorante Bartolotta
» Story Hill BKC

 

1. Amilinda

315 E. Wisconsin Ave., (414) 369-3683
amilinda.com

Bringing hints of Spain and Portugal to each dish, Amilinda offers boldly flavored, seasonal entrées and plates made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

INSIDER TIP: The cheery, brightly colored dining room includes high-top, bar-like seating, where diners can peek into the restaurant’s open-concept kitchen.


2. Ardent

1751 N. Farwell Ave., (414) 897-7022
ardentmke.com

A true dining experience, Ardent’s dinner service is ever-changing chef’s tasting menu crafted by James Beard Award nominee Justin Carlisle, with multiple courses and optional beverage pairings.  

INSIDER TIP: Ardent is open Wednesday through Sunday, with two seatings offered between 6 and 6:45 p.m. and 8 and 8:45 p.m., so reservations are encouraged.


3. Artisan 179

179 W. Wisconsin Ave., Pewaukee, (262) 691-0200
artisan179.com

Artistry and food unite at this Lake Country restaurant, offering inventive dishes and panoramic views of Pewaukee Lake.  

INSIDER TIP: Order the smoked pork and peach flatbread to start, and then round out your meal with an “adult” milkshake made with bourbon, Sassy Cow Creamery vanilla ice cream and house-made chocolate chip cookies.


4. Belfrē Kitchen


Belfré Kitchen / Brown Butter Poached Whitefish

606 N. Genesee St., Delafield, (262) 303-5066
belfrekitchen.com

Locally sourced ingredients and fresh, simple flavors define this cozy yet chic eatery. Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. too.

INSIDER TIP: A delectable combination of chicken, brie cheese, fig jam, bacon and mustard, the chicken batard sandwich is our go-to dish when visiting downtown Delafield.

5. Bodegón

600 S. Sixth St., (414) 488-9146
hotelmadridmke.com

Housed within Hotel Madrid in Walker’s Point, Bodegón is a fine-dining restaurant that celebrates Spanish cuisine.

INSIDER TIP: Adventurous diners will find their place here, as Bodegón’s menu includes bone marrow, whole-roasted suckling pig, and more.


6.Braise


Braise / Steamed Pork Buns

1101 S. Second St., (414) 212-8843
braiselocalfood.com

As one of Milwaukee’s first farm-to-table restaurants, Braise’s chefs highlight slow-grown, natural foods in every dish they serve.  

INSIDER TIP: Order the steamed pork buns — a Braise mainstay, despite the restaurant’s ever-changing menu.

 

7. Buckley’s

801 N. Cass St., (414) 277-1111
buckleysmilwaukee.com

This American-style, corner-bistro restaurant serves unique and approachable dishes — each made from scratch with fresh ingredients.

INSIDER TIP: The steamed mussels are some of the city’s best, as is the Maine-style lobster roll.

8. Café Manna

3815 N. Brookfield Road, Brookfield, (262) 790-2340
cafemanna.com

Vegan and vegetarian fare is the name of the game at Café Manna, Wisconsin’s first certified-green restaurant.

INSIDER TIP: Loaded with creamy guacamole and drizzled with ancho-cashew sour cream, the potato skins are a must-order appetizer.  


9. Carnevor

718 N. Milwaukee St., (414) 223-2200
carnevor.com/milwaukee/index.php

Long revered as one of Milwaukee’s premier steakhouses, Carnevor specializes in prime cuts, including Allen Brothers prime steaks, but offers savory seafood options too.

INSIDER TIP: Don’t skimp on the toppings and sauces, which vary from a shitake brandy reduction to Wisconsin blue cheese butter with Nueske’s bacon.

10. The Cheel

The Cheel / Bheda Shank

105 S. Main St., Thiensville, (262) 236-9463
thecheel.com

A native of Nepal, chef/owner Barkha Daly and her husband, co-owner Jesse, deliver fresh, authentic cuisine inspired by Nepal and the Himalayas.

INSIDER TIP: The lentil wrap is a M staff favorite, as are the lamb dumplings.

 

11. Centro Café

808 E. Center St., (414) 455-3751
centrocaferiverwest.com

A staple in the Riverwest community, the Italian café offers a relaxed atmosphere and classic dishes with a simple spin on traditional flavors.

INSIDER TIP: For an immersive experience, step outside to the beautiful garden patio and sample the homemade gnudi.


12. Circa 1880

1100 S. First St., (414) 431-9271
c1880.com

A Milwaukee native, chef/owner Thomas Hauck serves up locally sourced proteins, from short ribs and duck to veal tenderloin and steak tartare, with a fresh, innovative twist. The five-course tasting menu is a diner favorite too.

INSIDER TIP: Plunge your fork into the lamb served three ways, and then order the sinfully good whatchamacallit for dessert.

13. Crazy Water

839 S. Second St., (414) 645-2606
crazywatermilwaukee.com

Chef/owner Peggy Magister was one of the first Milwaukee area restaurateurs to bring farm-to-table dining to Cream City, and she continues to deliver inventive plates made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

INSIDER TIP: While each entree shines in its own right, the jasmine rice, which accompanies the crazy shrimp, is superbly yummy too.

14. Dream Dance Steak

1721 W. Canal St., (414) 847-7883
paysbig.com

Housed within Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, Dream Dance Steak prepares its steaks with beef sourced regionally. The wine list selection tops 600 varietals too.

INSIDER TIP: An unexpected steakhouse gem, the Wisconsin cheese curd fritters are mouthwateringly good.


15. The Fitz

The Fitz at the Ambassador Hotel / Fried Chicken and Waffles

2308 W. Wisconsin Ave., (414) 345-5015
thefitzmke.com

Husband and wife duo Jason and Jennifer Gorman serve up American-style dishes with an edge at this newly reimagined restaurant housed within the Ambassador Hotel.

INSIDER TIP: For a heartier meal, order the fried chicken and waffles served with Korean chili maple syrup and pickled cucumber salad.


16. Farmstead

W62 N238 Washington Ave., Cedarburg, (262) 375-2655
farmsteadwi.com

Located on the south end of Cedarburg in a 150-year-old stone farmhouse, Farmstead is a steakhouse done the right way, with many cuts topped with a signature smashed garlic glaze.

INSIDER TIP: While known for its steaks, Farmstead’s juicy burgers are tasty too.


17. Goodkind

2457 S. Wentworth Ave., (414) 763-4706
goodkindbayview.com

Tucked away on a quiet Bay View corner, Goodkind specializes in rotisserie meats, locally sourced produce and house-made cocktails.

INSIDER TIP: The beloved neighborhood spot is open late, serving dinner until 1 a.m. daily.  

18. Harbor House

550 N. Harbor Drive, (414) 395-4900
harborhousemke.com

With a seafood-focused menu and unbeatable views of Lake Michigan and the downtown skyline, the lakefront restaurant oozes classic style with a romantic twist.

INSIDER TIP: Stop in during happy hour — 4-6 p.m., Monday through Friday — for $8 mussels and $10 tuna tartare.


19. I.d.

I.d. /  Butterscotch Pot

415 Genesee St., Delafield, (262) 646-1620
iddelafield.com

With an open-concept kitchen and a menu filled with unconventional pairings, I.d. brings innovative, small-plate dining to Lake Country.

INSIDER TIP: Creamy and silk with a touch of saltiness, the butterscotch pot is go-to dessert order.


20. Jake’s

21445 W. Gumina Road, Pewaukee, (262) 781-7995
jakes-restaurant.com

Established nearly 60 years ago, Jake’s is a classic, American-style steakhouse with a dually refined and rustic feel.

INSIDER TIP: Jake’s Monday night special is not to be missed: For just shy of $15, patrons can enjoy a tenderloin or rib-eye steak with a choice of potato or onion rings.


21. Juniper 61

6030 W. North Ave., (414) 727-6161
juniper61.com

A globally influenced, new-American restaurant, Executive Chef Darin Yenter brings unexpected flavor to each dish.

INSIDER TIP: Sink your teeth into the pear and Gorgonzola flatbread pizza, or satisfy your sweet tooth with the warm brownie sundae topped with Purple Door’s salted caramel ice cream.


22. La Merenda

125 E. National Ave., (414) 389-0125
lamerenda125.com

La Merenda — or “early snack” in Italian — is a tapas restaurant, and there’s no shortage of shareable plates made with locally sourced ingredients on the menu.  

INSIDER TIP: Try the Argentinian-style beef prepared on a bead of chimichurri, mashed plantains and walnuts, or for a vegetarian option, the patatas bravas are a diner favorite.  


23. Le Rêve Patisserie & Café

Le Rêve Patisserie & Café / Canard Au Bourguignon

7610 Harwood Ave., Wauwatosa, (414) 778-3333
lerevecafe.com

Once a 100-year-old bank, this lively French bistro serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner, or stop in for a delectable house-made pastry or dessert.

INSIDER TIP: The café is closed Sundays, but you can still enjoy brunch from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays.


24. Lake Park Bistro

3133 E. Newberry Blvd., (414) 962-6300
lakeparkbistro.com

Situated atop Milwaukee’s lakefront bluffs, this elegant French restaurant woos guests with culturally inspired plates.

INSIDER TIP: Grab a spot at the bar and sip a glass of French champagne as you munch on frites with garlic aioli.


25. Lagniappe Brasserie

17001 W. Greenfield Ave., New Berlin, (262) 782-7530
lagniappebrasserie.com

Branding itself as “French cuisine with a twist,” this New Berlin eatery boasts a menu that changes daily, plus thoughtful accompaniments like house-grown herbs.

INSIDER TIP: The duck breast entree is a consistent favorite among guests, as is the juicy cheeseburger.


26. Lazy Susan

2378 S. Howell Ave., (414) 988-7086

Lazy Susan’s menu is filled with shareable plates served as they’re ready, and Sunday brunch service includes gluten-free options like blueberry ricotta pancakes and sweet potato latkes.

INSIDER TIP: Pop in on Tuesday nights for the dinner-for-two special, which includes four courses for $40.


27. Maison

5921 W. Vliet St., (414) 323-4030
maisonmke.com

This newly opened, privately owned restaurant boasts a modern twist on classic French cuisine. At its helm is Executive Chef Michael Quinn, a Milwaukee Area Technical College culinary arts graduate.

INSIDER TIP: The mussels here are quite good, and, true to French culture, served with crunchy grilled baguette and sauce du jour.


28. Mason Street Grill

425 E. Mason St., (414) 298-3131
masonstreetgrill.com

Opened in 2007, this American style restaurant, specializing in meat dominant plates served with classic side dishes, offers a high-end yet relaxed atmosphere throughout the dining experience.

INSIDER TIP: Tap your toes to live jazz music six days a week in the restaurant’s bar area, or watch the kitchen staff in action as you dine at the newly opened chef’s counter.  


29. Merriment Social

240 E. Pittsburgh Ave., (414) 645-0240
merrimentsocial.com

Menus change seasonally at Merriment Social, but certain favorites — like the over-the-top burgers and their creative toppings  — remain.

INSIDER TIP: Merriment Social lives up to its name for brunch every Sunday, when the restaurant transforms into a lively, go-to spot for social gatherings among friends.


30. Morel

430 S. Second St., (414) 897-0747
morelmke.com

Farm-to-table dishes — many of which feature a mushroom varietal — define this cozy yet upscale restaurant.

INSIDER TIP: Start with the chef’s choice charcuterie board, then order the savory beef short rib entrée served with bacon, celery root, braised red cabbage, horseradish and beef jus.


31. Movida

524 S. Second St., (414) 224-5300
movidamke.com

Inspired by the food and drink of Spain, Movida offers traditional Spanish tapas and cocktails, including paella, croquetas and house-made sangria.

INSIDER TIP: Topped with quail yolk and a drizzle of truffle oil, the beef tenderloin tartare is a must-order.


32. Mr. B’s: A Bartolotta Steakhouse

18380 W. Capitol Drive, Brookfield, (262) 790-7005
and 11120 N. Cedarburg Road, Mequon, (262) 518-5500
mrbssteakhouse.com

With two Milwaukee area locations, this classically decorated, Italian-style steakhouse specializes in wood-fired steaks and chops.

INSIDER TIP: For dessert, sink your spoon into the Brazilian flan served with warm rum caramel sauce and topped with fresh berries.


33. The Noble

704 S. Second St., (414) 243-4997
nobleprovisions.com

A menu that changes daily and quite possibly the coziest, most charming dining and bar area around can be found at The Noble, a Walker’s Point gem.

INSIDER TIP: Although the menu changes daily, diners can expect poultry, beef and pescatarian- and vegetarian-friendly dishes each night. Portion sizes are quite large, so consider sharing an entree or two to sample more of the menu.


34. Odd Duck

2352 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., (414) 763-5881
oddduckrestaurant.com

Specializing in small plates and sharable dishes made with local ingredients, many of Odd Duck’s plates include global influences too.  

INSIDER TIP: Snag a seat on the back patio and nibble on a charcuterie board. Don’t miss the house-made chicken liver mousse.


35. Palmer’s Steakhouse

122 E. Capitol Drive, Hartland, (262) 369-3939
palmerssteakhouse.com

Located in the Historic Cobblestone Inn in downtown Hartland, Palmer’s is an American-style steakhouse, complete with old-school, vintage charm and an impressive wine list.

INSIDER TIP: Before diving into a sauteed-mushroom-topped steak, order the homemade shredded onion rings to start.


36. Parkside 23

2300 Pilgrim Square Drive, Brookfield, (262) 784-7275
parkside23.com

Parkside 23 takes the farm-to-table dining experience quite literally. Its kitchen staff grows many ingredients in an on-site garden, and the menu is then inspired by its seasonal bounty.

INSIDER TIP: Grab a spot on the outdoor patio and enjoy the flavorful stuffed peppers. (You won’t even realize they’re meat free.)

37. Pastiche Bistro & Wine Bar

411 E. Mason St., (414) 225-3270, and
4313 W. River Lane, Brown Deer, (414) 354-1995
pastichebistro.com

Located in downtown Milwaukee and Brown Deer, this traditional French bistro strives to use fresh, locally ingredients in every dish.

INSIDER TIP: If you’re looking to expand your taste buds, order the deep-fried frog legs with remoulade.

38. Ristorante Bartolotta

Ristorante Bartolotta / Farro and Seafood Salad

7616 W. State St., Wauwatosa, (414) 771-7910
bartolottaristorante.com

The first-ever restaurant by brother Paul and Joe Bartolotta, Ristorante Bartolotta serves authentic Italian cuisine in a cozy yet refined atmosphere.

INSIDER TIP: Ristorante imports products directly from Italy, but other standout menu ingredients, like the house-made ricotta and hand-made potato gnocchi, are just as authentically tasty too.


39. Sanford Restaurant

1547 N. Jackson St., (414) 276-9608
sanfordrestaurant.com

Formerly owned and operated by James Beard Award winner Sandy D’Amato, Sanford Restaurant — and its famously inventive menu and intimate atmosphere — is a Milwaukee institution.

INSIDER TIP: The surprise tasting menu, which includes seven courses and is served Monday through Friday only, is worth its $89 price tag.


40. The Stilt House

The Stilt House / Bacon Brie Burger

W62 N630 Washington Ave., Cedarburg, (262) 618-4889
stilthousegastrobar.com

Located on the shores of Cedar Creek, this American-style bar and restaurant serves up both small and large plates, with an impressive tap beer list to boot.

INSIDER TIP: A lighter yet tasty indulgence, the grilled romaine salad with applewood bacon and Parmesan cheese is a M staff favorite.


41. Story Hill BKC

5100 W. Bluemound Road, (414) 539-4424
storyhillbkc.com

The BKC is Story Hill’s name stands for “bottle, kitchen, cocktail,” and the Milwaukee area serves up quality fare inspired by the Upper Midwest — and with a sophisticated, globally influenced technique too.

INSIDER TIP: Story Hill’s happy hour menu, served from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, is extensive, with the loin bacon flatbread and avocado toast topping our must-order list.

42. Supper

1962 N. Prospect Ave., (414) 509-6074
supper.restaurant

Owner Gina Gruenewald of Wolf Peach fame opened Supper in the former Shorecrest Hotel, offering guests a modern take on a traditional, American-style supper club.

INSIDER TIP: Enjoy 2-for-1 old-fashioned and gimlets, plus light bites like $7 mussels and $5 heirloom tomato crostini, during happy hour, weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m.


43. Third Coast Provisions

724 N. Milwaukee St., (414) 323-7434
thirdcoastprovisions.com

Seafood is the name of the game at Third Coast Provisions, where chargrilled oysters, raw and chilled shellfish and crudo dominate the extensive menu.

INSIDER TIP: Bite into an updated, home-style classic with the lobster pot pie. The dish is served with seasonal vegetables mushrooms and topped with black truffle butter.  


44. Tofte’s Table

Tofte's Table / Braised Pork Belly

331 Riverfront St., Waukesha, (262) 408-5633
toftestable.com

Husband and wife duo and owners Jason and Cristina Tofte deliver high-quality comfort food and seasonally inspired cuisine in a warm, inviting atmosphere.

INSIDER TIP: Save room for dessert: The sticky toffee pudding is unlike any other dish we’ve sampled in Milwaukee, and truly not one to be missed.


45. Tre Rivali

200 N. Broadway, (414) 291-3971
trerivalirestaurant.com

Located within the Kimpton Journeyman Hotel, this Mediterranean-inspired restaurant is helmed by Chicago restaurant veteran and “Top Chef” alum Heather Terhune.

INSIDER TIP: Munch on the crispy, pork belly wood-fired pizza or the charred octopus. Both dishes are bursting with fresh, salty flavor.  

46. Twisted Willow


Twisted Willow / Crab Cakes

308 N. Franklin St., Port Washington, (262) 268-7600
twistedwillowrestaurant.com

Many of Twisted Willow’s dishes feature produce hand-picked from the restaurant’s nearby garden, and meats and cheeses are sourced from regional farms.

INSIDER TIP: Order a lighter, small-plate appetizer to share, and then plunge your fork into the signature, melt-in-your-mouth crab cakes for the main course.

 

47. The Union House

S42 W31320 Highway 83, Genesee Depot, (262) 968-4281
theunionhouse.com

Located just south of Lake Country, The Union House encapsulates old-school Wisconsin charm. The restaurant's history dates back more than 125 years, ensuring a warm and intimate dining experience, and its menu promises elevated supper club-esque fare, from char-grilled New York strip steak to French onion soup triple-topped with ooey, gooey cheeses.

INSIDER TIP: The baked brie in puff pastry is synonymous with melt-in-your-mouth goodness — trust us.


48. Wolf Peach

1818 N. Hubbard St., (414) 374-8480
wolf-peach.com

This rustic, European-inspired restaurant offers a unique approach to small plate dishes — and a panoramic view of the downtown skyline too.  

INSIDER TIP: The wood-fired pizzas are affordable and shareable, and often topped with produce or herbs from the restaurant’s on-site garden.   


49. Zarletti

741 N. Milwaukee St., (414) 225-0000
zarletti.net

1515 W. Mequon Road, Mequon, (262) 241-5990
zarlettimequon.com

With two Milwaukee area locations, Zarletti sticks to tradition by offering Italian-style dishes curated from recipes passed down through generations.

INSIDER TIP: Dig your fork into the house-made, stuffed pasta of the day. Gluten-free pasta is also available.


50. Zesti


Zesti / Black Angus Beef Tenderloin

130 E. Capitol Drive, Hartland, (262) 367-3333
zestieatery.com

Chef/owner Michael Feker brings a globally-inspired menu, complete with his takes on various cuisine found worldwide, to downtown Hartland.

INSIDER TIP: Sink your teeth into the grilled Black Angus beef tenderloin served over crunchy onion strings. The dish is smothered in a French-style compound butter that will appease even the pickiest of taste buds.

 

 

 

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