A few months ago, my Lovely Margie, my mother and I all visited a unique south-side establishment for dinner and a cocktail. We visited McKiernon’s Irish pub, located at 2066 s 37th St. Click the link below to read all about our experience as well as the history of a place like no other.
Two writers from Chow Down in Milwaukee converged on one Mexican restaurant to see what all the excitement was about. What they discovered was one of the most unique dinning spots in Milwaukee. Learn all about the interesting architecture, décor, service and the most importantly the food served there. Will this be your new place to go for great Mexican food? Read the article and decide for yourself.
Here we are with a group a friends at a Cajun restaurant in West Allis. My latest food review on ‘Chow Down in Milwaukee’. Click on the link below to discover what restaurant it is and what our experience was like.
Read my latest food review to see what this Latin American restaurant in the heart of Bay View was like!
By clicking on the link that follows, you will be able to read my review on Chow Down in Milwaukee of a hidden culinary jewel located just blocks from my house. If you enjoy an airy and sunny atmosphere, amazing food crafted from local, quality ingredients you owe it to yourself to read this review!
Would you like to know of a local establishment that sells not only the largest variety of select local food and can ship your purchases to all 50 states? Then you need to read this review!
Do you enjoy patronizing an establishment where you know the owners are involved in giving back to and promoting the community? Then please, read this review and you will find a place that does all of this and more.
Your taste buds will thank you. Your friends and loved ones you give gifts to will thank you. Most importantly, you will be helping local businesses and the community. Click on the link below and you will be let in on one of the greatest dining secrets in West Allis!
We are going to take the briefest break from our friendship theme to explore my latest culinary adventure. That being said, this would also be a good place to go with a friend. Especially a friend who enjoys Mexican food. Imagine a buffet where you can make your own tacos, tostadas and other fun creations. Imagine being able to pick from ready-made enchiladas, burritos and even chicken noodle soup! That, and more, is exactly what you will find at this new restaurant! Just click the link below to read my review and find out where to find this new dinning treasure!
Below you will find my review for a great place for brunch on Chow Down in Milwaukee. This was an unexpected stop for Margie and me, that will be worth you making as well.
My latest food review may be for a place you have forgotten about. If great service and food is what you are looking for click the link below to discover where I found both!
Fear not. This is not a loaded cannon nor would I advise sticking your head in the wrong end of a cannon. Just a goofy picture Margie took of me while we were visiting The House on the Rock. Some days can feel just like this for many of us though. Recently on my Facebook page Fall in Love with Life I shared a story of my attempts to share my food reviews on a page dedicated to the Milwaukee food scene. To me it seemed like a good fit. In the description it even mentioned that reviews were encouraged. An hour later I checked back to see if anyone had even seen it. That is when I felt like the picture above.
Yes, people had indeed seen it and even offered their own version of feedback on it. These enlightening comments ranged anywhere from the inquiring, “Why is this s**t on here?” to the critiquing, “You think you’re a good writer you will never win a Pulitzer!” to the very confusing, “Get a f**king life! Go back to Illinois!” This was confusing because I am not from, nor have I ever lived in the state of Illinois. My post was not about a restaurant in Illinois either.
The point is, I took a beating. When I put my face in my cell phone screen I felt like I was sticking it in the mouth of that cannon. I say this to let you know even if what should be benign situations we all can end up taking a beating. People can spend valuable energy on just making others, which can often include you, miserable. Why that is we may never know. Much like the gentleman with the Illinois comment for me, often times they seem to come out of nowhere and make little to no sense.
The reason I am sharing all of this with you today is to remind us all how important it is to have a stress reduction plan for when those moments do come. As you can see, they can come when you least expect it. In my seminars I tell people the time to learn to swim is on the shore, not while the boat is sinking. In other words, do not wait until your life feels like the picture above. Begin this moment to make stress reduction a priority. Find things that bring you joy. Whether that means making a list of movies that make you smile, or songs that you like listening to. Find constructive ways to get out of stress. That might be a hard workout in the gym or a relaxing walk in nature.
Luckily I had a great night that night at the movies with Margie followed by a nice walk in the neighborhood. Two things that always bring a smile to my face. I recommend you begin to get your list of things together today. If you have a day where you feel life is beating you down make sure to use them. Keep moving forward. As Babe Ruth said, “You just can’t beat the person who never gives up.”
In my quest for the perfect pizza place I decided to visit the former home of Mad Dog Saloon to discover what they had to offer. Read my interesting adventure in which I am introduced to a brand new kind of pizza oven, great service and a pictures of the brand new interior. Is Uncle Paulie’s Brick Oven Pizzeria right for you? Click the link below and find out for yourself.