He enjoyed both a fish taco and pork taco, which comes with rice and beans for only $5 on Tuesdays. I chose a grilled chicken sandwich with goat cheese and roasted red peppers, which I really liked. You might be wondering why a "vegetarian" food blogger would order chicken. I never cook meat at home, but will occasionally order meat when dining out.
I read reviews on Trip Advisor, Yelp and Urbanspoon this evening before going to see if any particular dishes were recommended, but it was the bloodies that everyone raved about in their reviews. Next time we'll go for brunch and get a bloody mary!
We really liked the atmosphere and decor of INdustri Café. Too many restaurants are loud and crowded, which can make it difficult to enjoy a night out. I wish restaurants like this were closer to where we live, but it's always worth the drive to avoid the chain restaurant nightmare that we're surrounded by in the suburbs.
This randomly ended up being a Walker's Point week for us. We're excited to do Milwaukee Food Tour's first Walker's Point tour this Friday, then on Sunday we're going to both Stack'd and Braise.
So many places in Walker's Point have been recommended and we're doing our best to try them one-by-one. That list includes C. 1880, La Merenda, Chez Jacques, Zak's Café, Crazy Water, and The Noble.
Almost next door to INdustri is the Clock Shadow Building which houses both Clock Shadow Creamery and Purple Door Ice Cream. I really wanted to visit during Doors Open Milwaukee this past weekend, but didn't get a chance to. I hope to make it there soon!