This past weekend, buffetbuster, a message board poster on roadfood.com, "flew in and out of Milwaukee, one of (his) favorite cities."
During his stay, this visitor from Pittsburgh hit Kopp's, Racine's Larsen & Bendtsen's Bakery, George Watts Tea Room, McBob's Pub and Grill, Holy Hill, Mazo's, Heinemann's, The Elegant Farmer and other local spots.
Needless to say, he loved eating his way through our fine city and he chronicled his Milwaukee dining pursuits on roadfood.
Read buffetbuster's take, complete with a ton of photos, at the link below.
This guy should be a professional photographer for a food magazine. After about the third photo, I had to make myself a snack because they were making me hungry. Great stuff.
The two food forums are the best part of the Message Boards. I stay away from the others because they are filled with a bunch of nutcases like this one freaky guy who calls himself "5PM" and this other egomaniac nerd/dweeb who goes by the name of "Gonzo."
The two food forums, however, are priceless and are wonderful resources for preparing food and/or restaurant reviews.
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