Results tagged with 'Tenuta's'
Published Jan. 7, 2013
We're no strangers to Kenosha. We've been to the public museum, we've taken streetcar rides, we shop at Tenuta's. But we'd never seen the Dinosaur Discovery Museum before, so over the holiday break, I loaded the kids into the car and after the mandatory Tenuta's stop, we headed straight over.
Published Jan. 23, 2012
Chris Tenuta is the third-generation owner of Tenuta's, 3203 52nd St., in Kenosha. The Italian food and liquor store was opened in 1950 by Chris' grandfather, John Tenuta, and remains a thriving family-owned business more than 60 years later.
Published Oct. 28, 2011
For the fourth straight year, OnMilwaukee.com readers have chosen Ristorante Bartolotta in Tosa Village as Milwaukee's best Italian restaurant.
Published April 7, 2008
OK, I'm not including the cost of gas or the coin I dropped at Tenuta's grocery store, but a trip to see the dinosaur eggs exhibit at the Kenosha Public Museum and ride the streetcar loop cost me a total of 75 cents for three people.
Published Jan. 5, 2004
It's family-owned, and like any family, it has its flaws. But like any well-intentioned member of the family, the new Tenuta's Italian restaurant is deserving of a little forgiveness and a second chance.
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