Results tagged with 'soup'
Published Nov. 12, 2013
When Tim Talsky opened Bella Caffe, 189 N. Milwaukee St., in 2001 it was the first and only coffee house in the neighborhood. The focus for the first few years was to serve good coffee and homemade desserts to theater-goers after performances. Over time, Bella's concept changed to the breakfast-and-lunch destination it is today. Talsky also co-owns The Soup Market restaurants.
Published Jan. 30, 2013
Schneider's intrigued me with its low prices and thick, spicy pizza sauce. But I had to remember: you get what you pay for.
Published Oct. 15, 2012
Mary Krimmer, who owned the Third Ward-based Soup's On (now Cynthia's), recently published a cookbook, "Soup's On: From Cafe to Cookbook."
Published Sept. 10, 2012
Cynthia LeVan spent 35 years working in the supermarket industry, and over the years determined that a lot of working women are responsible for making dinner every night, but hate it. With this in mind, she will open Cynthia's in the former Soup's On space, 221 N. Water St.
Published Aug. 31, 2012
According to a sign in the window, a new business, Cynthia's, will soon take over the former Soup's On space at 221 N. Water St. The sign promises "soups, salad, sandwiches, tacos."
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