Adam with Martino's owner TJ (left) and Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., a customer, at Martino's. Photo: Travel Channel.
Travel Channel’s Adam Richman and the Man v. Food Nation crew recently chowed down in Milwaukee, and the episode featuring some of Milwaukee’s most delicious eats will air tomorrow, Wednesday, August 3.
Below is the episode description and a sneak preview of the show.
First, Adam heads over to Martino’s to try an Italian combo sandwich, which includes Italian sausage topped with roast beef, spicy veggies and a meaty red sauce. Next, Adam heads over to Benji’s Deli to try their legendary Hear-O-Israel sandwich piled with four different deli meats.
Jeremy Wheeler taking on the Unforgiven Challenge at Red Rock Saloon. Photo: Travel Channel.
After sampling some of Milwaukee’s finest meats, it’s challenge time. Adam is off to the Red Rock Saloon to guide Wisconsin’s own undefeated big food eater, Jeremy Wheeler, through the Unforgiven Challenge. Jeremy’s finished 14 challenges across the great state of Wisconsin, and if he can take down this gigantic burger, fries, and six blazing-hot wings in 23 minutes, he’ll earn a spot on the Red Rock Wall of Fame and keep his undefeated streak intact.
The Unforgiven consists of the Farm Burger (a 1/2 lb burger with cheese and bacon , a deep fried chicken breast, another 1/2 lb burger with cheese and bacon, an egg, onionstrings, lettuce tomato and onion), surround by 1 lb of fries and 6 TCB Wings, made from ghost peppers, Thai bird peppers, habaneros and jalapeno’s.
To see if Jeremy keeps his streak going, tune into watch the Milwaukee episode of Man v. Food Nation August 3, 9:00pm EST on Travel Channel.
Man vs Food Nation viewing party at Red Rock Saloon
Wednesday, August 3 · 6:30pm – 9:30pm
$20 seat ticket includes a commemorative T-shirt and Red Rock food buffet. Seats are on a first come first serve basis.
Red Rock Saloon
1225 N Water Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Martino’s Italian Beef
1215 West Layton Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Benji’s Deli Shorewood
4156 North Oakland Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Benji’s Deli Fox Point
8683 North Port Washington Road, Milwaukee Wisconsin
Discovery World’s Fish Fry and a Flick series is back August 5th with fantastic line-up of movies, and new this year, Milwaukee’s favorite food trucks and carts.
That’s right, in addition of getting a great fish fry from Bartolotta, guests can now enjoy an array of food options from area food vendors. Point Brewery is also back this year with some great beer and soda specials
Street Food Vendors (subject to change)
Red Truck Sliders
Big Frank’s Wiener Waggin
Cold Spoons Gelato
All events start at 5pm. All movies start at dusk and are free.
Friday, August 5th: Anchorman
Friday, August 19th: The Dark Knight
Friday, September 2nd: The Big Lebowski
Friday, September 16th: The Hangover
Friday, September 23rd: Bridesmaids
500 North Harbor Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
I just got word from Twitter that East Town’s Food Truck Friday will be moving to Westown’s Zeidler Park at 301 W. Michigan Street for one day only. I hear that Streetza Pizza, Tiger Bite, Reed Truck Super Sliders and the Fast Foodie will be there from 11am-2pm.
Thursday, July 12, 2011, 1:47 pm:
The East Town Association’s lunchtime Food Truck Fridays at Cathedral Square Park is on hiatus this week because of Bastille Days which runs today through Sunday.
Saturday’s East Town Market at Cathedral Square will also be closed this weekend.
Both events will resume normal schedules next week.
Construction is underway for The Bartolotta Restaurants newest concept, The Rumpus Room, a gastro pub which will combine unique flavors, an expansive selection of craft beers and a casual atmosphere located at 1030 N. Water Street.
The Rumpus Room will take over the site of Eagan’s restaurant which closed this past May.
The Bartolotta Restaurants owner, Joe Bartolotta, recalls fond memories of lively gatherings and the energetic atmosphere of his fathers tavern.
The new pubs name, The Rumpus Room, was inspired by the tavern Joe’s father established and ran for nine years, in the mid 1950s and early 1960s at 29th St. and North Ave. The name Rumpus Room means a place where people come together for entertainment, fun, camaraderie and recreation.
My dad provided inspiration for my work with The Bartolotta Restaurants and opening The Rumpus Room is one way we can pay tribute to his influence on our organization and the community. said Joe Bartolotta.
The new gastro pub is an opportunity to embrace a casual dining experience that combines your favorite restaurant and bar, unites them together with elements of reasonably priced quality food in a comfortable bar environment.
The group will lean on the experience of a few of their current distinguished chefs to extend an already expansive array of culinary offerings. Under the direction of Paul Bartolotta and Corporate Chef Adam Siegel, Bacchus Chef de Cuisine, Andrew Ruiz, will take the role as Executive Chef of The Rumpus Room.
The Rumpus Room is set to open in Fall, 2011.
To learn more about The Bartolotta Restaurants, visit www.bartolottas.com or call 414-258-7885.
You know Summer is in our sights when we post this story.
As in the past, the Bartolotta’s Northpoint Burgers and Custard on North Lincoln Memorial Drive will once again celebrate its grand opening for the season by giving away 200 free hamburgers. Sides, beverages, custard and additional sandwiches will be available for purchase.
Starting at 11:00am today (May 21), one free cheeseburger will be given to the first 200 people in line.
So grab your sun block and head to the beach for your favorite Northpoint burger or cone. Check out the cool new burgers on the menu and get you shake-on.
Today the East Town Association announced that its bringing back its popular Food Cart Fridays.
Join Pita Bros, Satellite Crepes, Streetza, Big Frank’s Wiener Waggin, Tigerbite, Fast Foodie, Cousin’s Subs and more every Friday from 11am -2pm starting May 6 through the end of September as Cathedral Square Park in downtown Milwaukee is turned into a one-stop shop for Milwaukee street food.
Starting at 12:08 pm today, and every hour on the :08, enter a drawing for fabulous prizes. You’ll also get a bumper sticker with every purchase all day long.
Located next to Ristorante Bartolotta in the quaint village of Wauwatosa, Pizzeria Piccola features truly authentic thin-crust Neapolitan pizzas baked to perfection in its wood burning oven.
All pizzas are made to order beginning with a ball of dough which is rolled out by hand, lightly topped with sauce and fresh traditional ingredients – fresh mozzarella, proscuitto,pancetta, fresh mushrooms among others. The pizzas are then slid into a wood burning oven at 600 degrees and are ready to be savored in about 5 minutes.
Pizzeria Piccola’s 8-year anniversay specials run through May 21, 2011:
With purchase of an entrée, every group or individual order gets one chance with the Magic 8 Ball.
Win food and other great prizes that can be redeemed immediately.
Not valid with any other coupon. No Cash Value. Expires last day of April, 2011.