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Time to Discover Triskele’s

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Mar. 10, 2010
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Triskele’s (1801 S. Third St.) is one of Milwaukee’s best-kept dining secrets. It sits in a former corner tavern on a quiet residential street not far from the Allen-Bradley Clock Tower. The menu has seen many changes since the place opened a few years ago. The kitchen is open and everything is prepared behind the bar. In addition to numerous seafood and vegetarian dishes, some fine beef short ribs are served as well. The prices are never excessive, and excellent deals can be found on Tuesdays and Thursdays. On Tuesday, all-you-can-eat Prince Edward Island mussels are just $8 per person. Enjoy them prepared in a poblano pepper cream or with shallots and chardonnay. On Thursday, all appetizers are half-price. This includes the mussels again, along with other choices like Cuban black beans with chorizo, brandied chicken liver pate and bruschetta. The menu is a contemporary delight.


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