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New at the Public Market

Dec. 7, 2012
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Nehring’s Family Market is the latest addition to the Milwaukee Public Market, replacing the relatively short-lived Rupena’s. This ambitious project packing a lot of variety into a small area is owned by John and Anne Nehring, whose other ventures include V. Richards, the Shorewood Sendik’s, and Groppi’s.

Hungry? There is a selection of panini, baked goods from Breadsmith, a small meat counter and an array of olives. In addition, a wood-fired pizza oven is scheduled to be in operation soon. Thirsty? A small bar with a surprisingly large selection of bottled and tap beers is a quiet little refuge away from the busy market. The feel of Nehring’s Family Market suggests that of a miniature Groppi’s. 


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