Home / Dining / Dining Preview / Short Orders (Sabor)

Short Orders (Sabor)

Brazilian Lunch

Jul. 30, 2008
Google plus Linkedin Pinterest
Sabor, Milwaukee’s only Brazilian restaurant, is becoming a Downtown favorite at lunchtime. The cheapest option is the salad bar, which has just dropped in price to a mere $9.95. Price reductions usually suggest cuts in quality, but this salad bar still reigns supreme: It includes soup and sides such as black beans and mashed potatoes. Plus, the assorted cheeses, fresh fruit and grilled vegetables are as good as ever. Try the artichoke salad with hearts of palm, capers, shiitake mushroom caps with herbed cheese and caramelized onions, or the sun-dried tomatoes wrapped around fresh mozzarella.

The full all-you-can-eat feast remains at $28.50, and a new “executive lunch,” comprised of small servings of meat, has been added as well. Service is excellent, attentive and never hurried. 


The new owners of the Shops of Grand Avenue have revealed a radical redesign for the mall, which will include a proposed grocery store, an urban marketplace and contemporary office spaces, as well as the potential for a new name. Will the new owners succeed where past owners have failed in turning Grand Avenue around?

Getting poll results. Please wait...