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Stonefly Brewery PDF Print E-mail
Restaurants - Fish Frys

By Stephen Carlson, yourmilwaukeedining.com

a picture of Stonefly's Friday Fish Fry SpecialStonefly Brewery, in Milwaukee’s Riverwest neighborhood, has something to offer for nearly anyone. The brewery aspect alone should make you want to visit, and if you decide to check them out on a Friday, consider it your lucky day!

The kitchen of Stonefly has been open for 4 years now, and when you taste what they are putting out it’s safe to assume they will be open for many, many more! Their Friday Fish Fry special ($9.75) is a generous serving of cod prepared in their Brewtown Brown Ale batter. If you think nothing screams Wisconsin like a beer-battered fish, then prepare yourself for another way that Stonefly makes their menu even more ‘Sconnie — deep fried smelt. I was skeptical as to how much fish flavor would actually come through from these tiny fish, but that concern was unfounded as I had one smelt, then two and

a picture of Stonefly's three-to-four more. Each fish fry comes with your choice of fries, celery root mashed potatoes or tater tots as well as coleslaw and tartar sauce. I also had a chance to try their homemade warm applesauce that made me wish that side item was served in tubs rather than tiny cups!


Stonefly already knows that we Wisconsinites love our beer and fish, but they also know we have a hard time deciding between two good things. They just happen to offer a half & half fish fry that gives you the best of cod and smelt to satisfy the most indecisive patron.

The fish alternatives are aplenty at Stonefly, and with over half of their menu prepared with beer, you are sure to find an item both unique and mouth-watering. A popular item ordered is an unbelievable Pulled Pork Sandwich that is cooked for 8-10 hours called The Shredder ($9). Topped with Swiss cheese and fried pickles, you can’t even begin to understand the various flavors that come bursting through with each bite. Add in the spicy honey mustard and you might wonder why you never combined pork, pickles and honey mustard before!

a picture of Stonefly's I’ve had my fair share of mac & cheese, and every good home-style restaurant in Milwaukee has one on their menu, but I was somehow impressed and drawn to Stonefly’s rendition. The Smack Down n’ Cheese ($8.50) is soul food influenced with pieces of jalapeño and green chiles running throughout. (You can add chicken/bacon/tofu for $2). A balanced flavor of spice and cheese make the Smack Down n’ Cheese an ideal entree to try and fall in love with.

Unique, fresh and flavorful are just a few words you can use when telling your friends about the fish fry and numerous other options at Stonefly. Better yet, don’t tell your friends about what’s going on at Stonefly — show them! It’s absolutely delicious!

Stonefly Brewery
735 E. Center Street
Milwaukee, WI 53212
(414) 264-3630

 
The Irish Pub PDF Print E-mail
Restaurants - Fish Frys

By Stephen Carlson, yourmilwaukeedining.com

a picture of The Irish Pub's Fish FryThe Irish Pub on the southern end of Water Street is easy to miss, but that doesn’t mean you should forgive yourself too easily if you don’t stop in.

All of The Irish Pub’s food is homemade and it definitely comes through in the cooking. When it comes to The Irish Pub’s Famous Fish & Chips ($13) they use an eco-friendly North Atlantic Cod. As soon as the fish wrapped in paper hit our table, I noticed the sheer volume of fish and chips that came with each order — it was a mound of food and as we all know, the more food the better here in Wisconsin!

The fish is full of flavor and definitely doesn’t hold an overly fishy flavor. When their cod meets their Carlsberg beer batter, it turns out an incredibly crispy fish fry. Its seasoned perfectly and with each bite, the fish and batter don’t fall apart, which is one of my biggest pet peeves when enjoying a fish fry. Absolutely well-constructed and packed full a flavor, you might forget there’s a generous serving of chips waiting for you as well. Not to mention the rye bread, soft butter and curry slaw. Whether you are experiencing the perfectly-seasoned and crispy cod alone or pairing it with the homemade horseradish tartar sauce, you’ll have a smile on your face the entire time.

a picture of The Irish Pub's Wisconsin goes crazy for fish fries and even though I know it’s probably hard to believe, there are people out there that opt for something other than the customary Friday fish fry. Whether this person is you or your dining partner, don’t worry, The Irish Pub has enough options to guarantee that you’ll still get your fish and your partner will feast as well.

Milwaukee’s Largest Grilled Cheese Sandwich ($10) is a popular alternative and for good reason. Gone is the typical white bread that starts this sandwich. The Irish Pub grills a soft flat bread that, when bitten into, blends perfectly with soft American & Cheddar cheeses. Add the fried onions and soft tomatoes, and you have all the reasons to not only consider this Milwaukee’s largest grilled cheese, but also the best.

a picture of The Irish Pub's assorted SlidersSliders are quite popular now, so when I heard The Irish Pub was serving them I was excited, but not surprised. That was my first mistake. If you think these are your ordinary mini burgers that in the end lack excitement, you’re wrong. You get the choice of 4 sliders and all are $3 each – Reuben, Curry Fish, BBQ Sloppy Joe and a Leprechaun burger. The flavor of each — from an exceptional Reuben, to the freshness of a Curry fish, a flavor-packed sloppy Joe, to the perfectly-seasoned garlic and horseradish burger — will make it extremely difficult to just order one or two as a meal. But then again, I would suggest doing the real Wisconsin thing and order them all! You really can’t go wrong with anything on the menu!

The Irish Pub
124 N. Water Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 225-9400