Was a legendary lunch spot for decades downtown, opening in 1926. You can see the photo of the monastery restaurant in our. Worth driving most of the way to mexico for, so we’ll be back. He owned the restaurant for 30 years. It first opened in february 1994 on pinckney street and closed in 1996 when the old site was razed as part of a redevelopment.
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This clipping shows lois brown (left), one of the restaurant founders, posed with the present owners and some of their long-term employees on one of the restaurant’s last days. Browse our galleries of throwback photos from the wisconsin state journal archives. These lame attempts at innovative cuisine are beyond ridiculous.