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Jennifer Brindley
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By far, the best thing about this performance is the set of "photographer" character dancers after the first song.

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Love your channel!  How about some local, healthier stuff that doesn't come from a chain?  Just food for thought, so to speak. :)

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In response to the tragic Moore EF-5 tornado event, we designed a special limited edition Oklahoma T-Shirt from which all sale profits would be donated to the victims of [...]
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I'm honored to have this image be "Editor's Choice" for National Geographic Travel.
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When she held up the Reese's, I died laughing.

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I've seen plenty of larger people who seem truly happy in their size.  Gabby does not fit into that category.  She doesn't look happy in a single shot in this documentary.  Saying words doesn't mean anything... it's blatantly obvious looking at her face that she's miserable.

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Owner / Photographer: JBe Photography + Boudoir Milwaukee
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  • JBe Photography
    Owner, 2006 - present
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Photographer. Storm Chaser. Giant nerd.
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This spot used to be a fast favorite of mine. Great atmosphere, good beer, fun events regularly. They changed their menu and now it's a lot more challenging for me (as a vegan,) to find menu options that are doable. I'm used to having to modify menu items, but the Ale house makes it impossible to do even that. The veggie burger is made with cream cheese unfortunately, and even their tots are made with bacon. I ordered the veggie wrap with no cheese, and it was salt on salt on salt. I couldn't eat more than a few bites. Super bummed. If they added some other vegan-friendly options I would absolutely be back. If you're a carnivore, you'll love this place. If you're not, you might consider some other options. :) Oh, their pretzels are great, though! ;)
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
The food was delicious (I had the red curry.) --- The service, however, was not. We were greeted pretty immediately when we came in with the bartender telling us we could sit wherever we liked. There was *one* other couple in the restaurant. It took about five minutes to get waters and menus. After that it was fifteen minutes before the server came over to take our drink order. (One cocktail from the menu, and one diet coke,) and we placed an order for one order of spring rolls and two main dishes. Ten minutes later we got our drinks, and the coke was regular, not diet. No biggie. I went up to the bar for a replacement after I tasted it because I didn't want to wait until the next time he came around to get my drink changed. He gave me the correct drink and said he'd check on the spring rolls. This was thirty minutes after we walked in the door, and by now the other couple was gone. After a further fifteen minutes we finally had the spring rolls. Amazingly delicious peanut sauce and pretty presentation, but it doesn't take half an hour to make spring rolls. It was another fifteen minutes before we got our meals. (a solid 45 minutes after we walked in, easily. And we were the *only people there.*) The food was good. The amount of time it takes to get the food is just maddening. I wish I'd looked up the reviews on Yelp before I sat down.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Has been a favorite of mine for several years, in fact my husband and I had our rehearsal dinner here. Unfortunately I am not sure I want to go back. 1. The "to go box" fee on the receipt is extremely off-putting. Build your cost of doing business in to your pricing, don't pass these little charges on in an itemized fashion. That's just so, so tacky. Will I see a $.10 fee if I ask for a replacement straw next time? Come on. 2. I ordered a Diet Coke, which cost me $2.50. It was a can. They offered another when I finished it, and it was another can, which cost me a further $2.50. I'd pay less on an airplane. $5 for two glasses of Diet Coke. 3. The veggie shepherd's pie while beautiful, was nearly flavorless. :( So disappointing. 4. The server when we first were seated was less than happy to be working, very clearly. Positives: The replacement server when they changed shifts was extremely friendly. The root soup is still amazingly delicious. My husband's pot roast was really good. I'm hoping the next time we come back will be back to its previous standards because I'd hate to not want to come back to what's been a favorite restaurant of ours for so long.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Drinks came out fast but they never brought our food, even after we reminded / asked where our order was. We left after an hour still having not gotten out order... So disappointing. There is something seriously wrong with the restaurants here.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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One of my very favorite restaurants in Milwaukee - I have had an awesome experience every single time I've been here. Excellent food, great vegetarian / vegan options - the staff is always enthusiastic and friendly. Their patio is great in the summer time, too. Don't miss the Asian Slaw. YUM.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Not bad considering food options in Deadwood, but the menu is severely limited. Definitely don't come expecting any healthy options. I ordered the fruit and they were out. Typical greasy diner fare. Slow service, and you serve yourself your own drinks and get your own silverware, etc. For your average greasy spoon breakfast though, you'll be happy. For me, I won't be back.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The absolute worst applebees I have ever been to. Food took nearly an hour to come out for our group of ten. Drinks were extremely slow, all the food was terrible. It seemed as if it had been sitting out, orders were wrong and incomplete. I ordered the chicken mushroom dish (normally chicken and portobellos with potatoes and veggies with a sauce.) I asked for no cheese and to nix the chicken and replace it with extra veggies. They served me a tiny side dish of vegetables. When I asked where the rest of my meal was they apologized and then brought me a side plate with a single boiled red potato on it. Awful, awful experience. Never eat here, seriously.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago