Honeypie Moves (But the Great Meals Stays the Similar)

Considering that 2009, Honeypie has been bringing well-known, award profitable pies and scratch cooking making use of Wisconsin’s very best ingredients to Bay View. They not long ago moved to a new site, a stone’s toss absent from their previous digs, but the meals and menu are still the same great foodstuff that usually takes you again to basic times and recollections of scratch cooking from grandma’s kitchen. If the buttermilk biscuits, pies and corn muffins aren’t plenty of to make this a desired destination on your culinary record, Honeypie’s breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner are so hearty and flavorful it is the position to go any time of day.

The property infused bloody Marys, crafted cocktails, Pilcrow’s nitro espresso and Anodyne’s particular “pie blend “coffee are a excellent way to get started the food. So are the corn muffins ($2 for 6). They are the genuine deal (not people sweet cakey kind) and arrive with salted butter and housemade jam. You can leisurely function your way to breakfast that is served all working day (lunch objects are obtainable for breakfast way too) as you love the peaceful patio placing.

The major, flaky biscuit arrives with housemade jam ($6) and demonstrates up on lots of of the menu choices like Honeypie’s popular rooster and biscuit ($16) farm elevated hen, peppers, corn and potato pot pie, but with a buttermilk biscuit best. The biscuit and gravy are designed with a hot pepper sausage gravy for a little kick and two farm fresh new eggs —try the ham biscuit with smoky pulled ham, topped with mornay sauce, cheese and egg ($13).

The breakfast casserole ($14) is a must and a authentic showstopper with clean elements like roasted potatoes, gravy, cheddar cheese, bacon and a sunny aspect up egg. I have worked my way by way of all the biscuit merchandise and every time left with a “to go” box and a longing for the up coming take a look at and biscuit supplying. If you lean much more towards sweet breakfast treats, French toast ($12) or peach panna cotta ($11) with granola and berries is a wonderful preference or you can just go for a single of their pies and phone it a working day.

Lunch and evening meal look very identical on the menu with tons of seasonal decisions. Evening meal provides merchandise these kinds of as steamed mussels ($12) and some additional entrée goods. Brunch has the addition of a few of Benedict selections like pork schnitzel ($15) with braised cabbage or Scallop Benedict with bacon and spinach ($20. Try their Brunch breakfast burrito with housemade chorizo ($14).

Handmade soups arrive with a corn muffin on the facet and the roasted beet and peach salad with whipped goat cheese and pistachio ($14) was perfect for those incredibly hot days. Furthermore, the cobb salad for a hearty, gluten free solution ($15). There are some vegetarian merchandise, but a genuine stand out, The Klug ($14), is a delectable jackfruit sandwich with pickled jalapenos, pickled onions, Carr valley cheese and topped with roasted garlic aioli, lettuce and tomato on a hoagie roll. Other sandwiches involve the Honey Pie burger, “porkslaw,” braised quick ribs and even a “lambwich” with braised lamb, marinated feta, arugula and tzatziki ($14-16).

The dinner entrees are refined classics like a shepherd’s pie with braised lamb loaded with veggies, an airline chicken with crispy leeks and whipped potatoes, pork loin with a sweet and bitter agrodolce sauce and greens, and the risotto and scallops rival any high-quality eating cafe in this informal and snug ambiance ($16-32).

Honeypie offers a Friday fish fry of breaded haddock with a ramp tartar sauce, lemon, slaw, fries and corn bread ($15). It was definitely tricky to have room for dessert on any of our visits but couldn’t resist walking by the pies in the bake store on the way out and bringing some dwelling and a slice of heaven. 

Look at out their pie of the month and their minimal retail space. Whilst it is only patio dining ideal now, indoor dining is slated to get started this fall.

$$ breakfast and lunch
$$$ meal
Handicap Obtainable: Yes

Honeypie Café
2569 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.
Bakeshop 414-2423-6389
Weds-Sun 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Alisa Malavenda

Alisa Malavenda has garnered distinction as a expert chef, culinary instructor, non-public caterer, cookbook writer, culinary marketing consultant and study and growth culinarian.

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