Wauwatosa is a city in Milwaukee County, in Wisconsin, with an estimate population of 44.798 residents, according to the 2006 census. Wauwatosa is located immediately west of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is a part of the Milwaukee metropolitan area. Wauwatosa is named after the Potawatomi word for firefly. The lush Menomonee Valley of the Wauwatosa area provided a key overland gateway between the ricj glacial farmland of southeastern Wisconsin and the Port of Milwaukee. Wauwatosa became the home to several large cold storage and regional food distribution terminals. Wauwatosa is a wonderful holiday destination, where you can enjoy some peace and relaxation, away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
Top Attractions Within Wauwatosa
Le Reve is a beautiful French restaurant in Wauwatosa, where you can enjoy some of the finest dishes and beverages in town. Aside from some of the most mouthwatering dishes, the restaurant features for all kinds of occasions, some fabulous desserts, such as Chou a la Creme aux Pistaches, Tarte au Citron, hand made Varlhona Chocolates, Brioche a l'Orange Confite, Pain au Chocolat and boxes of French Macarons.
Il Mito Trattoria is another great eating spot in Wauwatosa, where you can enjoy the most incredible, rustic Italian cuisine, prepared by chef Michael Feker, the owner and the executive chef. Aside from the dining area, there is also a bar, where you can enjoy some of the finest cocktails and beverages. The portions are good and prices are great for the quality you get. The ambiance is great and the staff is willing to cater to the need of every customer.
Cafe Hollander is a wonderful Belgian restaurant, where you can enjoy the finest meals, as well as some of the tastiest beverages. The menu is varied and it contains some of the finest European meals, as well as some of the most exotic Asian dishes. You can serve breakfast, brunch and all kinds of beer. The children have also got a special menu, with pancakes, fries, soda and burgers.