Likes we found our way there when we landed at the travel blog "trip adviser" that featured a ravin' review of this remarkable restaurant supremely scribed by a pallie tagged Peter P. (image shared on the right). Mr. P. tagged his reflections, “Good food in a temple to Dean Martin” and we gotta 'fess up Dino-philes that dem words absolutely totally grabbed our absolute total Dino-attentionado!!!!!
As youse will see by the primo pix below of the fam that runs the Dino-joint, The LoPiparo Family, the owners must have the deepest of deep devotion to our Dino, in that " Dean Martin is still the star on the walls," as wisely written by reviewer Peter. Truly truly Dino-holics woulda do well, 'specially those livin' in the upper midwest, to make pilgrimage to "That's Amore." If likes you click HERE you will be able to checks out this coolest of cool café's web pad.
Likes we so so appreciate Peter P.'s sweet scribin's of powerful praise for "That's Amore" Café' and makin' us awesomely aware of it's amazin' accent on our King of Cool. And, we thanks fam LoPiparo for showin' such deepest of deep devotion to our Dino in namin' and decoratin' their fabulous food pad. To checks the review out in it's original source, likes simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram.
btw, we simply can't resist sharin' a classic clip vid of our Dino croonin' "That's Amore" for your Dino-pleasure!
Yours in Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
“Good food in a temple to Dean Martin”
Review of That's Amore
It has been a long time since we’ve been to That’s Amore and after this last visit I don’t know why we have waited so long to revisit them. In the probably 15 years since our last visit the interior hasn’t changed all that much — Dean Martin is still the star on the walls — but my impression of the food has taken a huge leap forward.
With an ample menu and daily specials there is a lot to choose from. Prices are appropriate for a popular Milwaukee Suburban restaurant. This isn’t NYC and it isn’t some little hick town — the prices are right where they should be; the service was excellent; and the food was outstanding.
From salad to entree the dishes were well presented & tasty. The salad was chilled — no warm lettuce drenched in cold dressing. Our entrees (one special and one main menu choice) arrive hot, well seasoned (neither overly seasoned nor bland), and enough for a grown man’s appetite. The wine list is adequate and our brandy old fashioned were just right.
I’m sure we’ll be back sooner rather than later.