Franklin isn’t exactly a quality restaurant oasis. That’s why the opening of a few dining destinations was exciting news in 2020.
In the Franklin Village at 76th and Rawson the Havana Café began serving 5 star Authentic Cuban Cuisine in September.
Owner and chef Angelina Maholias told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel she is known for her Cuban sandwich.
“Whether you’re in Havana or down in Miami, the pork is usually sliced like how you slice turkey. I marinate my pork and cook it for 12 hours, so it falls apart. It’s very tender and it’s very juicy.”
The following month…
Also near 76th and Rawson, a new breakfast and lunch spot.
As the year was coming to a close Franklin was clearly on a roll.
And the wealth of good news wasn’t limited to restaurants. Luxury apartments are on the rise in the suburbs, and that includes Franklin.
THIS is a terrific project. Discussions are currently underway to make this happen.
Franklin is growing, and there’s more to come.
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