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Barbiere's Italian Inn - 7 Reviews - 5844 W. Bluemound Road, Milwaukee, WI - Direct Selling Businesses Reviews - Phone (414) 453-3800

Barbiere's Italian Inn

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5844 W. Bluemound Road (at

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Milwaukee, WI 53213
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Barbiere's Italian Inn - Milwaukee, WI
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Everyone says eat PIZZA here, but if you don't try the Lasagne before you leave it's your loss. I've never-ever been to a place as friendly to complete out-of-town strangers who ...

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All reviews seem positive

Finally went to Barbiere's 12/2/2013

I heard about this delicious buttery garlic bread so I had to go see for myself. I liked the garlic bread... more

What Happened????? Disappointed! 8/1/2012

OMG...I used to LOVE this place. I went the other night was so disappointed. The garlic bread was lacking... more

pre-made crust does not equate to homemade 8/9/2008

I grew up in milwaukee in 50'S--60'S when there many local type pizza places. Pizza Hut and other commercial chains I have no problems with but they don't reach the level of what I call "Real Pizza". In order to Qualify as real pizza you need real pizza crust. This can be done with dough machine or hand toss bus preformed boxed crust does not qualify. My recent pizza from Barbiere's disappointed me. They've been around for a long time and should know better. Fortunately, Marco's pizza can take care of this section of town. This opinion of mine, which is shared by many people of my generation, also applies to sub sandwiches--start out with a quality Italian bread because that's half the makings of a quality sub. (sorry subway). more

Great Lasagna.......Pizza........not so great 7/8/2008

A friend brought me some Lasagna a few months back and it was DIVINE.....so i decided to try their pizza (note....do NOT pick up a pizza during a brewer game.....there is NO parking)......they put on a LOT of cheese which was a plus.....but in my opinion the secret is all in the sauce.....this sauce and no flavor to it whatsoever.....and the crust was thin which i like but it was a bit hard......the sausage wasnt the greatest either......had to give it 3 stars because the Lasagna was just SOOOO good... Pros: the lasagna Cons: the pizza more

Best of the Best 2/18/2006

Everyone says eat PIZZA here, but if you don't try the Lasagne before you leave it's your loss. I've never-ever been to a place as friendly to complete out-of-town strangers who may never have the chance to return. I was looking for "Italian" and that's what I got. It's no wonder they've been in business so long. I hope to return some day to see another Brewers vs. Cubs game and make it another complete trip by visiting Barbieres. Pros: Friendly, Superior Italian Food, on-street parking more

Best Place in Milwaukee to eat 12/4/2005

You will not find a friendlier place around. The staff treats you like family & the food is out f this world.Pizz & garlic bread is absolutely THE BEST The rest of their menu is very good also When you want a good meal go to Barbieres Pros: Great Staff, Good Food, Friendly Cons: street parking more

Garlic Bread 5/26/2004

Barbiere's has the absolute BEST garlic bread, and yes, it IS better than Mama Mia's. Pros: great food, reasonable prices more
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  • For Over 30 Years, Barbiere's has been serving the best Pizza, Lasagna, Meatballs, Garlic Bread, Sauces & Salads, all homemade.

    * Smoke Free Dining or Carry Out

    Founded in 1963 by Sal Barbiere, Barbiere's Italian Inn has been a staple of Bluemound ever since. In 1973 Barbiere's moves from 106th & Bluemound to its current location 59th & Bluemound. Sal becomes partners with his son Steve and then hires 15-year-old Mark Dempsey as a pizza maker.

    In 1975, Dempsey graduates from high school and learns from Sal how to roll bread, make meatballs, sauces, sausages, etc. In 1979 due to health reasons Sal steps away and turns business over to Steve. In 1997 Steve sells Barbiere's to now 24-year veteran Mark Dempsey. Mark's goal is to uphold Barbiere's great name and reputation, which Sal started, and Steve continued for many years to come. Our favorite compliment is that nothing has changed through the years. We encourage all feed back from our customers positive or negati ve in order to maintain the highest possible quality service.

Editorial

  • In Short
    Family-run restaurant serves homemade Italian comfort food in a cozy atmosphere. The small dining room often hosts couples on first dates and families relaxing after an afternoon...

  • 8/8/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 11am-11pm
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Story Hill
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