Barbiere's Italian Inn(Pizza Stop)

  • May 14, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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 Our story begins in 1963 when Sal Barbiere opened his restaurant Barbiere's Italian Inn on 106th and Bluemound. Sal, his wife Bernice and son Steve built upon one simple idea “Family, Superb Food and Quality Ingredients“. They created home style Pizza, Lasagna, Meatballs, Sauces, Salads and their Famous Garlic Bread. Guests would come from miles away and once they had that first bite of Barbiere’s Garlic Bread, they were hooked. Sal always said “word of mouth was the best advertisement”. The “word“ traveled quickly about Barbiere’s Italian Inn. Ten years later the Barbiere family moved to its current location on 59th and Bluemound. In 1979 Sal and Bernice retired from the business, although it wasn't unusual to see a "retired Sal" stopping in to help out during the busy lunch hour. Sal’s son Steve and his wife, Kathy continued to offer the same family recipes and quality service that have made Barbiere's Italian Inn a treasure in the Milwaukee area.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Made the attempt, but I thought that the entrance did not have a lip that would have to get up and over to get in.

    May 14

    • Nilo

      Hi Tom, I actually did call them ahead of time and they assured me it was WC friendly. I'm very bummed they were not and you didn't join us.

      May 20

    • A former member
      A former member

      I'll be at others.

      May 20

  • Nilo

    Traffic is brutal. I'm 2 miles away.

    May 14

  • Kevin

    I'm hungry!

    May 14

  • Nilo

    Hi all! Pizza night!

    May 14

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