As of September 25, 2020, Amilinda, formerly a pop-up restaurant in Walkers Point, has reopened its permanent storefront location in downtown Milwaukee, at 315 E. Wisconsin Avenue. Reservations are required, and temperatures will be checked for both staff and patrons to ensure the safest dining experience.
Serving contemporary American food with Spanish and Portuguese influences, Amilinda features an ever-changing seasonal menu with farm to table ingredients. On any given day, the menu boasts six to 10 starters and entrees, as well as four dessert options—all comprised of locally sourced ingredients. The casual-fine dining atmosphere is accented with Spanish décor, plus a full bar complete with a Spanish/Portuguese wine list.
Amilinda, which means "to my beautiful" in Spanish, is also the combination of Chef and co-owner Gregory Leon’s parents’ names. Leon and fellow co-owner Orry DeYoung are excited to be a part of the revitalization in downtown Milwaukee, especially at a location near new commercial and residential projects, and their proximity to the streetcar.
Dinner service is available Wednesday through Saturday from 5 – 9 p.m., with last seating at 8:45 p.m. Takeout ordering continues. Visit their website or call 414-369-3683 for more information or to make reservations.Posted in: Dining & Nightlife Posted in: News