Treat Yourself, You Deserve it!

Tue –Thurs 

$2.25 Appetizer Special (Shown Below)

Hand Cut 16 % NY Strip Steak

Tuesday $2.25 Craft Tappers
Wine Wednesdays 1/2 off bottles of wine
Thirsty Thursdays 1/2 All Hand Crafted Cocktails


All At 225 South st Waukesha WI. 53186 a.k.a.Mia Famiglia Italian Ristorante  262-408-5990

Gluten-free Diners Welcome at 225so – Mia Famiglia!

Celiac in the city
Sarah A. Nielsen, founder of Celiac in the City (third from right) and Mia Famiglia’s gluten-free food

Sarah A. Nielsen, the founder of Celiac in the City runs a food blog that is not only for people who enjoy eating, but is also a support system for those on the hunt for great, gluten-free food. Continue reading “Gluten-free Diners Welcome at 225so – Mia Famiglia!”

A Very Special Evening

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Join Mia Famiglia and Friends, Sunday, April 24th for an Evening of Italian Love Songs, Opera, and Broadway Show Tunes by renowned tenor, Angelo Castronovo. Angelo is an actor, director, writer and former broadcaster, as well as an accomplished vocalist who has performed in opera, Angelo is no stranger to the tuneful music of Broadway and has performed with a Milwaukee Opera Company, as well as many Opera Gala Programs in New York City and as a featured performer at Potawatomi Casino’s Northern Lights. Angelo is accompanied by Mandolinist Judy Volovshek and Guitarist/Keyboardist Jessica Wirth; together they have sold out their last four performances at Mia Famiglia.

The evening starts at 5:30pm with a Pre-ordered Three Course Dinner
*$30 per person, while available.

We are a Certified Celiac Kitchen/Chef; when you order we make it fresh, locally grown or produced products.

All you have to do is sit back to a great, freshly prepared meal* and Enjoy the Show!

Reservations and Pre-order REQUIRED: Contact us or email or

Everything by Scratch at 225so Mia Famiglia

Written By Katherine Werther-Kapsy
Photos by Todd Ponath
Original article:

Chef Tomas
Chef Tomas

Sometimes change is inevitable, and often, it’s for the best. With a little support from Tomas White Senior, Tomas (Tom) Maglio White Junior moved his restaurant business from Hales Corners to this hot spot on South Avenue in downtown Waukesha.

“When the building was sold, we needed to find a new place to continue our restaurant business, explains Tom. After checking out places in Bayview, the Third Ward and other Milwaukee area locations, we decided to reinvent ourselves here because this city has good vibe. The downtown district has been notably revitalized and the people here are friendly.” Continue reading “Everything by Scratch at 225so Mia Famiglia”

225 So Mia Famiglia brings old favorites to new location in downtown Waukesha

Original article: Waukesha Now, written by Chris Kuhagen

225 So Mia Famiglia, a new Italian restaurant in downtown Waukesha, opened on Wednesday, May 6. Photo By Chris Kuhagen

A new Italian restaurant is now open in downtown Waukesha.

225 So Mia Famiglia — a name which combines the eatery’s previous Hales Corners moniker with its new Waukesha street address — opened on Wednesday, May 6.

For now, it is welcoming walk-ins at its restaurant at 225 South St., said Becky Ayala, the front of the house manager. A grand opening will likely be held within a month, said Ayala, who runs the restaurant with her family. Continue reading “225 So Mia Famiglia brings old favorites to new location in downtown Waukesha”

225 So. Mia Famiglia Opens in Waukesha with a More Casual Approach

225so Mia FamigliaOriginal article:

225 So. Mia Famiglia is open in downtown Waukesha, the re-imagined version of the Italian restaurant Mia Famiglia that closed in Hales Corners this year.

Chef Tom White Jr. again is in the kitchen and other family members still are helping to operate the restaurant at 225 South St., but 225 So. is a more casual version of the previous restaurant. The menu focuses on small plates, panini, burgers and flatbreads, although daily specials typically include a couple of entrées. Continue reading “225 So. Mia Famiglia Opens in Waukesha with a More Casual Approach”