When the menu says "small plates", it's not fooling around. This industrial/warehouse space has been smartly converted into a hip little cafe. Not much table seating, so arrive early if you can. The upstairs seating area has a low ceiling. (I am 6'2" and I had to duck to get to a table.) The food is good, and is a great way to sample local Wisconsin ingredients. I had the "small plate" ravioli, which had three ravioli (raviolis?) on a small plate. I should have taken the menu at its word, but I was expecting more food. No matter, if you order a small plate knowing it's actually "small", you'll enjoy every bite. The Walker's Point restaurant space is getting competitive, but INdustri's creative menu is worth checking out.
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