But the Hotel Metro space lacks the French bistro atmosphere of old place.
Plus: New Blue Water Grill in Bronzeville. And Buckley's will expand.
New place in West Allis, The Farmer’s Wife, serves comfort food from the 1950s.
Cempazuchi, Mimma's, Trocadero, Midwest Diner all closing their doors.
There’s not one sandwich on the menu I wouldn’t order again.
Moxie's opens in Whitefish Bay. And Downtown loses Bruegger's bagels.
New Tosa cafe has good food, cozy atmosphere.
Plus: another Bay View sushi place and a third Pizza Man, this time in Oak Creek.
Former bottling house boasts six mini-restaurants. And Sushi Go opens Bay View place.
And oh those Reubens. It’s the best corned beef in town.
For Shorewood, Pewaukee and Wauwatosa. Plus a new Walker's Point jazz club.
Located near the airport, it’s a tasty antidote to all the fast food joints.
And say hello to new Spanish and new Mexican restaurants.
Matador Taco will be near Bucks' arena; 1840 Brewing Company is farmhouse brewery.
Tre Rivali, in the Kimpton Hotel, is adventurous, but uneven.
Bay View bar is oddly sprawling place with unique history and ritually blessed bar.
Including historic, oddly unique taverns in Bay View, Riverwest and Brady Street areas.
Building began as bar in 1895 and much is still original in popular Riverwest bar.
The 136-year-old building, the clientele, the atmosphere are all unique.
City's only cigar bar has fine dining and retro-cocktails, classic architectural artifacts.
Peculiar old Riverwest tavern has 500 square feet, no tap beers, squirrelly atmosphere.
But it's on Brady St. Which shows how much the two neighborhoods have in common.
Tiny historic tavern is where police officer drank with patron he allegedly later raped.
Very urban, newly remodeled, with great views and interesting history.
The world's first completely crowdsourced brewery is another piece of the redevelopment of Walker's Point.
It's a bar... on the street... with barstools!
A Milwaukee staple that was quite the pioneering enterprise when it opened in 1997.
It will be celebrating History Channel's "Milwaukee Blacksmith" show on Tuesday.
Once a hotel, it was a classic bar owned by same family for 83 years.
Every day from 7:00 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. Plus a regular Happy Hour, and lots of attitude.
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