A tavern here since 1909, and where else can you grill your own steaks outdoors?
The dishes are tasty.
Serving ground daily, never frozen burgers since 1934. Delicious.
Popular Thai restaurant on Farwell offers big servings, smallish taste.
Plus a new bar with more than 40 arcade games. Is this a great city or what?
New Bay View restaurant features good, made-from-scratch food and an art gallery.
East Side, Third Ward, Walker's Point, Brady Street all get new restaurants.
Family owned and still one of the town’s best for true Italian dining.
Everything is fresh and authentic at this barebones Mexican restaurant.
Plus: a taqueria comes to Brady Street and Big Boy returns, for just one night.
You could circle the globe with their wide range of ethnic small plates.
Plus: A place where adults can be adults -- and nibble on fromage.
Delicious dishes, attractive atmosphere and dog-friendly.
East Side restaurants offers sushi-style fresh fish, vegetables and house-made sauces.
Plus: new pastry shop on W. Center St. and new Nomad in Walker's Point.
Riverside restaurant has great barefoot beach ambience, not-so-good food.
Built next to RR track, building a tavern for 120 years, now intimate music venue.
Originally a "tied house," Bryant's is city's oldest cocktail lounge. Stop in during Doors Open.
It's the old Riverwest, not the new, for cheap beer and hard rock.
More low-down bar than East Side chic, but in a century-old building.
Old South Side tavern since 1892, with countless owners, is suddenly chic.
"Soft-drink parlor" of 1920s now has soccer-themed, international ambience.
Structure has carried neighborhood taps and now Milwaukee's go-to Tiki bar, Foundation.
Old roadhouse from 1885 had booze and Chicago connections during Prohibition.
American Legion Post has a classic, 1940s bar, just steps from the Oak Leaf Trail.
1890 Walker's Point building once housed leather, upholstery and wood working shops.
Building moved three times; a veritable history of Polish community.
For decades a mom-and-pop tavern; now a hip hangout.
But precisely who owns it has gotten murky.
Now a jazz club, 1895 building on National Ave. long featured the International House.
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