A grand celebration merits some grand photos.
New Vietnamese-Cajun seafood on Brady and new tiki bar in Walker's Point.
Pretty good food, nice atmosphere and maybe the ghost of Dan Quayle.
Plus: Cermak gives Walker's Point residents access to more groceries.
Loud decor, a loud din, and tasteless, mass-produced food.
Plus: nitro coffee on three wheels and a PB & J place.
The city has never had so many outdoor dining choices.
And a new martini bar in Walker's Point.
One serves sandwiches, one serves soup. Results yummy in both cases.
New Bay View brunch spot, Walker's Point smoothies bar, Lowlands beers.
Finally, some Vegemite on toast. Plus: two new East Side restaurants.
Great beer, good omelettes, very strange dessert.
Plus: East Side gets new coffee house, new bohemian hangout.
Really, it's okay. Because it's National Eat What You Want Day!
You can watch the chefs at work. The results are pretty tasty.
MOD Pizza in Shorewood and Oscar’s opens a second burger joint.
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.
Once one of 200 bowling alleys in town, now a lively, artsy survivor.
Riverwest bar once was next to gas station owned by Bob Uecker's father.
There's been a tavern here since 1880s, and jazz for decades.
Best Place at the Pabst is one of the most enchanting saloons in the nation.
Whiskey, that is. Venerable South Side bar is attached to 1870 mansion.
Bought by Bryant's owner, who added some of its plush, padded style.
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.
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