Mar 6th, 2015 by Michael Horne
Dive-bar exterior obscures remarkable selection of micro-beers and countless liquors you may never have tried.
Feb 25th, 2015 by Michael Horne
An 1888 home designed by Alfred Clas became a funny little tavern on Farwell where a bar stool always seems available.
Feb 11th, 2015 by Michael Horne
Riverwest bar, revived once again, was among the first in the nation to serve Lakefront beer. The food is good, too.
Jan 28th, 2015 by Michael Horne
It's an atmospheric place on a dead-end street where it won't hurt to quote Kant or Kierkegaard.
Jan 15th, 2015 by Michael Horne
On the plainer, north side of Bay View, its a classic, unpretentious neighborhood bar.
TavernsJan 7th, 2015 by Michael Horne
A bar since 1895, with quite a checkered history, it will close on January 17.
TavernsDec 31st, 2014 by Michael Horne
The celebration lasts 34 hours here, and attracts a 1,000-plus customers. Will Mark Belling be there?
TavernsDec 17th, 2014 by Michael Horne
Other than the beer selection, it’s a drab, deflating place. The good news it will soon be replaced.
TavernsDec 15th, 2014 by Michael Horne
Former Brocach turns from Irish to English, with plenty of beer, ale and cider on hand.
TavernsDec 2nd, 2014 by Michael Horne
Just off Brady Street, it goes back to 1888, with a long list of owners and names.
TavernsNov 19th, 2014 by Michael Horne
The 1907 building has an atmospheric interior filled with Germanic touches and Old World craftsmanship and the Schlitz is just $2 on tap.
TavernsNov 14th, 2014 by Michael Horne
Opened in 1968, across from Cathedral Square, the no-frills joint is the state's oldest continuously-operated gay bar.