Inventive Walker’s Point restaurant has so much more than burgers.
Chicago-based Pizano's Pizza & Pasta is about as Italian as you can get.
Michael Feker opens his third restaurant, this on city’s West Side.
Plus: funky spring rolls for Downtown, second Beans & Barley for Mequon.
Plus: New bar, more cookies for Bay View. And Buckley's expands.
Plus: two new Third War bars and McBob's plans a second place, Tusk.
Menu and restaurant are big and upscale, but results at Third Ward place were uneven.
BelAir lost its chance Sunday, but Rare now offers a table. Plus: RC's closes after 40 years.
Mi Casa Su Casa has no fried foods, but plenty of flavor and seasonings.
Plus: New Eagle Park Brewing and AXE MKE opening and Buddha Lounge closing.
Plus: Stone Creek on Downer, vegan restaurant on Farwell, Blue's Egg in Shorewood.
Northwest side café, really a diner, does comfort food right.
Plus: More pizza for Bay View. More salad for Downtown.
Owners of C-Viche have created another winning restaurant, with a street-food feel.
Plus: the return of the Silver Spring House. And Public Table comes to West Allis.
In an 1885 building that's been a tavern for more than a century. A local classic.
Brew City MKE in Grand Avenue Mall serves only Milwaukee beers -- and brewing history.
Eagle Park Brewing Co. is now in the century-old former space of The Hamilton. It is solid.
Full name Toni's Moody Blues, style working class, history harking back to 1886.
Downtown's Milwaukee Club, founded 1884, is the oldest and most exclusive bar in town.
Unique Schlitz tavern from 1889 has great heritage, great PR, great burgers.
Ollie's is classic South Side workers' bar with no craft beers, but 111 years history.
Long colorful history includes days as a political campaign headquarters.
Upscale South Side bar was once working class saloon before Prohibition.
Formerly Altenburg's, now Kochanski's, still preserving an old Milwaukee tradition.
Most popular stories: old bars. Corner bars. And some surprises.
Classic bar with Christmas and clown decorations, great soup, integrated clientele.
Bar's history goes back to 1909. Was first to serve Lakefront Brewery beer, in 1987.
Former Morry's space was once auto dealer and then refrigerator showroom.
The old working-class Bay View before the 288 Stitchweld apartments arose here.
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