Called “Night Rider” and “opening soon,” sign says. So what happened to “Pub Fiction”?
Plus: Changes in East Side sushi scene. And an East Town cocktail bar planned.
Plus: A Wahlburgers for Third Ward, shuffleboard bar in Walkers Point, Brown Bottle closes.
Simple, fresh, colorful, inexpensive fare in a modest little restaurant. Lovely.
Plus: Crossroads Collective adds raw bar. And state's first Punch Bowl Social opens.
Plus: Kitt's to reopen, Fairgrounds Coffee & Tea comes to Yankee Hill, but no more food trucks for W. National Ave.
Fast-casual restaurant will feature customized pasta dishes cooked in front of customers.
Walker's Point restaurant closes its doors, owners launch new place in former Jalisco's.
Plus: another Third Ward Camp Bar. Phobruary returns. Kitt's Custard closing?
Silver City Thai and Laotian restaurants offer $5 bowls of Pho all month.
Plus: New halal restaurant for Mitchell St., new pasta bar at East Side food hall.
Now called (ahem) Centraal Grand Café & Tappery, with curated selections of rare beers.
Plus: New pizzeria on Capital Dr. and Waterford Wines will move, expand.
Uncle Wolfie's in Brewers Hill overlooks the city with cozy vintage touches and tasty chow.
NYPD founder plans new restaurant, Lucci's, on W. Capitol Dr.
Less elaborate than its sibling North Avenue Grill, but the food is just as good.
Since building erected in 1906. With same owner since 1970, With volleyball for decades.
Most popular stories: neighborhood taverns, a gentleman’s club, a lesbian bar. And some surprises.
Former Rascals, Murray Tap, in 121-year old building, embraces new East Side.
New owner Mike Eitel has transformed the place yet respected the history.
Many old Milwaukee touches in campy, gay-themed restaurant, bar and arcade.
Brady St. bar has 60 vintage arcade games, 59 beers on tap, great views and loud vibe.
Old Miller tied house has had many different owners, now on Riverwest 24 course.
The Nomad is a Brady Street fixture and its patio has become a destination in its own right.
The surreptitious Bayside bar, opened during Prohibition, was one of the few in metro area.
Located on the Interurban bike path, hotel bar's history goes back to 1895.
Pop-up soccer bar in 125-year-old building a case study in urban revitalization.
Most taverns in area long gone; this 19th century-era bar is still unique.
New bigger bar, still intimate and rustic like the old one.
One of the few taverns on streetcar line, in one of few buildings to survive Third Ward fire.
In an 1885 building that's been a tavern for more than a century. A local classic.
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