Popular Bay View restaurant will move a few blocks north next spring.
Stone Bowl has a long menu, full of traditional Korean dishes. Try the Hangover Soup, or the authors favorite: Bibimbop.
Sushi, hibachi restaurant planned for former Catch 22 space on N. Milwaukee St.
This spot is worth the wait on weekends. The extensive menu and interesting decor does not disappoint.
Plus: Snack Boys heads to the East Side, Dead Bird Brewing opens in Halyard Park and more.
This historic East Side pizza place has a wide array of Italian-American favorites that impress.
Downtown breakfast and lunch cafe got flooded out on Plankinton. The new Brunch now open on Milwaukee St.
From Walker's Point to bigger space on E. North Ave., old home of Hotel Foster.
Fresh ingredients, creative combinations, laid-back style. In nice weather, don’t miss the patio.
Who's the most authentic, Benelux or newcomer Press Au Marche? You be the judge.
Crossroads Collective adds Small Pie, Pilcrow Coffee. And a new Walker's Point brewery.
Fairgrounds Coffee & Tea will also serve locally-sourced salads, sandwiches, appetizers.
First franchise in the Midwest, 1000-degree ovens and "theater-style" pizza-making.
Plus: A new downtown coffee bar. And Dino's in Riverwest and Kindred in Bay View close.
In renovated 1913 hotel space, with tons of coffee offerings, and soon serving sandwiches.
Cambria Hotel bar honors Brew City with tap and drink menu. And this isn't the first bar at this site.
Classic Milwaukee. Same name since 1981. Wear your cat shirt and get free draft beer.
It's in Mequon along the bike path, and the market's bar is long on fish and fishing decor.
Old Rosie's on Water transformed, with clean-lined urbanity, a new deck and craft beers.
East Side bar under new ownership, but maintains classic appeal.
East Side changing: G-Daddy's BBC college bar now upscale taproom with craft beers, chic food.
Great addition to Public Market, Fish Company's bar is at its best in summer weather.
How a brand name became a bar and moved to Bucks Entertainment Block.
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.
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