Plus: a new West Side Mexican place. And C. 1880 closing.
The Walker’s Point Fuel Cafe is hip, spacious, with mostly tasty chow.
Plus: new Aloha Poke in Third Ward; new Sherman Park cafe; Transfer Pizza expands.
East North Ave. may become THE place for recreational bars and cafes.
Cozy east side restaurant has good food with unique touches.
New Latin American restaurant downtown. And bye bye Buca di Beppo.
Third Ward gets "craft tacos," Walker's Point gets Toast, and Coquette gets closed.
Downtown tavern serves up great food.
Plus: Mr. B's Steakhouse is soon to reopen, but it's closing time for the Silver Spring House.
Mostly familiar fare but tasty. And the addictive desserts are a surprise.
Three Silver City restaurants are offering $5 bowls of Pho. We gave them a taste test.
Plus: More Poke for East Side, more pies for Bay View, more beer for Tosa.
SmallPie is brainchild of Honeypie's owner. Yes, it will offer pies.
New cafe, Rise & Grind, opens in old location of Growing Power cafe.
Restaurant on 14th and Lincoln opened January 1; owners came from Somalia.
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.
A tavern here since 1909, and where else can you grill your own steaks outdoors?
Built next to RR track, building a tavern for 120 years, now intimate music venue.
Originally a "tied house," Bryant's is city's oldest cocktail lounge. Stop in during Doors Open.
It's the old Riverwest, not the new, for cheap beer and hard rock.
More low-down bar than East Side chic, but in a century-old building.
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