Comfort food with gourmet twists and big portions. Gotta love it.
Plus: new calzone place comes to the East Side and two new restaurant concepts are planned for the burbs.
This West Allis restaurant puts a fine dining twist on some bar food favorites.
Syrian restaurant on Mitchell St. serves the best falafel, kefta kabobs and hummus in town.
Plus: new Bubble Tea Cafe on Wells St. and Latin-style restaurant in Walker's Point.
After 15 years the interior will be renovated, the menu modified.
Chicken tenders, wings and sandwiches with fresh ingredients.
West Allis restaurant offers the real thing, authentic Vietnamese fare.
And: That Brady St. burger place. Plus: Uncle Buck's locates near Deer District.
Pioneer in Bay View redevelopment closed after 15 years. Not clear if anyone will reopen it.
Serving "Milwaukee fare": Butter burgers, custard, sausages and sandwiches.
Plus: new-axe throwing bar, Mitchell St. pizzeria and Art Bar restaurant opening.
Experienced operator will offer a twist: pizza with Mexican ingredients.
Old West Bank Cafe building getting major renovation, creating a new bar and restaurant.
Plus: new Poke place on Brady Street. New Filipino food truck in Harbor District.
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.
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.
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