Plus: new Mexican restaurant-banquet hall. And Glorioso’s Appetito has unique approach.
Plus: new Mexican restaurant-banquet hall. And Glorioso's Appetito has unique approach.
Plus: New East Town cocktail parlor. And Buckley's new dining room opens.
Yes, its first one, to be operated by proprietors of the Japanese restaurant Fujiyama.
Subway sandwich shop at KK and Becher closes, but could have new tenant soon.
Third Ward ice bars hope for cold. Chocolate Factory and Sprecher restaurants closing.
Double B’s BBQ in West Allis can compete with any other such restaurant in the area.
Yes, comfort food and retro atmosphere, but dishes like scrambled eggs with truffles.
Plus: Umami Moto returns, a new butcher shop is coming to Walker's Point and it's last call for Mi-Key's.
Sushi restaurant is seventh tenant announced for Third Street Market Hall.
Lazo's Taco Shack eyes Downtown, Momo Mee opens in Walker's Point, At Random reopens.
Charming interior, park views and delicious comfort food make this a winner.
Brewers Hill brunch place offers beer and eggs seven days a week.
Greek restaurant on N. Van Buren St. has been in business for 24 years.
Plus: new Brewer's Hill breakfast tavern, west side catfish restaurant and Drink Wisconsibly pub.
Plus: WhirlyBall and dining! Heated domes at Benelux! And a new Walker's Point pop-up.
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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