Located on the Interurban bike path, hotel bar’s history goes back to 1895.
Despite glitches, you can eat pretty well, and the Tiramisu dessert is perfection.
New place on Oak and Loc will boast lower-fat chicken wings.
Plus: Another Poke place? A new doughnut purveyor. And goodbye Juniper 61.
A 40-minute drive to place touted by Travel Channel, with delicious food, big portions.
Plus: another Camp Bar. And the return of Bartolotta's.
Plus: View MKE replaces Wolf Peach in Brewers Hill. And more Mexican fare at Westown Farmers Market.
New place in old Jacques’ space is promising, worth a try.
Small Pie and Greige Patisserie coming. Plus: Kegel's Octoberfest.
Plus: Good City Brewing lands in the Live Block and three city eateries expand in the burbs.
Plus: French restaurant for the Third Ward, second Blue's Egg for Shorewood
And a new brewpub. Plus: The Farwell Ave. food hall.
Inventive Walker’s Point restaurant has so much more than burgers.
Chicago-based Pizano's Pizza & Pasta is about as Italian as you can get.
Michael Feker opens his third restaurant, this on city’s West Side.
Plus: funky spring rolls for Downtown, second Beans & Barley for Mequon.
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.
Brew City MKE in Grand Avenue Mall serves only Milwaukee beers -- and brewing history.
Eagle Park Brewing Co. is now in the century-old former space of The Hamilton. It is solid.
Full name Toni's Moody Blues, style working class, history harking back to 1886.
Downtown's Milwaukee Club, founded 1884, is the oldest and most exclusive bar in town.
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.
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