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Dining - July 15, 2020
A farewell to French comforts: Fauntleroy has closed permanently
Another Milwaukee restaurant has made the tough decision to close its doors permanently, marking the likely end of a legacy of French fare in the Third Ward space.
Dining - July 14, 2020
Closing time: Bars & restaurants that have closed during COVID-19
In these tough times, businesses are grappling with uncertainty. In some cases, that uncertainty �"paired with any number of additional factors �"requires them to make the tough decision to shutter permanently. To keep you apprised, we've created a list of bars and restaurants which have closed their doors as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dining - July 14, 2020
More space, expanded offerings on the docket for new Al Pastor location
It was August of 2016 when Gudelia Calva and her husband, Ricardo Morales, opened Al Pastor at 6200 W. Burnham St. And, over the past four years, they treated countless guests to scratch-made meals deftly prepared in their tiny kitchen. But even more diners will soon have the opportunity to experience the flavors of Al Pastor...
Dining - July 14, 2020
Now is the perfect time to support Black-owned restaurants
There are many ways to combat systemic racial inequality. One effective strategy is to simply put your money where your mouth is and make a commitment to support Black-owned businesses.
Dining - July 14, 2020
Restaurants currently offering dine-in, patio seating or takeout options
In an effort to support social distancing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, an increasing number of restaurants -- even those who've never offered carry-out and delivery before -- are announcing their decision to offer take-out, delivery and curbside meal options.
Dining - July 14, 2020
A fresh take on Mexican fare awaits at La Dama in Walker's Point
La Dama, which debuts today (July 14) is a collaboration between longtime Crazy Water owner and chef Peggy Magister and Chef Emanual Corona, who has worked alongside her for over 20 years. And it aims to showcase the diversity of Mexican cuisine while offering guests a refined, memorable experience.
Dining - July 13, 2020
On the Burger Trail: The Greendale Burger at Ferch's Malt Shoppe & Grill
In this series, weâ€TMll be hiking the burger trail to find the latest, greatest and most delicious burgers in Milwaukee. This week, Lori Fredrich is checking out the Greendale Burger at Ferch's Malt Shoppe & Grille.
Dining - July 10, 2020
Melanie Manuel of Celesta is the woman behind Toppers Pizza's new vegan pies
Take a look at the list of core values on the Toppers Pizza website and you'll see a key phrase: "Give customers what they want.” And the brand is doing just that with a new vegan menu.
Dining - July 9, 2020
Newly reconcepted venue, Taverne on Woodlake, opens at Destination Kohler
Destination Kohler will introduce its first-ever reconcepted marquee dining establishment this week with the opening of Taverne on Woodlake, 725E Woodlake Rd., a venue showcasing a combination of wood-grilled specialties and elevated comfort food dishes.
Dining - July 9, 2020
Quarantine Kitchen: Chef Deborah of Expressively Your Personal Chef Service
On Friday, July 10 at 1 p.m. we'll be hosting a special episode of Quarantine Kitchen with Chef Deborah Spriggs-Ross (Chef Deborah) of Expressively "Your" Personal Chef Service. Here's what she'll be cooking up.
Dining - July 8, 2020
FoodCrush: Sitka Salmon Shares talks sustainability & social responsibility
This week on FoodCrush, we're chatting with Nic Mink, Wisconsin native and co-founder of Sitka Salmon Shares, a company which delivers Alaskan seafood straight to Midwestern doorsteps through its community supported fishery program (CSF).
Festival Guide - July 8, 2020
2020 farmers markets guide, plus guidelines for navigating them safely
There's simply nothing better than a farmers market in Wisconsin. Here is a guide to markets that will be opening and guidelines you'll need to follow to support them.
Dining - July 7, 2020
Pandemic births delicious Latin & fusion dishes from Jerry's Kitchen
These are challenging times for businesses, including restaurants and entertainment venues, many of which have been forced to furlough countless employees. But the pandemic has also created fertile ground for cultivating chefs' creativity. Such is the case for Jerry's Kitchen.
Dining - June 30, 2020
Need a pick-me-up? It's time for an appointment at Don's TV & Repair
If you�TMve been worn down by the COVID-19 pandemic �" and all the stressors that have come with it �" your soul might be in need of some minor repairs. It could be that your antenna is no longer receiving the right signals. Your picture tube may have gone grey. Or maybe your capacitor has simply lost its capacity. Welcome to Don�TMs TV & Repair shop, a vintage speakeasy that�TMs equipped with all the replacement parts you need to get your internal diode up and running again.
Dining - June 30, 2020
Al fresco dining & new dishes on docket for reopening at Ristorante Bartolotta
The re-opening of Ristorante Bartolotta will mark not only the first re-opening for The Bartolotta Restaurants on the whole, but the first step on the restaurant group's journey toward a new approach to both dining and customer service.
Dining - June 29, 2020
Mina brings aperitivo-style plates to Crossroads Collective
There are more delicious thing popping up this week at the Crossroads Collective.
Dining - June 29, 2020
The Diplomac is back (and more) as The Diplomat returns for curbside pick-up
It�TMs been over three months since Milwaukee diners have been able to enjoy the well-executed dishes from The Diplomat. But, after a soft run this past weekend, the Brady Street restaurant is back for curbside dinner pick-up. Here's what's on the menu.
Dining - June 29, 2020
On the Burger Trail: The cheeseburger at Robert's Frozen Custard
This week, Lori Fredrich is reviewing the cheeseburger from Robert's Frozen Custard in Germantown.
#RaiseMKE - June 26, 2020
Harley-Davidson Museum to host blood drives to mitigate emergency shortage
As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, the national blood shortage has dipped to dangerous levels. Since March, over 600 blood drives have been canceled in the State of Wisconsin, creating a vital need for donations. In response, the Harley-Davidson Museum will be hosting two blood drives on both July 1 and 2.
Dining - June 26, 2020
MIRC calls on City of Milwaukee to mandate masks in public
Concern has risen among local bars and restaurants in the City of Milwaukee �" which have been allowed to reopen as part of the Move Milwaukee Forward plan �" that the risks of reopening outweigh the benefits.
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