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Dining - Jan. 27, 2020
On the (Veggie) Burger Trail: The Classic Burger at Urban Beets
If anyone serves up a great veggie burger, I'd expect it to be a restaurant dedicated to plant-based fare. Fortunately, a growing number of eateries catering to the veg-set have cropped up over the past five or so years, so there were a number from which to choose. On this trip, I chose Urban Beets, a venue which opened its first location in 2015.
Dining - Jan. 26, 2020
52 restaurants for your bucket list, 2020
In 2020, I'd beseech you to take the time to diversify. And to guide you on your journey, I've comprised a list of 52 restaurants (in random order) that should be on your Milwaukee restaurant bucket list.
Dining - Jan. 24, 2020
Thank Cod it's Fryday: State Fair Inn
In this series, we're on the hunt for some of the area's best fish fries. You'll find commentary, pro tips and ratings of the three staples of a classic Wisconsin fry: namely the fish, the potato pancakes, and the classic Wisconsin style brandy old fashioned.
Dining - Jan. 24, 2020
Mobay Cafe owner aims to highlight diversity of Caribbean isles
It might be snowing now. But a Caribbean breeze is due to sweep into Walker's Point fairly soon. That's because a new restaurant called Mobay Cafe is slated to open as soon as March.
Dining - Jan. 23, 2020
Flourchild to bring fresh new pizza concept to Milwaukee Street
A new concept is on its way to Downtown Milwaukee, and it promises to offer a unique take on one of the city's favorite dishes: pizza.
Dining - Jan. 23, 2020
Help fight Kennedy's Disease at Dim Sum + Give Some gala on March 24
For the second year running, Chefs Dan Jacobs and Dan Van Rite of JVR Hospitality Group have announced that they will be hosting their second Dim Sum + Give Some gala to benefit the Kennedy's Disease Association.
Dining - Jan. 22, 2020
FoodCrush Podcast: Jarvis Williams & AnneMarie Sims talk MPS ProStart
In 2016, Milwaukee Public Schools implemented ProStart, a nationally recognized culinary arts track for high school students that aimed to change the trajectory for students, offer them valuable life skills and prepare them for future jobs in the service industry. On this week's podcast, we chat with two key players who keep the program running at Bay View High School.
Bars & Clubs - Jan. 22, 2020
More changes on Jefferson Street: Plum Lounge to close
The face of Jefferson Street is changing once again. Today, Mazen Muna announced that he will be closing Plum Lounge, 780 N. Jefferson St.
Tagged with: plum lounge, mazen muna
Dining - Jan. 22, 2020
Fresh seafood is at the fore at Jin's Sushi Seafood & Bar in Greenfield
Jin's Sushi Seafood & Bar opened quietly last week in Greenfield, offering curious neighborhood diners a menu featuring "endless sushi and seafood" in an upscale environment.
Dining - Jan. 21, 2020
Get a taste of Lao cooking at upcoming SapSap pop-up at Crossroads Collective
Lao food from SapSap will be the showcase of an upcoming pop-up at the Crossroads Collective food hall.
Dining - Jan. 20, 2020
On the (Veggie) Burger Trail: The Vedge at Cafe Hollander
During the month of January, Lori Fredrich will be making some special stops on the burger trail to find the latest, greatest and most delicious veggie burgers in Milwaukee.
Dining - Jan. 18, 2020
Watching Paris Hilton cook is like watching a dumpster fire
So, after a relatively quiet year (during which she spent far too much time working on the release of the unfortunate earworm "B.F.A."), it seems that Paris Hilton is trying her hand at something new: cooking.
Dining - Jan. 17, 2020
Customize your pasta, salads and gelato at Tua Pasta, which opens Jan. 20
It's been almost a year since Tua Pasta announced it would be opening in a prime Riverwalk location. But beginning Monday, Jan. 20, you can be among the first to try out the innovative concept which allows you to custom design your own pasta, salads and gelato.
#RaiseMKE - Jan. 17, 2020
Baby Theo inspires Hops for Hearts & fight against congenital heart defects
One out of every 100 children born in the U.S. suffers from congenital heart disease, a condition which takes the lives of more children each year than all forms of childhood cancer combined. Theo James Schlict was one of those children. But his short life inspired his mother to help others like him.
Bars & Clubs - Jan. 17, 2020
Warm up in the cold: Wicked Hop & Cafe Benelux ice bars return Jan. 17
Two ice bars will return to the Third Ward, just in time for January Gallery Night.
Dining - Jan. 16, 2020
Jackson's Blue Ribbon Pub to bring good grub, community to West Milwaukee
A second location for Wauwatosa's Jackson's Blue Ribbon Pub is slated to open this spring in West Milwaukee.
Dining - Jan. 16, 2020
12th Season of "Wisconsin Foodie" debuts today with new host, Luke Zahm
The first episode in the 12th season of "Wisconsin Foodie" will air on Thursday, Jan. 16. The episode will mark the debut of new host, Chef Luke Zahm of Driftess Cafe in Viroqua, Wisconsin.
Dining - Jan. 16, 2020
Facing my biggest foodie fears: My candid experience with GenoPalate
As a food writer, the idea of taking the GenoPalate test struck a bit of (potentially irrational) terror into my soul. I love food. And I love almost every type of food. What if I found out there were foods I needed to eliminate? Or that my ideal diet shouldn't include cheese? Wine? Oysters? Or worse?
Dining - Jan. 15, 2020
FoodCrush Podcast: A spirited chat with NYT cocktail writer Robert Simonson
On this week's podcast, we chat with Robert Simonson, Wisconsin native and The New York Times cocktail writer, about a host of topics from his experience growing up in Wisconsin and his career as a theater critic to his transition to writing about cocktails, spirits, bars and bartenders.
Dining - Jan. 15, 2020
Get your paczki fix early at the Paczki Preview Party on Feb. 9
There's just over a month of sleeps left before Paczki Day (Feb. 25)! But you can begin the celebration early with a very special Paczki Preview Party hosted by the Wisconsin Bakers Association at the Polish Center of Wisconsin.
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