Expansion is on the horizon for Twisted Path Distillery, including a larger and more visible tasting room. And that means changes for both the distillery and the Bittercube-run Dock18 Cocktail Lab, which will host its last service on Saturday, Nov. 18.
Cocktails have been historically overlooked as potential pairings for food. But in recent years, as craft cocktails have become a more popular choice for bar and restaurant guests, most quality bar programs have synced their operations to reflect a responsiveness to dishes on the menu.
Lucky Joe's Alchemy & Eatery is under new ownership. And that means changes for the bar and restaurant which opened in the Village of Wauwatosa in summer of 2015. To accommodate, the bar and restaurant will be closed for a week in October.
In a city with a burgeoning cocktail scene, it's worthwhile to take note when the U.S. premiere of a cocktail-related film comes to town. But, that's not the only reason to get your tickets to see one of two showings of "Schumann's Bar Talks" at the Milwaukee Film Festival.
There's a distillery and tasting room in town where you've likely never been. And, if you have, you're part of a fairly exclusive group who have discovered one of Milwaukee's best kept secrets. Read on and learn more about Twisted Path Distillery and Dock18 Cocktail Lab.
I think it's important to start this blog by letting you all know that my family is from the south. My mom's family is from South Texas, while my dad's family - originally from the DC area - is from South Carolina. This means that we're very fond of our southern food and our stiff drink. Most of ...
I stopped in at M's and had the best martini of my life. Leche del Diablo a patron based martini. yum. There was a drag show going on called The Flying Green Olive Revue. They perform the first saturday of the month. It was Excellent. My friends and...