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.
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The Bay View Beer Store, 2322 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., sells suds from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day and offers curbside, walk-up window or delivery service only.
Your list of restaurants to support during the coronavirus lockdown just got longer, as several of the Hospitality Democracy restaurants are reopening their doors for delivery and curbside orders.
Char'd has officially reopened its doors in the Historic Third Ward after closing on March 17.
Colectivo Coffee on Humboldt in Riverwest is now open for pick-up and curbside orders. Two other locations are soon to follow.
Starting today, you can get burgers and shakes delivered to your door by a drag queen from Hamburger Mary's. How fun is that?!
Lou Malnati's, the family-owned pizzeria known for its Chicago style pizza, has confirmed that it will establish its first Wisconsin location in Fox Point.
Thanks to the acquisition of a new commercial kitchen space, Tenuta's Italian Restaurant will be launching delivery services in the Bay View and St. Francis area.
In an age when we can get groceries delivered directly to our doorsteps, Imperfect Produce - a service which launched in Milwaukee in June - is working to help slash food waste.
It's hard to believe it's already been a year since Uber Eats launched its delivery service in Milwaukee. But it's true. And the popular delivery service is now looking to the future and planning expanded services in metro Milwaukee.
McDelivery on UberEATS is available at more than 50 McDonald's restaurants throughout Milwaukee.
Thanks to MillerCoors, many beer-deprived beer-drinkers nationwide will never have to leave their couches, with the new "Miller Lite On-Demand" home services. But because Drizly, the alcohol-ordering app that connects customers and retailers, is not in Wisconsin yet, we have to wait for our beer.
Feeling hungry? Maybe you're craving sushi from Sake Tumi. Tabouleh from Casablanca. Or a Barrie Burger from AJ Bombers. Well, thanks to digital technology, there's now yet another way to satiate your craving. UberEATS officially launches its Milwaukee delivery service today.
Milwaukee's first Insomnia Cookies opened at 11 a.m. today at 1804 E. North Ave. The chain specializes in late-night delivery of freshly baked cookies.