It's year lucky No. 7 for Burnhearts Mitten Fest, which takes place this Saturday, Feb. 1. The outdoor block party is held primarily on Bay View's Potter Avenue just outside the bar, 2599 S. Logan Ave.
It's 20 degrees outside. You're sitting in your nice warm Downtown office and all you can think about is the delicious cheeseburger. Unfortunately, the idea of venturing out into the cold and standing in line to get it has zero appeal. Fortunately - as they say - there's an app for that.
It's been a year of conflict for Taqueria Arandas, but here's a fight that's comes to a happy, rewarding and stress-free conclusion for the taco hot spot: They've claimed the title of Brew City's best food truck.
More than 20 food trucks, a winery and a great patio. What more could you want from your weekend? If you've never been to The Blind Horse Restaurant & Winery - a destination which merges a Napa Valley-style restaurant and a world-class winery - this weekend would be a great time to visit.
Milwaukee has no shortage of food trucks, and as of this morning, we have our very first food truck park, too.
Boone & Crockett's new patio - which is still a work in progress - has greatly contributed to the evolution of the bar's space.
As the food truck fleet continues to grow in Milwaukee, we're seeing not only more creative fare, but more globally inspired cuisine. Among the newest trucks to introduce something new to the scene is Bad English Asian Kitchen.
The trickiest part of grabbing your meal from a food truck is determining where you're going to find one. Fortunately, we've got your number. This guide is tailor-made to be your go-to for where to find great food trucks in Downtown Milwaukee any day of the week.
Among the new concepts coming to the Zocalo Food Park is Fontelle's Eatery, a globally inspired burger and sandwich concept from the owners of Freshfin Poke. Here's what they will be serving up.
The last-minute deal between Arandas taco truck owner Francisco Santos and Ald. Bob Donovan - which came after a proposal from the alderman to ban food trucks along a stretch of West National Avenue was vetoed by Mayor Tom Barrett in March - has failed, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Alderman Bob Donovan said today he believes Common Council legislation prohibiting food trucks from operating along West National Avenue is no longer needed, as an amicable solution has been found that satisfies his concerns.
Although Mayor Tom Barrett has vetoed a ban of food trucks along a stretch of West National Avenue that runs from South 27th to South 39th streets, the issue appears to be far from over, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
While Milwaukee has hosted a variety of food truck gatherings - including regular events at spots like the County Courthouse and Red Arrow Park - the Zocalo Food Park is likely to be quite distinct, and a first for the area.
The biggest outdoor Packers party of the season is coming up this Sunday, Oct. 28!
Some restaurants get their start as a food truck. In the case of Paella Police, a food truck is being used to expand the reach of an established restaurant.