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.
You've got a new excuse to wing it over to Deer District: Cream City Cluckery, a new delivery and pickup restaurant focusing only on chicken tenders, opens Wednesday.
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.
If youï¿½TMve been worn down by the COVID-19 pandemic ï¿½" and all the stressors that have come with it ï¿½" 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 Donï¿½TMs TV & Repair shop, a vintage speakeasy thatï¿½TMs equipped with all the replacement parts you need to get your internal diode up and running again.
OK, so it's not a Target in Downtown Milwaukee, but it's pretty darn close: The retail giant announced today that it will open a new location in Bayshore.
There are more delicious thing popping up this week at the Crossroads Collective.
Crazy Nachos, which is in the parking lot of Fiesta Cafe, 1407 S. 1st St., is a larger-than-life, carnivalesque nacho stand offering large orders of nachos for $13. There's also a Michelada stand, a taco truck and soon live music, ice cream and more.
The Sherman Phoenix, 3536 W. Fond du Lac Ave., announced today that they will be welcoming a brand new tenant for the former Shindig coffeehouse space.
In days when running a small food-based business can be downright scary, Pete's Pops is making full use of every opportunity that comes their way. And that's great news for all of us!
Thereï¿½TMs a new restaurant on its way to Wauwatosa later this summer, which promises Scandinavian-inspired fare paired with a dose of Midwestern charm.
Thereï¿½TMs a new carry-out lunch spot opening today in the Jefferson Buildiing's garden level food court which also houses popular lunch options like Shah Jeeï¿½TMs.
As bars and restaurants in the City of Milwaukee continue to strategize and make plans for an uncertain future, many are using their time to reimagine how they can better serve customers when they reopen their doors. In some cases, theyï¿½TMre pivoting entirely and taking the opportunity to rethink concepts to better serve the community they serve.
Gloriosoï¿½TMs Italian Market, 1011 E Brady St., has announced plans to reopen for curbside pick-up and deliv
After a full two-month closure, the newly rebranded Captain Pabst Pilot House (formerly the Pabst Milwaukee Brewery and Taproom) at 1037 W. Juneau Ave. has announced that it will be re-opening to offer beer for carry-out just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
Allie Boy's Bagelry & Luncheonette, the highly anticipated Walker's Point restaurant, has officially opened for curbside pick-up in their new home. Here's everything you need to know.