Milwaukee is home to a long, storied history in food and beverage. This week, we're highlighting some of the conversations we've had on the FoodCrush podcast that showcase the folks who are working every day to preserve elements of our food and beverage culture, often while telling behind-the-scenes stories you've likely never heard before.
In this episode of FoodCrush, we sit down with John Dye to discuss his background, his motivation for taking on the curation of historic bars and the challenges he faces in keeping those spots alive.
What's your favorite space to cozy up for a drink? Voters in our bar month poll have chosen their clear favorite... for the seventh year in a row.
With its menu-free approach, dimly lit and warmly jazzy vibe, and - of course - its old-school cocktails, ice cream drinks and tasty tipples, Bryant's may be a total throwback, but the South Side lounge is a classic no matter the year.
It's possible there is no more historic, eccentric and beloved bar in Milwaukee than Bay View's At Random. We met up with new owner John Dye for a deep dig into the history of a tavern that dates back to the 19th century.
OnMilwaukee invited four different couples to meet every Tuesday night in February - the Month of Love - to participate in a Facebook Live series called "The Love Bowlers."
A Milwaukee couple, a massive cocktail for two and 10 questions about their relationship.
Last week we kicked off the Love Bowlers series at At Random with the warm, witty and extraordinarily genuine Jeff and Stephanie Sherman, aka "Jeffanie."
It's February so love is in the air. But it could also be in your booze bowl.
The swag lights are glowing, the faux fireplaces are faux crackling and the blenders are buzzing. This means one thing, Milwaukee.
If all goes according to plan, John Dye - the owner of Bryant's Lounge and the Jazz Estate - will take over At Random, 2501 S. Delaware Ave.
What's better than a brandy old fashioned from a bubbler? What's more killer than a Milwaukee mule? You called it, Milwaukee.
A random trip to Bay View this evening led to a sight for sore eyes. The long-darkened "Open" sign hanging on At Random, the classic cocktail bar that's been shuttered for months, was bright as day.
The May edition of a popular food lifestyle publication that offers "life through the lens of food," is out and Milwaukee has a large presence in print and online.
Monday evening, Ald. Tony Zielinski held a community meeting in order to address the recent rumors and speculation concerning the potential sale of At Random - in addition to five other buildings held by the same owner - and to take community input concerning the neighborhood bar.