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.
Allie Boy's Bagelry & Luncheonette, the forthcoming Walker's Point venue which promises New York-style bagels and creative noshes, is hosting a pop-up this weekend. Get all the details and pre-order your bagel sandwiches now.
The days are closing in on the opening of Allie Boy's Bagelry & Luncheonette, a new venue which promises New York style bagels and creative noshes at a familiar location in Walker's Point.
On this week's podcast, Lori Fredrich and Matt Mueller explore the world of bagels with Daniela Varela, owner of Ruby's Bagels.
Founded by Daniela Varela, Ruby's Bagels is a business founded on family memories and a passion for cooking and sharing food with others.
The former Drink Wisconsinbly Pub, in the space at 135 E. National Ave. that was originally renovated as a home for the now-defunct Blue Jacket restaurant, will become Allie Boy's Bagelry & Luncheonette.
Milwaukee's newest - and possibly smallest - restaurant will open at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 8 in the former Bud E's Filling Station at 2504 E. Oklahoma Ave. And we've got a peek at what you can expect!
Another Milwaukee-area Bruegger's is closing its doors. This time, it's the Audubon Court location, and according to employees there, its final day is Dec. 10. The Downtown Bruegger's on Mason and Water Streets closed a year ago.
The new Stone Creek Cafe at 7954 Harwood Ave. in Wauwatosa officially opened its doors today. And when we arrived early this afternoon, the cafe was alive with folks getting their first peek at the new coffee shop.
After nearly 10 years, Bruegger's Bagel Bakery has closed its location in Downtown Milwaukee at 753 N. Water St., at Mason Street.
Curious minds want to know who is behind a regular bakery bonanza in Downtown Milwaukee. Several residents in the neighborhood tell me that streets and bridges are consistently laced with multiple bakery items several times per week.
I grew up thinking there's a practical reason it's called a pizza pie. You don't cut your apple pie into squares do you?
On Friday, the Bruegger's bagels location at 2045 E. North Ave. closed.
I don't really have a lot of complaints about the Milwaukee dining scene. For a city of its size, Milwaukee has amazing restaurants, chefs and diversity. In fact, per capita, one would be very hard-pressed to find a city that's better. My biggest complaints, I guess, is that I don't have enough time to try everything. But if I had to nitpick, there are a few additions I'd like to see in town.
Milwaukee, like most cities, has two bagel chain places, Einstein's and Bruegger's. But both places leave me a little dissatisfied.