Jarvis Williams talks about his decision to part ways with the forthcoming Fine & Dandy Fried Chicken project.
Bass bay brewhouse
Some restaurants aspire to creating something new and innovative. Still others aspire to creating comfort and familiarity by preserving beloved food traditions. Such is the case for Kurt Fogle and Ryan Oschmann, co-owners of Bass Bay Brewhouse, a modern restaurant that preserves the tenets inherent to the Wisconsin supper club tradition.
Work on the 3rd Street Market Hall is currently in progress. The forthcoming food hall is expected to house as many as 20 tenants, including a fine (of high quality) and dandy (excellent) new concept which will serve up juicy, crisp fried chicken and accompanying sides.
Milwaukee is a city packed full of delicious Friday night frys, a real hometown tradition. But which is the best of the many different and delicious options, according to you? The answer won't likely surprise you.
Last month Vogue Magazine declared The Cream City "the Midwest's coolest (and most underrated) city." And now "Goop," Gwyneth Paltrow's $250 million lifestyle brand is following suit.
While Dining Editor Lori Fredrich loves a good classic American cheese-topped burger, she's also a big fan of the mushroom Swiss burger. So, when she saw that Bass Bay had added one to its menu, she was eager to give it a try.
In this series, we're trying out some of Milwaukee's most popular fish fries, serving up commentary, fun facts, pro tips and ratings of the three foundational elements of a classic Wisconsin fry: the fish, the potato pancakes and the classic brandy old fashioned.
What makes a classic fish fry? Well, that depends who you ask. For us, it's about a great old-school atmosphere, delicious fish and friends to share it with. Here are five to try on this Good Friday eve.
This year's top food business concepts for the Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge bring a sense of history, family heritage and culture to the table.
Over the past two and a half years, Bass Bay Brewhouse has undergone a steady transformation. Take a peek at the new space and menu offerings that are making it the hottest spot in Muskego.
Milwaukee has been blessed with numerous restaurant openings. But, here's a of spots that opened in 2015 that have made a dent in the city's journey toward becoming a city filled with world-class cuisine.
Make this the best Caturday yet with purrfect brunch dishes from across the city.
Enjoy delicious food with a lake view at this Muskego restaurant, located just 30 minutes from Milwaukee.
The Bass Bay Brewhouse, a casual eatery on the Aud-Mar property in Muskego, will offer classic supper club and American-style cuisine under the deft hand of Chef Kurt Fogle.