For the 11th year in a row, it is no surprise that Beans & Barley has secured the top spot for this years best vegan/vegetarian. Move over brats and cheese curds, Beans & Barley has paved the way for vegetarian and vegan restaurants and cuisine here in Milwaukee.
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The Mequon Public Market opens on Saturday, June 22. But you can satisfy your latent curiosity by joining us on a pictoral tour of the space, which features ten diverse food vendors plus a bit of retail for good measure.
Once again, 10 years running, Beans & Barley takes the win.
Milwaukee's East Side staple, Beans & Barley has been announced as the newest tenant for the Mequon Public Market at Spur 16, located at 6300 W. Mequon Rd.
Are you a coffee lover who also has an appreciation for bourbon, cognac or tequila? If so, PhiloÃ‡offia has your number. The new Bay View-based company specializes in barrel-aged coffee that offers up the flavor of barrel-aged spirits without any of the alcohol.
When it comes to best vegetarian, one restaurant has been your pick for nine years running.
Despite a growing amount of competition in the meat-less arena, the votes spoke loudly and clearly in 2016. Beans & Barley, a perennial favorite among our OnMilwaukee readers, took the top spot in the best vegetarian restaurant category.
Nine Below Mini Golf Tavern, 1905 E. North Ave., opened to the public at 2 p.m. today and OnMilwaukee was there - ready to chat, drink and putt. Owners David and Marla Poytinger call it "The world's first Maker's Golf Tavern."
This summer, David and Marla Poytinger - who also own Splash Studio -Â plan to open Nine Below, a "maker's golf tavern" in the space below Beans & Barley, 1905 E. North Ave. See renderings of the 7,000-square foot space after the renovation process.
At WMSE's Rockabilly Chili, the competition for best chili gets hotter every year. We asked last year's winners how they plan to defend their titles in 2016, and this is what they told us.
While you can find healthy dishes at just about any restaurant in town simply by applying a keen eye to the menu (and potentially making a substitution or two), here are eight spots where it's easy to find fare that's lighter, healthier and still completely delicious.
Despite stiff competition, Beans & Barley took the top spot in the best vegetarian restaurant category. But, it's no surprise, since they've been serving up vegetarian eats for more than three decades.
In April, Hannah Roland launched a small, Bay View-based pizza business called Cedar Teeth. The pizzas are mostly natural, rectangular and available in six varieties.
Sidle up to a dinosaur and sample some of the best food and drink Wisconsin has to offer at the Milwaukee Public Museum's 16th annual Food & Froth Fest, Saturday, Feb. 22.
The Indigo Girls play Pride Fest on Saturday, June 8 at 10:30 p.m. Recently, OnMilwaukee.com chatted with one half of the folk duo, Amy Ray, about homesickness, new music, songs she refuses to play on stage and Beans and Barley.