After suspending service on March 16, The Wicked Hop has announced that they will be reopening the restaurant with abbreviated hours for take-out service. Here's what you need to know.
Ever wish you could have brunch on a Wednesday afternoon? Or how about a Friday fish fry on a Saturday? Well, you can do that thanks to the crafty folks at Crafty Cow.
When it comes to bars, Milwaukee dominates, offering everything from comfy taverns to posh clubs. Once again, OnMilwaukee will celebrate the city's hearty and diverse drinking culture with Bar Month, including your chance to vote for your favorites in the 2020 Best of Bars poll.
Starting this weekend, Urban Beets will offer a brunch menu on weekends. The new menu features something for everyone, from Urban Beets favorites to a variety of new dishes, each of which offers a healthful take on familiar, comforting staples.
On Sunday, Nov. 17 at 10 a.m., Great Lakes Distillery will launch a brand new ... beer?! That's right, Milwaukee's pioneer post-Prohibition distillery, 616 W. Virginia St., has teamed with its neighbors at MobCraft Beer to create Chaser American Lager, which will be permanently and exclusively sold at the Great Lakes tasting room.
The beer garden, which has been putting final touches on its menu and space for the past couple of weeks, will officially open to the public on Friday, Aug. 23 at noon.
What's up with the tradition of serving a tiny glass or bottle of beer with boozy tomato juice and why does it (mostly) only happen in Wisconsin?
Since opening in April, The MECCA Sports Bar & Grill has made a name for itself as the city's prime game-watching sports bar. But -- even if sportsball isn't your thing -- you might still have good reason to pay this new Deer District venue a visit.
Beyond a concrete jungle of cement lots and warehouses on Bay View's North Edge lies one of Milwaukee's most hidden venues, and one of the city's worst kept secrets: Barnacle Bud's.
If you've driven past Fuzzy's Sports Pub & Grill in Waukesha, but you've never stopped in, you might well be surprised by what you find inside. After all, the main draw at Fuzzy's isn't likely what you'd expect.
The Bloody Mary Festival-Wisconsin is a first for Milwaukee, which was chosen as one of 10 cities nationwide to host The Bloody Mary Festival in 2019. And, as of today, we know the first round of vendors which will be participating in the event.
After months in the making, Orenda Cafe will officially open to the public on Wednesday, May 1, bringing a much-needed breakfast and lunch spot to the Silver City neighborhood.
This month, The Wicked Hop will celebrate its 15-year anniversary, pulling together four days of events and programming to commemorate the occasion.
For the fourth year in a row, this guy won again.
The Bloody Mary Festival-Wisconsin will take place on the plaza in front of Fiserv Forum on Saturday and Sunday, June 22-23.