Technically, the new decade doesn't begin until 2021 (or so the experts at the Farmers Almanac say). However, as we move into 2020, there's little harm in taking a look back at how far we've come. After all, the Milwaukee dining scene in 2010 was a far cry from what it is today.
This year, Lori Fredrich hones in on some of her favorite finds for food and beverage lovers, with options that should please even the most persnickety - and difficult to buy for - folks on your list. Best of all, most can be found in locally owned area shops.
We have a good number of restaurants in our city that are making increasingly eco-friendly decisions. In turn, as consumers, we have an equally important task: supporting restaurants that are doing the right thing. And even that small effort makes a huge difference.
Braise has got to be one of MKE's finest... it's the city's first Community Supported Restaurant with several levels of membership. You can always just drop in; reservations are recommended unless you want to take your chances like my husband and I prefer at the bar or in the back at ...