Crafty Cow, 2675 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., expanded its vegetarian options on its regular and brunch menus. They also now offer meat-free versions of some of their menu items.
Crafty Cow has reinvented its bunch takeout and delivery menu - previously themed Brunch & Chill - as a collection of biscuit-based breakfast items, sandwiches and more called Biscuit Boys.
Brunch is as much a weekend tradition in Wisconsin as the Friday night fish fry. And thanks to the hard work on the part of restaurants all across the city, you don't need to forego indulging in the leisurely weekend meal.
Whether it's a beautiful brunch spread you're after or a very special dinner, here are some of the restaurants offering special Mother's Day offerings for carry-out.
It's been almost five years since Casey Rataczak opened Camino in Walker's Point. And in that time, the bar has become a popular destination - not just for its beer - but for its well executed scratch bar menu. But in the coming weeks, West Allis will have the opportunity to experience the popular bar for themselves.
After announcing that they would be closing their doors on March 24, La Merenda and Engine Company No. 3 are gearing up to reopen for curbside pick-up.
If you've been missing your Blue's Egg fix, we have good news to share.
Comet Cafe on the East Side has officially re-opened to the public after closing its doors on March 17.
Black Shoe hospitality has made the difficult decision to close Blue's Egg Shorewood, 4195 N. Oakland Ave., the restaurant they opened in May of 2018.
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.
It will be three years in July since Stella Van Buren opened its doors at The Westin Downtown. April will also mark two years since Zach Espinosa, longtime chef for the Bartolotta Restaurants, took the helm at the restaurant. And you can see his influence on the new spring menu, which features a number of delicious new items.
The weekend may almost be over, but what better way to start the last day than with a delicious brunch. Not made by yourself, of course, but by one of the Brew City's many fabulous brunch spots, all gathered here for your perusal.
Recently, Hangout MKE - an "activity cafe" at 1819 N. Farwell Ave. that encourages human interaction through oversized versions of classic games like pool, Scrabble, foosball and more - launched a new waffle bar inside its space.
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.
Before it closes, Lowlands Group is inviting customers to come and bid farewell to Cafe Bavaria, and celebrate its eight years of serving German food, bier and gemütlichkeit in the Tosa Village.