Milwaukee coffee lovers rejoice! Stone Creek, which opened its Downer Avenue cafe walk-up window this week, announced Thursday the phased reopening of its Milwaukee-area cafes for pickup service.
Fiddleheads Coffee Roasters, founded in Thiensville in 2006, is planning to open its eighth area location in autumn.
The Italian-inspired Apertivo has softly opened its doors and is serving up breakfast, lunch and cocktails in beautifully appointed rustic industrial digs.
The space is clean and natural with wood floors, large windows, plants and an overall good vibe. The merchandise is well selected and organized and the small cafe is welcoming. Center Street Wellness has every reason to succeed - as long as Milwaukeeans support it.
Fairgrounds Coffee & Tea will open its doors to the public, debuting its first Wisconsin cafe, in the Yankee Hill neighborhood, on Wednesday, Oct. 23.
Yesterday morning, Emily and Colin Whitcomb quietly swung open the doors of their new Downtown cafe, the Canary Coffee Bar.
Hangout MKE, which opens to the public on Sunday at 1819 N. Farwell Ave., will be the city's first "activity cafe." Anyone else up for playing a game of life-sized Operation?
As the saying goes: change is the only constant. And that's an apt description of the scene at Interval, the innovative cafe at 1600 N. Jackson St.
Chicago-based Fairgrounds Coffee & Tea will offer a wide selection of coffees and teas from roasters and tea purveyors across the country, along with a menu of chef-driven menu items.
Orenda is a magical word. It's also a word with particular meaning for Leticia Munoz, the owner behind Orenda Cafe, a new breakfast and lunch restaurant slated to open in Silver City.
Milwaukee is full of cozy caf√©s off the beaten path. Stay tuned as we reveal some of our favorites - starting with Interval tucked away on the corner of Jackson and Pleasant Street.
This St. Francis cafe is owned by sisters Janeth and Lizeth Zorrilla and serves coffee roasted from beans grown by their uncle and grandpa in Mexico.
To celebrate 25 years, Colectivo is giving away one-year monthly coffee subscriptions if you find a silver ticket.
Enjoy feel-good favorites at this diner such as open-faced meatloaf and sandwiches such as the turkenstein, the french dunk and the reuben.
It's been a tough couple of weeks for three Waukesha-based businesses. Spring City Wine House, The Clarke Hotel and The Steaming Cup all sustained damages after a fire broke out in Downtown Waukesha earlier this month. But The Steaming Cup will reopen later this week.