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.
The Lowlands Group announced today that it plans to keep Café Bavaria open through the holiday season.
Lowlands Group announced today that they will be reconcepting Cafe Bavaria, their Geramanic-themed cafe in the Wauwatosa Village, transforming it into a new, Northwoods-inspired restaurant called The Buckatabon.
Summer has been slow to arrive, but we're seeing peeks of sunlight amid the clouds. And on those clement days, there's a new beer garden to check out in the Village of Wauwatosa.
The Village of Wauwatosa will soon have its very own beer garden. That's thanks to plans announced today by the Lowlands Group to roll out a newly expanded patio beer garden overlooking the Menomonee River.
The World Cup has begun and, while the U.S. did not qualify, that shouldn't stop fun-loving Milwaukeeans from joining in the fanaticism of the monthlong party that comes around once every four summers and celebrates global unity, sport and day drinking. There are myriad places to watch, but if you really want to find your special soccer spot, use this list.
One of Milwaukee's multi-year James Beard semifinalists will soon take the culinary helm at the Lowlands Group restaurants, including Café Hollander, Café Benelux, Café Centraal and Café Bavaria.
Whether you're just getting to know more about various beer styles or you're a veteran looking to dig deeper, the new lineup of monthly Lowlands Group Bierklasses is certain to offer you food for thought.
This January, enjoy the "Tour de Tosa," an event showcasing dishes and drinks from around Europe, served up in a "progressive dinner" format, where guests move from restaurant to restaurant for unique dishes and a wine or beer pairing.
Seems the Travel Channel has its cameras pointed at Milwaukee once again. Crews were in town this week filming for an episode of the hit show "Food Paradise," which features food spots across the country offering one-of-a-kind dining experiences.
Wisconsin is more than beer, brats and cheese. But, we've got to admit it, our cheese is pretty darned good. And "USA Today" thinks so too, judging from their slideshow of dishes from area restaurants.
The German-themed restaurant will be featured in an upcoming segment on the TV show "Food Paradise," a 30-minute food tour show seeking out the best places to find various dishes and cuisines across the country, focusing on a particular type of restaurant or food specialty in each episode.
Many great new restaurants opened in Milwaukee in the past year and you, the OnMilwaukee.com readers, picked one as the very best. Click here to find out which one it was.
With the warmer weather comes a desire to dine al fresco. This week, despite a few drops of rain, we stopped at Cafe Bavaria in Tosa village to try the lunch menu with a view overlooking ... Cafe Hollander.
What does spring hold for the Milwaukee restaurant scene? As it turns out, quite a bit. Here's a list of openings to expect, and a few great new places to enjoy in the meantime.