When you're with the right person, anywhere can be perfect for date night - but according to the OnMilwaukee voters, few places set the mood better than The Outsider at the Kimpton Journeyman hotel.
What's your favorite space to cozy up for a drink? Voters in our bar month poll have chosen their clear favorite... for the seventh year in a row.
Suddenly, the warm-and-comfy factor in bars is a big deal, and so OnMilwaukee stepped up and went out on a couple of windy, chilly nights last week to scout out some of the city's coziest bars.
Campsite 131 - created by the owners of Camp Bar - will soon transform into "Santa Camp," a holiday-licious, winter wonderland-y, Santa-themed bar.
The owners of Camp Bar are heating things up with two new venues - a bar and an event space - on Old World 3rd Street.
As theme bars go, our readers have a definite favorite. We suspect it's due to the innate escapism offered by this multi-location venue.
Milwaukee bars offer plenty of options for those looking to drink without the buzz. Among the best of mocktails, Boone & Crockett and Camp Bar topped the list.
When it comes to romantic requisites, OnMilwaukee readers chose their third different bar over as many years, picking Camp Bar over fellow favorites Balzac and Bryant's Cocktail Lounge.
Once again Camp Bar, which has locations in Shorewood, the Third Ward and Wauwatosa, has topped the charts in the Best Atmosphere category, nabbing the title for the sixth straight year.
You can think of Campsite 131 as Camp Bar's sister. She was born and raised in the Northwoods, so she appreciates the joy of cozying in with friends and waiting out the long, brutal winter. Her nails are well manicured and her taste in shoes is impeccable. But she's fun and down to earth ... and just about everyone wants to be her friend.
The biggest outdoor Packers party of the season is coming up this Sunday, Oct. 28!
In my opinion, an awesome mocktail is just like a great cocktail. But a good mocktail is also not just a seltzer, tonic water, cranberry juice, orange juice, pop, etc. It is a beverage made with craft, thought and passion. And here are two from Camp Bar.
There's something new on the way from Camp Bar owners Paul and Natalia Hackbarth, and it promises to capture all the cozy comforts of the classic Camp Bar experience along with a slightly more refined, elegant package.
Two votes. That's all that separated first and second place in the best theme bar category last year, one of the tightest and most competitive contests of the entire month. This year, would Safe House or Camp Bar on top?
Once again Camp Bar, which has locations in Shorewood, the Third Ward and Wauwatosa, has topped the charts in the Best Atmosphere category, nabbing the title for the fifth straight year.