Once again, according to OnMilwaukee readers, County Clare is the place, storming ahead of the competition for yet another easy win in the best Irish pub category.
The Hop will host what it calls its inaugural -- suggesting there will be more -- Hops and Stops streetcar pub crawl on Saturday, April 4 from noon until 5 p.m.
The warmth of a fire makes a good drinking buddy, and toasting - or getting toasted - in front of a fireplace is perfect on a blustery night. Here's a list of some great places to warm you inside and out.
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.
Last year, The Outsider ousted longtime winners Blu at The Pfister and County Clare in this category in the OnMilwaukee Best of Bars readers' poll. Could it do it again?
I have a little less than two months to continue to fully experience the Brew City. And with one of my favorite bands conveniently coming to Milwaukee on St. Patrick's Day, I know just the way to do it.
Looking for a certifiably Irish place to celebrate that most Irish of holidays, St. Patrick's Day? According to OnMilwaukee readers, County Clare is the place, storming ahead of the competition for yet another easy win in the best Irish pub category.
County Clare wins it again, but a new Irish bar and grill nabbed a close second place.
Last year, Blu at The Pfister ousted County Clare for the first time in years in this category in the OnMilwaukee Best of Bars readers' poll. But this year, there's a new view at the top.
When it comes to finding a taste of Ireland and a tasty brew on St. Patrick's Day - or on any of the other 364 days of the year - OnMilwaukee readers have once again voted County Clare the best Irish pub in Milwaukee.
Thanks to its breathtaking views of the city, readers named Blu in The Pfister Hotel as their favorite hotel bar, edging out County Clare for the first time in years.
Milwaukee has got some great hotel bars, from the casual and welcoming County Clare to the swanky Blu at The Pfister. Click here to find out which ranks as OnMilwaukee readers' favorite bar located in a Milwaukee hotel.
Classy and casually elegant, with an extensive wine list sure to impress your love interest and an array of small plates that will make you appear to have a highly refined palate, Balzac has a comfortably intimate atmosphere.
When it comes to Irish pubs in Brew City, OnMilwaukee readers really love County Clare. The Lower East Side hotel, bar and restaurant nabbed the title of best Irish bar for the umpteenth year in a row.
The story behind Lazy Susan, 2378 S. Howell Ave., is a compelling one. And if you haven't eaten there, the food you'll encounter is just as irresistible (think great vegetable dishes and luscious wild game). As the restaurant celebrates just over a year in business, it seemed time to sit down with Chef AJ Dixon and find out more about what makes her tick.