In an effort to support social distancing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, an increasing number of restaurants -- even those who've never offered carry-out and delivery before -- are announcing their decision to offer take-out, delivery and curbside meal options.
Itï¿½TMs been over three months since Milwaukee diners have been able to enjoy the well-executed dishes from The Diplomat. But, after a soft run this past weekend, the Brady Street restaurant is back for curbside dinner pick-up. Here's what's on the menu.
It's been just over three months since diners have been able to enjoy the delicious food from Ca'Lucchenzo. But the Italian restaurant in Wauwatosa, has announced that they will re-open today for curbside pick-up.
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.
Here in Milwaukee there are countless Mexican-owned restaurants where you can both eat and imbibe on Cinco de Mayo. Heck, if you do it right, you can even indulge in mole poblano, the traditional dish eaten in the town of Puebla on the big holiday.
If you've been missing Goodkind in Bay View as much as we have, this news will be some of the best you've heard all day. They're coming back for a burger night pop-up. Here's what they're serving and what you need to do to get yours.
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.
Following their highly anticipated pop-up at the East Side's Crossroads Collective, which wrapped up during the beginning of the Safter at Home mandate for COVID-19, SapSap has opened for curbside pick-up at their Racine commissary kitchen. Here's everything you need to know.
If you love the delicious sugar-studded Belgian liege waffles from Press., it's time to take note. After all, it means that you could wake up on Easter morning (or any morning in the near future) to a plate filled with deliciousness.
Amid the clouds, there's always sunshine. And the sun will be shining just a bit brighter in Milwaukee on Saturday, April 4. That's because the city will have the opportunity to get its first taste of Flourchild, the highly anticipated new pizza restaurant from the owners of Merriment Social and Third Coast Provisions.