These times are uncertain. But folks are still making big plans for the future.Take for instance the team at Lost Whale in Bay View...
On this week's podcast, we're chatting with Daniel Beres and Tripper Duval of Lost Whale in Bay View, a spot which exemplifies the creative, yet casual vibe that characterizes the modern cocktail scene.
It's Lost Whale's first anniversary. And the bar is celebrating with a magical fairy tale-filled bash. And cocktails, of course.
Tap cocktails are an offering born of the modern craft movement which has slowly-but-surely shed its 15-ingredient specialty cocktails and mustache-twirling pretense in favor of friendly service and high quality cocktails made faster and more efficiently.
On Dec. 5, the nation will celebrate the 85th anniversary of Repeal Day, the day on which America got its booze back. You should, of course, celebrate this momentous day. And you could do so by attending one of the largest Repeal Day celebrations in the city.
Sip on Wonka-tails while floating down a chocolate river at the fantastic Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory themed Halloween bash at The Lost Whale in Bay View.
Now that Boone & Crockett is officially settled into its new Harbor District space at 818 S Water St., it's time to welcome another bar into the Bay View digs at 2151 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.
Love brunch? How about brunch for dinner? Scratch that. How about a crazy '80s and '90s cereal-themed brunch for dinner on Monday night? Beginning Monday, Jan. 8 at 5 p.m., you can experience just that at Vermuteria 600.
You can learn to make your own sangria, just in time for summer. That's thanks to a new Sangria Lab event at MOVIDA, where you'll learn not only the history and origins of the Spanish beverage, but also how to make some of the most delicious sangria you've ever had.
Not drinking? No problem. Even in a drinking town like Milwaukee, there are plenty of places to get classy non-alcoholic beverages. We've got a list of spots that whip up some of the best mocktails around, along with some of their best offerings.
Remodeling is in progress at Maison, the new French restaurant opening in the former Washington Heights neighborhood home of Meritage. According to owner and Chef Michael Quinn, work is on schedule for an opening in late January or early February.
Maison, a restaurant specializing in classic French cuisine, is slated to open in the Washington Heights Neighborhood at 5921 W. Vliet St. in the former home of Meritage. We spoke to Chef Michael Quinn, who will head the new restaurant.
In the latest episode of Chef Talk, Kyle Cherek interviews Daniel Beres, a craft cocktail bartender at Movida.
Paul Zerkel slung eggrolls, AJ Dixon popped popcorn, Kevin Sloan flipped burgers, and Jaime Jacobs danced. Find out more about which chefs and industry professionals got their start at Summerfest.
Sometimes you get more out of a dinner than you might expect. Such was the case with the Le Reve Classic Cocktail Dinner, which provided a brief education in classic cocktails along with five courses of delicious fare.