It's National Pie Day - aka certainly a good enough of a reason for us to declare that pie is simply better than cake. Fight us.
As a longtime fan of the hazelnut - when I bought my house nearly 20 years ago, one of the first things I did was plant a hazelnut bush in the backyard - I'm excited to finally find this native Wisconsin plant represented in more foods than ever.
In honor of both Milwaukee Day and its own eighth anniversary, Purple Door Ice Cream will launch a new flavor - and give away free cones of it.
Leon's isn't just a Milwaukee favorite frozen custard destination in summer.
Although most of us want both, it's time to make a decision. Pie or cake? Which shall it be?
This pie and this ice cream are made in different Milwaukee neighborhoods but belong on the same plate.
Movida has a small but delicious dessert menu, including chocolate cake, cheesecake, and churros. I tried the churros, which I first heard about when they started serving them initially and I have been waiting to try ever since.
Leon Schneider wasn't the first to open a custard stand in Milwaukee, but he was one of the most influential. Even today, nearly a quarter century after Schneider's death, his Leon's drive-in on South 27th Street is a draw for locals and Milwaukee visitors alike.
OnMilwaukee celebrated National Donut Day at Cranky Al's this morning, but "Donut Index" data suggests 49% of Americans are lukewarm on doughnuts. Hmmm.
What's better than a delicious, rich milkshake or a frosty ice cream float? How about a milkshake or float spiked with a bit of alcohol? Boozy milkshakes and floats are popping up all over the city these days. And here's just a few of the spots where you can find them.
In celebration of Portillo's 54th anniversary, it is offering guests a very special treat: chocolate cake. Baked fresh daily, it's moist and chocolatey and filled with decadent chocolate frosting. It's also the same cake used in the chain's popular cake shakes.
Folks out west can now enjoy amazing sweets, like the unique dusty road cupcake - which blends the flavors of the classic frozen custard sundae into one giant, rich, malt-laced treat - when Classy Girl opens its new shop in Brookfield Square on Feb. 1.
Mad Science is the first nitrogen ice cream shop in Wisconsin. And with made-to-order ice cream in nine flavors with a choice of 48 toppings and add-ins, its goal is 100% fun.
Even though custard will always be Milwaukee's frozen treat sweetheart, froyo is seemingly here to stay and available in most neighborhoods.
YoFresh Yogurt Café will soon open at 5760 S. 108th St. in Hales Corners. This is the second YoFresh store in Wisconsin.