East Siders pitched the idea of using the city parking lot between Von Trier and Beans & Barley as a place for additional outdoor dining space for area restaurants and now the idea is moving toward reality.
As Snack Boys prepares to open its new East Side location in the former Hotel Foster / Globe East, 2028 E. North Ave., next week, we got another peek at the colorful murals painted inside over the winter by local installation artist Kristina Rolander.
The Active Streets pilot program is bringing more than expanded dining in city streets. It is also the impetus for slowing traffic in areas like the East Side
There's nothing like al fresco dining on a patio during our great Milwaukee summer. And as we approach sunnier more clement days, patios might just provide an innovative solution to safer dining as restaurant owners across the city consider their options for re-opening.
For Wisconsinites, porches offer a summertime hygge, a cozy space that allows us to be simultaneously connected to both the comfort of our home and the unity of the public streets.
Lots of local businesses have been teaming up with area restaurants to deliver lunches to workers on the front line fighting the coronavirus pandemic and this Saturday, Milwaukee's Good City Brewing will join in, too.
Especially in this moment, when we can't be together and when the weather certainly doesn't look much like what you see in these photographs, it feels like stepping back in time and outside to the Brady Street of yore for the annual Brady Street Festival.
The time has come to get your last trip to Snack Boys, 814 S. Second St., in Walker's Point before they close briefly to make their big move to the East Side.
Mad Chicken, a locally owned fast casual concept specializing in chicken tenders, wings and sandwiches, officially opened its doors to the public on Friday, Jan. 10. As for what you'll find when you go, we made a trip to the restaurant earlier this week to find out.
Recently, reader Katie McMahon asked about the columns that appear on the corner of Shepard Avenue and Locust Street on the East Side, reminding me that like Katie and likely you and most everyone that's ever seen them, I've been curious about them.
It's time to put your fried chicken-eating pants on. Mad Chicken is slated to open its doors to the public on the East Side before week's end.
If you're worried about the delicious Palermo Villa pizza disappearing when Divino Wine and Dine, 2315 N. Murray Ave., closes on Jan. 31, you can rest easy, say new owners Peter Dietrich and Derek Nackers.
Divino Wine and Dine, the Italian restaurant and pizzeria at 2315 N. Murray Ave., has been sold and the restaurant will close at the end of service on Jan. 31, according to owners Dean Cannestra and Tina Conley.
After two years in business, Wild Planet Hospitality Group owners Drew Deuster and JJ Kovacovich have decided to close DiModa Pizza & Hotspot, 1758 N. Water St.
The Clock Tower Building, 2266 N. Prospect Ave., at the corner of Prospect and North Avenues is most assuredly an East Side landmark, visible from all directions and across generations who have gazed up at its three faces to synchronize watches or make sure a meeting wasn't missed.