The amenities are only part of the story for the forthcoming North Avenue Market. In fact, itï¿½TMs the vision and passion of founder, William ï¿½oeChrisâ€ Harris-Wimsatt, which makes the venue such a compelling addition to the surrounding East Tosa, Uptown Crossing and Washington Heights neighborhoods (and beyond).
According to plans filed with the City of Milwaukee, a vacant bank building in the Washington Heights neighborhood could become a food hall called North Avenue Market.
Lao food is slowly but surely gaining recognition thanks to restaurants like Mekong Cafe and Vientiane Noodle Shop, along with young Lao entrepreneurs like Alex Hanesakda of SapSap and chefs like Darleen Vanmanivong who have dedicated their time and energy to bringing the bright, bold flavors of Laos to the fore.
Crossroads Collective, Milwaukee's only food hall on the East Side, beat the odds and looks forward to its second year with original vendors, new vendors and a fresh approach to crushing customer cravings.
Work on the 3rd Street Market Hall is currently in progress. The forthcoming food hall is expected to house as many as 20 tenants, including a fine (of high quality) and dandy (excellent) new concept which will serve up juicy, crisp fried chicken and accompanying sides.
There's just a few more days to get your street tacos from Crossroads Collective.
As many as 20 tenants are expected to occupy the forthcoming 3rd Street Market Hall, the food hall planned for The Avenue. Among them will be Milk Can, a burger and custard concept; and Milk Bottle Bakery, a complementary venue which will feature breads, croissants, sandwiches and a selection of deliciously fun desserts.
Sherman Phoenix contains a variety of entrepreneurial businesses, from retail, wellness and art spaces to a barber shop and apothecary. It's also the home of a new food hall where community members can gather for fellowship and nourishment.
After a series of previews late last week and into the weekend, Crossroads Collective, the East Side's new food hall, opens today just next door to the Oriental Theatre.
Plans were unveiled this morning for the development and transformation of the former Shops of Grand Avenue -- now renamed The Avenue -- into an impressive array of reimagined spaces from a new innovative food hall to dynamic new and refurbished offices, unique apartments and engaging new retail concepts.
There's been a good deal of anticipation associated with Crossroads Collective, the new East Side food hall. And curious diners will be delighted to know that the venue will host its grand opening on Monday, Dec. 17.
The Sherman Phoenix, 3536 W. Fond du Lac Ave., celebrated a grand opening this evening with an open house, vendor samples, a crackling fire and lots of nods and smiles.
A food hall featuring six different local concepts will open this fall in the building on the corner of Farwell and North Avenues.
Back in 2013, Bon Appetit Magazine declared that "Food halls are the new food trucks." It seems they were correct. As Americans have grown increasingly more obsessed with all things culinary, food hall fever has swept the country like wildfire. And soon, Milwaukee will have one, too.