On Monday, the City of Milwaukee's Historic Preservation Commission considered a resolution to create the Jefferson Street Historic District on the west side of Jefferson Street between Mason and Wells Streets in East Town.
Established in 1870, George Watts & Son Inc. and The Watts Tea Shop, announced today that it will close its Downtown Milwaukee brick and mortar locations on Dec. 31.
It's fitting to see Watts Tea Room, 761 N. Jefferson St, on Saide Stein's Food Matters list of "10 of the World's Greatest Old Dining Institutions" inside t magazine from The New York Times.
Want to see the spook-tacular side of Milwaukee? Gothic Milwaukee offers two different walking ghost tours, both led by lifelong Milwaukeean Anna Lardinois.
Zita Bridal Salon, an upscale boutique specializing in wedding gowns and special occasion dresses, will soon occupy 3,900 square feet of first-floor space at George Watts & Son.
Milwaukee Downtown's first "Grown Up Easter Egg Hunt" is Wednesday, March 31 at Cathedral Square Park. The hunt begins at 12:15 p.m.
With it's second-floor location above the family's historic crystal shop at 760 N. Jefferson St., Watts Tea Shop serves simple dishes in a serene and classy setting that provides a respite from Downtown's daily hustle and bustle. An array of delicious sandwiches, homemade soups and salads will leave diners feeling full, but not stuffed.