After three months of preparation, the team at Odd Duck has announced that it will host its first event in the space: a Spring Foragers and Farmers dinner showcasing some of the season's freshest and best ingredients.
Some of life's best memories are created while sharing meals with family and friends. And that idea forms the basis for the new Cyril&Alice brunch pop-up, which will take place on Monday, Jan. 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Amilinda, 315 E. Wisconsin Ave.
It looks like it's farewell to Hello Falafel, at least for the time being, as Ross Bachhuber and Melissa Buchholz, owners of both Odd Duck and the Bay View falafel eatery, prepare to convert the restaurant into a private event space.
Of all the Middle Eastern joints in all the towns in all the world, Milwaukee continues to walk into - and vote best in the city - Casablanca. The Brady Street staple won for the sixth year in a row.
When it comes to best vegetarian, one restaurant has been your pick for nine years running.
Milwaukee will be featured Wednesday on an episode of the Cooking Channel's "Cheap Eats," a show focused on the adventures of host Ali Khan as he eats his way through a city spending just $35.
Hello Falafel, the Middle Eastern inspired fast casual restaurant at 2301 S. Howell Ave. will launch brunch service beginning at 10 a.m. on Sunday Feb. 26. Brunch will include a variety of new dishes, as well as mimosas made with freshly squeezed juices.
Of all the Middle Eastern joints in all the towns in all the world, Milwaukee continues to walk into - and vote best in the city - this one, which won for the fifth year in a row.
It's official. After a solid soft opening on Tuesday, May 17 during which the new shop sold over 100 falafel sandwiches in just over three hours, Hello Falafel is officially open to the public.
We were also fortunate to get a sneek peek at the Hello Falafel space, along with some of the drool-worthy edibles it will serve. And from what we can tell, this is a new joint you won't want to wait to visit.
The space on the corner of Lincoln and Howell will soon be home to Middle Eastern delights. Hello Falafel, the new restaurant by Odd Duck owners Ross Bachhuber and Melissa Buchholz.
Bay View will soon have a brand new fast casual restaurant, focused on the cuisine of the Middle East. The restaurant will be owned and operated by Ross Bachhuber and Melissa Buchholz, owners of Odd Duck.