The City of Wauwatosa has announced the names of the six artists tapped to create murals this summer near the intersection of 68th Street and North Avenue in East Tosa, in collaboration with Wallpapered City.
Just over a year after Red Dot, 6715 W. North Ave. in East Tosa, closed after a small fire, the owners have announced that their amended plan to replace the bar and restaurant and an adjacent laundromat will move forward.
Wallpapered City's Stacey Williams-Ng, who helped make the East Side mural walk a reality, is working with the Wauwatosa Tourism Commission on a series of murals on exterior walls in the East Tosa neighborhood.
The building just to the west of Camp Bar Tosa will soon become an extension of the popular bar and gathering place. Plans for the expansion were approved by a unanimous vote at Monday evening's Wauwatosa Plan Commission meeting.
The wait is over -- almost -- for Wauwatiki, the new Polynesian themed tiki bar and restaurant in East Tosa. Despite construction delays which postponed the project, the bar is set to open next week.
How long have we been waiting for Wauwatiki - the tiki-themed bar and restaurant - to open in Wauwatosa? Too long. But, it's finally happening. And probably before St. Patrick's Day.
After being delayed by numerous factors, plans for Wauwatiki, the Polynesian themed bar and restaurant planned for East Tosa is officially moving forward.
Fish Cheeks and Thai-Namite may be the last restaurants to move into Tosa, unless the state approves more liquor licenses.
The mystery tenant in the building adjacent to East Tosa's Camp Bar has been revealed.
Another food and drink destination is coming to "the Avenue."
Plans come full circle for Afro-Fusion's Yollande Deacon, as she prepares to take the next step with her Afro-Fusion Cuisine business.
East Wauwatosa continues to be a hot spot for new local businesses, and the newest addition to the corridor on West North Avenue is just proof of the pudding.
Businesses like Camp Bar don't move to Wauwatosa by accident. Here's the inside on how Camp came to Tosa what to expect from the new location.
While Whitefish Bay is blossoming with an array of new businesses and restaurants, the eastern portion of Wauwatosa is becoming a similar hotbed of development and change.