Missing those Milwaukee summer joys of grabbing a beer and sausage at a baseball game or festival? If you want a taste of those happier days - plus a whole lot more to chew on - take a bite out of Hulu's new show "Taste the Nation."
Valent's, which opened at 3853 N. Richards St., in 1946, has been sold, according to Ed Valent. The future use of the space is unclear, he says.
Kegel's Inn, 5901 W. National Ave., will reopen its doors on Wednesday, Feb. 26 after a 10-day closure to accommodate extensive kitchen renovations. But the new kitchen means far more to the 96-year-old restaurant than bringing increased efficiency to its beloved Friday night fish fry.
Kegel's Inn, the historic German restaurant and bar located at 5901 W. National Ave., will be closing its doors for 10 days to accommodate an extensive kitchen remodeling project.
Milwaukee is a weird and wonderful place. And you can experience a modicum of both at the upcoming Mullers dinner at Kegel's Inn on Feb.1
Despite the mild start to January, it's plenty chilly to lace up some skates and hit the ice. And, thanks to Kegel's Inn, 5901 W. National Ave., you can do it right in the street in West Allis.
In this week's podcast (part two of a two-part episode), we chat with Julian Kegel, the fourth generation owner of Kegel's Inn in West Allis about his decision to take over his family's 95-year-old business. During our conversation, Kegel talks about the history of the restaurant, sharing memories and stories passed through the generations.
The choice to take on a family business is tough. And when that business has persisted for nearly 100 years, it's even more challenging. In today's podcast (part one of a two-part episode), we chat with Julian Kegel, the 4th generation owner of Kegel's Inn in West Allis about the years leading up to his decision to take over the family business.
Oktoberfest season has begun. And it kicks off this weekend with the seventh annual First Oktoberfest, a fundraising event for the West Milwaukee Lions Club hosted by Kegel's Inn.
Get ready to eat your way through West Allis! It's time for the second annual Dine & Dash, an event during which you and your friends are challenged to consume 15 different challenge dishes from participating restaurants.
What makes a classic fish fry? Well, that depends who you ask. For us, it's about a great old-school atmosphere, delicious fish and friends to share it with. Here are five to try on this Good Friday eve.
Despite this summer's closing of the iconic Gasthaus restaurant, which operated for more than three decades in Waukesha, Milwaukee still boasts a selection of impressive German restaurants, some of which are world-renowned.
We hadn't dropped by Kegel's Inn for a few years, so we decided to stop in for the famous fish fry. Once again, we were not disappointed with the fare or the space, which has housed a German bar and restaurant since 1924.
For the umpteenth time in a row, OnMilwaukee readers picked the Lakefront Brewery's fish fry as their all-time favorite. Perhaps it's a combination of the food, the beer and the live polka music?
A West Allis business owner hopes to bring consumer awareness to the variety of food and dining options the area has to offer.