Next month, Rio West Cantina, 2730 N. Humboldt Blvd., will become the Milwauke Beer Bistro.
Lakefront palm garden
As in previous years, OnMilwaukee.com readers picked this popular place as the city's best spot for a fish fry.
Milwaukee loves its fish fry. But which Friday night fry do OnMilwaukee.com readers love the most?
As of Jan. 1, Milwaukee restaurateur Russ Davis has taken over the lease at Hubbard Park Lodge, the 80-year-old venue sitting atop a hill along the banks of the Milwaukee River in Shorewood's Hubbard Park.
For the third straight year, OnMilwaukee.com readers chose Lakefront Palm Garden as the best place in the city to fill their tank with tartar sauce. Lakefront gathered more than 21 percent of the votes in this popular category, which attracted many write-in votes for establishments in every corner of the city. Lakefront's popularity is based on the atmosphere as well as the beer batter. Diners are seated "family style" at large tables, and entertained by the Brewhaus Polka Kings, who gig in lederhosen and strapped with accordions from 6 to 9 p.m.
Located Downtown, Bucca di Beppo does everything family style. From the large portions meant for sharing to table seating for 12, Bucca's is intended to be enjoyed by a family of people.
Rio West Cantina quietly opened last weekend in the space formerly housing Mondo Brothers Café, 2730 N. Humboldt Blvd.
Milwaukee Ale House has knocked out its competition as Milwaukee's favorite brew pub. And it's easy to see why.
By a large margin, OnMilwaukee.com readers chose Lakefront Palm Garden as the best place in the city to chow a fried fish dinner.