These times are uncertain. But folks are still making big plans for the future.Take for instance the team at Lost Whale in Bay View...
When you're with the right person, anywhere can be perfect for date night - but according to the OnMilwaukee voters, few places set the mood better than The Outsider at the Kimpton Journeyman hotel.
At their worst, whisky highballs are wan, punchless, boring or (the worst) watery mess. But at Lost Whale, they've got a secret weapon that helps them serve up a complex, refreshing whisky soda every time.
What's your favorite space to cozy up for a drink? Voters in our bar month poll have chosen their clear favorite... for the seventh year in a row.
On this week's podcast, we're chatting with Daniel Beres and Tripper Duval of Lost Whale in Bay View, a spot which exemplifies the creative, yet casual vibe that characterizes the modern cocktail scene.
With its menu-free approach, dimly lit and warmly jazzy vibe, and - of course - its old-school cocktails, ice cream drinks and tasty tipples, Bryant's may be a total throwback, but the South Side lounge is a classic no matter the year.
There's plenty to love about Lost Whale from its commitment to sustainability to its great happy hour and over-the-top events (like their upcoming Repeal Day party and Nightmare Before Christmas holiday take-over).
It's Lost Whale's first anniversary. And the bar is celebrating with a magical fairy tale-filled bash. And cocktails, of course.
Get your first taste of the new line of Heirloom brand liqueurs - a new product line created by the makers of Bittercube Bitters - at their launch party on Friday.
Milwaukee bars offer plenty of options for those looking to drink without the buzz. Among the best of mocktails, Boone & Crockett and Camp Bar topped the list.
Tap cocktails are an offering born of the modern craft movement which has slowly-but-surely shed its 15-ingredient specialty cocktails and mustache-twirling pretense in favor of friendly service and high quality cocktails made faster and more efficiently.
Last year, the title of Milwaukee best new bar went to a brewery instead of a bar - one that's only open for a single weekend each month. And now, for 2019, the best new bar is a craft brewery that's existed for more than two decades. Best new bar category, you crazy.
Don't let Dry January be an excuse for winter hibernation because there are plenty of local bars and restaurants that are waiting for you to check out their refreshing mocktails - and one of those Milwaukee destinations is Lost Whale.
On Dec. 5, the nation will celebrate the 85th anniversary of Repeal Day, the day on which America got its booze back. You should, of course, celebrate this momentous day. And you could do so by attending one of the largest Repeal Day celebrations in the city.
As we narrow in on the end of what always feels like Milwaukee's shortest season, it seems like a good time to think about ways to take advantage of everything the beautiful summertide has to offer. One of those things is definitely spending quality time on one of the area's many patios.