The Lowlands Group today announced today that they will be reopening all of their restaurants for carry-out, curbside pick-up and delivery beginning this week.
Oggie's is the name of the new venue, which promises a menu of accessible modern European fare served up with a hefty dose of Midwestern charm. And it will do so with a veteran Milwaukee chef at the helm: Thomas Hauck, former owner of c.1880 and more recent culinary director for the Lowlands Restaurant Group.
Do you love beer? How about Star Wars? Whether the answer is "yes" to one or both, The Lowlands Group is inviting you to embark on an epic journey unlike any other.
Before it closes, Lowlands Group is inviting customers to come and bid farewell to Cafe Bavaria, and celebrate its eight years of serving German food, bier and gem√ľtlichkeit in the Tosa Village.
Cafe Benelux will once-again be taking winter patio enjoyment to a new level during the holiday season. Following a hugely successful debut last season, the Lowlands Group has announced that the Lux Domes will return to the roof of Caf√© Benelux.
The Lowlands Group announced today that it plans to keep Caf√© Bavaria open through the holiday season.
If you're looking for a beer-filled way to enjoy your weekend, it's time to put Kwaktoberfest on your calendar. Lowlands' annual Belgian beer festival, named for Bosteel's Brewery's well-known "Kwak" beer, will take place on Saturday, Sept. 28 on the rooftop at Cafe Benelux.
The Lowlands Beer Collaborative has announced a new seasonal beer series entitled "Now Playing," which will showcase an ongoing, rotating collaboration with Good City Brewing, plus a tie-in with Milwaukee Film.
Lowlands Group announced today that they will be reconcepting Cafe Bavaria, their Geramanic-themed cafe in the Wauwatosa Village, transforming it into a new, Northwoods-inspired restaurant called The Buckatabon.
Summer has been slow to arrive, but we're seeing peeks of sunlight amid the clouds. And on those clement days, there's a new beer garden to check out in the Village of Wauwatosa.
If news that Nomad World Pub owner Mike Eitel had sold the building the bar's occupied since 1995 gave you a little scare, don't worry. Eitel says he's not going anywhere. In fact, next year will mark the popular Brady Street corner tap's 25th anniversary at 1401 E. Brady St.
From 6,000 B.C. when women brewed "magical" elixirs at the behest of Ninkasi, goddess of brewing to the modern day, women have played an integral role in the the production of beer, both nationally and abroad. Why did things change? And how are women getting back into the industry?
In early December, we reported that Cafe Centraal, 2306 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., would be closing for an extensive makeover. Today, the Lowlands Group revealed additional details about its plans for the 10-year-old venue.
Big things are on the horizon for Caf√© Centraal in Bay View. The Lowlands Group announced today that it will close the cafe temporarily to accommodate renovations to the restaurant and kitchen.
Cafe Benelux is routinely voted as having one of best patios in the city, and the Third Ward locale is hoping to make it even better - or at least certainly a bit more unique - with the addition of large heated domes this winter.