Here are six local restaurants that we would hate to lose, so let's show 'em some love.
The Wall Street Journal exposed the splendor and joy that is Maria's Pizza, 5025 W. Forest Home Ave., to the rest of the world this week.
Adore that old school restaurant? That quirky bar? "Get your ass in here" is a new series highlighting original and extraordinary local businesses that are thriving, but to ensure continued success, need our asses there on a regular basis.
Here are three stories that were a joy to write and three that were...not a joy.
Someone stole a painting from Maria's Pizza, 5025 W. Forest Home Ave., and the family desperately wants it back. OnMilwaukee is offering a reward for its return.
Even though Milwaukee does not officially have a "keep it weird" campaign like other cities, there's still enough weirdness to keep life interesting.
Maria's Pizza has been a Milwaukee staple since 1957, but this was my first visit here. The homey pizzeria is family owned and operated, and I was excited to put their legendary pizza to the test.
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It seems that, more than anything, life changes have a way of affecting where we eat.
When John Mazo opened the south side diner in 1934, he charged a nickel for his soon-to-be-famous burgers. Today, the sliders are still affordable, and although they aren't quite as large as Kopp's or quite as buttery as Solly's, they are every bit as satisfying.