With Mardi Gras right around the corner, we reached out to a variety of former New Orleans residents who now live in Milwaukee to tap their brains for recommendations for things to eat during the Carnival season.
This year - in a shift of tradition - Maxie's will be extending the run of its special Mardi Gras menu, offering guests five days to experience every last bite of New Orleans deliciousness.
When you're in the market for quality grub during the happiest hours of the day, these are eight bars and restaurants to be.
Who came out on top when it comes to Milwaukee's best Cajun, Creole and French restaurant? The result is something of a surprise.
If you are a lover of wine - maybe even a fan wines from California's Russian River Valley - consider this an invitation to indulge.
It's the final category of OnMilwaukee's dining month. Who came out on top when it comes to Milwaukee's best Cajun, Creole and French restaurant?
For some, they're a delicious indulgence. For others, they're a food nightmare come true. Where do you stand when it comes to consuming raw oysters?
When it comes to dishing out the city's best Southern comfort food, our readers have a clear favorite.
In this week's podcast, we chat with Black Shoe Hospitality's Joe Muench about the ins and outs of oysters. Then we take the podcast on the road to Harbor House and get a lesson in oyster eating from Corporate Executive Chef Adam Siegel.
After a seven-year run in the top position for one restaurant in this category, OnMilwaukee readers have picked a new favorite place for seafood.
Wondering what to do for the Kentucky Derby on Saturday? Why not go somewhere you can have a great time and give back to the community, wear fancy hats and help the hungry? For the 11th straight year, Maxie's will host a Derby Day party to benefit Hunger Task Force, May 5 from 1-5 p.m.
Want to pull out all the stops this holiday? Throughout the month of December we'll share some of Milwaukee's most talented chefs' takes on holiday-worthy fare.
After taking the crown yet again in best Southern/soul food just a few days ago, this Southern comfort king in Cream City also nabbed the title of best French/Cajun/Creole.
When it comes to dishing out the city's best Southern comfort food, why not pick the place that once had it in its name?
For us 40-something Northeasterners, Milwaukee knowledge is largely based on exposure to "Wayne's World" and "Laverne & Shirley," picturing a Stan Mikita's donut shop next to a sausage factory and brewery on every block. But after my recent trip to Milwaukee, I now know better.