Construction is due to begin any day now on a new taco restaurant due to open on West North Avenue in Uptown Crossing in 2020. And we've got a look at the plans.
It's not easy to create a perfect plate of nachos - the chips can easily become soggy or overloaded with too many ingredients. Hence, a great plate of nachos is arguably an art form. Here are five great plates in Milwaukee.
Milwaukee is rich with Mexican culture and therefore a fantastic place to celebrate Dia de Muertos. Here are five local events to get in on the fun.
Today you have a reason - nay, an obligation! - to make the good, prudent and fulfilling decision to eat a burrito. That's because the first Thursday in April is designated as National Burrito Day. Here are 10 great local places to get your fix.
Today is National Margarita Day, thus a fitting occasion to make a bold statement that might make some feel a wee salty.
The tacos in Milwaukee are apparently an emotional bunch. First we had The Laughing Taco in Walker's Point, and now we have The Angry Taco. But don't let the name fool you; you'll feel anything but angry snacking on these tacos and Mexican meals.
Located in Riverwest and Bay View (now open again!), this restaurant earned the number one spot in the hearts of voters for best Mexican food.
I'd heard so much hype about Cielito Lindo in Walker's Point, but I wasn't told was how fast the service was and the great quality the food was, for the quickness of the preparation.
Are you the kind of person who prefers their tacos with a satisfying, corny outer crunch (even if the taco may break apart)? Or do you like a nice, soft bite of flour tortilla?
Riverwesters might have to survive for about a month without their neighborhood Cafe Corazon fix.
It's been a long haul for the restaurant, but the wait is nearly over for Jose's Blue Sombrero, which will open at 7615 W. State St. at 11 a.m. on Monday, July 9.
Here's some dining news to make your heart flutter: Cafe Corazon announced today that it will open a new location at the upcoming Mequon Public Market at Spur 16.
Beginning today, La Fuente's Milwaukee location at 625 S. 5th St., will be closed for regular business. Instead, owner Jose Zarate will be using the building, which he purchased in 1983, as a special event space.
The Diablo burrito at Margarita Paradise certainly has the name of a taste bud burner, but can the dish live up to its devilish reputation? Burning Through Brew City faces this demon and sees which circle of purgatory it lands on.
The best Mexican/Latin America category is always a hotly contested one during of Best of Dining poll, and this year's results were no different, with the top two contestants finishing within 20 votes of one another. But whose taco tops the list?