After closing to the public nearly three months ago, the Milwaukee Public Market has announced that it will reopen with a variety of safety measures in place.
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After closing the market in mid-March, Milwaukee Public Market has announced the roll-out of an extensive curbside pick-up and delivery operation for numerous vendors.
After shutting down their operations beginning March 18, St. Paul Fish Co. has announced their comeback.
Guests at the Foltz Family Market can choose from a selection of half-pound pub style burgers which are ground fresh daily from a blend of 85% lean meat gleaned from trimmings of steaks and prime chuck roasts sold in the shop.
These days, dining options are as plentiful as fashion boutiques and galleries in the Historic Third Ward.
Andrew Zimmern's been busy since arriving in Milwaukee yesterday. In fact, if social media is any indication, he's been loading up on a variety of fun things in the Cream City.
In mid-June we announced that a brand new Beer Patio was coming to the southern side of the Milwaukee Public Market, thanks to a collaboration between the Public Market and Shorewood's Draft & Vessel. You can enjoy it starting on Friday!
The Milwaukee Public Market announced today that it will partner with Shorewood's Draft & Vessel to create a summer "beer patio" on the south-facing sidewalk adjacent to the market.
Treat yo'self (or those around you) to beautiful blooms next week, just in time for Valentine's Day.
Your options to treat both yourself and your client in the Milwaukee Public Market are endless - but it can also be overwhelming to pick something both delicious and good for you when choosing to eat out. Here are my top five picks.
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.
Last month Vogue Magazine declared The Cream City "the Midwest's coolest (and most underrated) city." And now "Goop," Gwyneth Paltrow's $250 million lifestyle brand is following suit.
Sometimes, the `90s in Milwaukee feel like a distant memory; other times I can't believe they're so long gone. But then I looked at some of the photos I took while building the shell of what would eventually become OnMilwaukee, and these scenes seem ancient, indeed.
Last week, a simple black and white vintage sign exclaiming "Boston Store The Heart of Milwaukee" found a new permanent home at Milwaukee Public Market.
This morning, the Third Ward staple announced that, starting Saturday, June 23, it will extended its weekend hours for the summer all the way through Labor Day (Sept. 2).