Brunch is back up and running at the new Milwaukee Street location. And it's hosting a grand opening celebration this weekend.
Brunch restaurant shares plans to relocate to upgraded Milwaukee Street location after spring flooding.
Third Coast Provisions presents as a classy space with a contemporarily elegant atmosphere perfect for a casual dinner or date night. And the menu? Well, it's chock-full of rich, well executed seafood dishes, fit for either individual enjoyment or sharing.
According to a sign on the door, Catch 22, 770 N. Milwaukee St., is closed.
Milwaukee Street in the Third Ward is being transformed into a boulevard to make it more consistent with the rest of the neighborhood and help with traffic calming.
Like you, I can't be everywhere at once. And like a lot of folks, I'm a creature of habit. These are the kinds of things I tell myself to justify the fact that after 30 years in Milwaukee, I only visited My Office, 763 N. Milwaukee St., for the first time today.
Dick's Pizza & Pleasure, the newest addition to Milwaukee Street, opens this week at 730 N. Milwaukee St. The three-level restaurant and bar is is hitting the ground running with a grand opening party this Saturday, May 7, from 5 p.m. to close featuring music from DJ Rick Rude.
Fairy tales aren't really my thing. Until I met a woman by the name of Sandy Ploy.
Boutique Larrieux's Next Beauty Contest is searching for Milwaukee's own plus size beauty to establish a new platform for the full figured fashionista.
Boutique Larrieux, 717 N. Milwaukee St., is poised to open mid-March 2010 with both high-end and affordable options for plus-size women.
Like many cities, Milwaukee is experiencing dining trends -- local, sustainable foods, specialization and dining districts -- that have changed both the way we eat and the way we think about eating.
When restaurateur Omar Shaikh re-fashioned Eve, 718 N. Milwaukee St., into Umami Moto last July -- along with co-owners Michael Polaski and Tom Wachman -- he brought in 30-year-old Dominic Zumpano to helm the kitchen. We recently asked Zumpano about his background and a few of his favorite things.
OnMilwaukee.com readers picked relative newcomer Umami Moto as their favorite other Asian restaurant (Not strictly Chinese, Japanese or Thai.) Umami Moto has two locations: Downtown at 718 N. Milwaukee St., and in Brookfield at 17800 W. Bluemound Rd.
Local restaurant and nightlife entrepreneur, Thomas Wackman and his Wackman Group have secured one of the final pieces of the Milwaukee Street entertainment puzzle, the former Heinemann's space.
Eve becomes Umami Moto Milwaukee this week. It officially opens Friday.