As Snack Boys prepares to open its new East Side location in the former Hotel Foster / Globe East, 2028 E. North Ave., next week, we got another peek at the colorful murals painted inside over the winter by local installation artist Kristina Rolander.
Tune in on Friday for an off-shoot of the Quarantine Kitchen series featuring local chefs cooking up simple dishes in their home or restaurant kitchens. These episodes will air on Fridays at 1:00 p.m. Here's what we're cooking up this week.
The owners of Snack Boys will show off their more serious side with a new venture inside the new 17-room Dubbel Dutch boutique hotel on Milwaukee's lower East Side.
Yes, Milwaukee. The rumors are true. Snack Boys is moving. John Revord and Mitch Ciohon are dishing up all the snackable details.
Little more than two years ago, it was easy to be blissfully unaware of CBD. But not anymore. We talk with Chef Mitch Ciohon of Snack Boys and Colin Plant, cannabidiol expert and owner of Canni in Walker's Point about the phenomenon.
Burger Moto serves up happy hour and late-night burgers year-round on the well-appointed four-seasons patio at Rogues Gallery. It's a particular treat during the summer months when you can grab something refreshing from the bar and enjoy a bit of sunshine while chowing down on one of the best burgers in the city.
In January, we brought you the news that Boone & Crockett, Taco Moto and both the Pedal and Paddle Taverns would be moving into the former Hot Water Wherehouse. And the time has come for that transition to begin.
It's official. Both Gypsy Taco and Gypsy Burger have new monikers. Owner Chef Ciohon announced the new names on social media this weekend. Here, he chats with us about the thinking behind the new names.
If you've been waiting to try any one of Gypsy Burger's offerings at Rogues Gallery, 134 E. Juneau Ave., now would be a good time to do it.
Boone & Crockett, the popular craft cocktail bar located at 2151 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., is making a big move in 2018. And the new location will give the bar plenty of space to host live music, a larger patio for Gypsy Taco and a little bit of river frontage to boot.
Snack Boys officially opens to the public today at 4:30 p.m. And - if you believe in having fun and eating delicious things - you might want to put a visit on your list of must-do's.
It looks like Snack Boys, the new restaurant at 814 S. 2nd St., is just about two weeks away from opening. If you believe what you read on the internet, that is.
There are time when leaving your expectations at the door is entirely the right protocol. Such will be the case at the forthcoming Snack Boys, a restaurant expected to open in the former All Purpose space at 814 S. 2nd St. sometime in mid-to-late December.
There are new operators coming to the AP Bar & Kitchen space. In the meantime, get in a last hurrah at the popular restaurant, which will close Oct. 14.
If you love the flavors of Gypsy Taco at Boone & Crockett in Bay View, you're going to want to check out Chef Mitch Ciohon's latest venture: Gypsy Burger. And you could get your first taste today (Labor Day) from 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. on the patio at Rogues Gallery.