Milwaukee may be a city with strong German roots, but when it comes to pubs, we're as Irish as Brian Boru. Here's a guide to spots where you can kick back, relax, raise a pint and toast slainte.
Mocha, 124 W. Wisconsin Ave., has closed and will be replaced by a Subway.
When Ward's House of Prime opened in the former Yanni's space at 540 E. Mason St. last November, owner Brian Ward -- a local restaurant veteran -- was banking on the skills of his executive chef, Bill Baumann. We talk to Baumann to learn more about his past, his passions and his current work at Ward's.
Ward's House of Prime will open on Monday, Nov. 16, at the corner of Mason and Jackson Streets Downtown. We first told you about this last month, but here are the details.
Is another steakhouse coming to the former Yanni's Steaks, Chops and Seafood, 540 E. Mason St.?
"Where can I book a group gathering in Milwaukee?" We get that question a lot here at OnMilwaukee.com, and we started to compile some answers.
Mo's Irish Pub has expanded beyond Wisconsin borders into Indiana.
Some Milwaukee aldermen want to crack down on teen curfew violations and want to force business owners to get in the game, too.
It has been a busy, newsy month for Monsoon Wok & Lounge, which underwent an ownership transfer and won a prize in OnMilwaukee.com's readers' poll.
The votes are in, and once again OnMilwaukee.com readers say that the best steak in town can be purchased at 2416 W. State Street.
Mo's today announced the sale of its Monsoon Wok & Lounge restaurant brand.
The Mo's Restaurant Group has now decided to add a half-garlic, half-Gaelic spin to their Irish pub by commingling Italian and Irish menu items and moving former Mocean's head chef Andy Stiyer to the helm.
Brewers pitcher / Downtown resident Chris Capuano lost one of his favorite restaurants when Sol Fire closed. But, the left-hander didn't have trouble listing his top 5 dining spots in the city.
The new Monsoon Wok & Lounge, 17800 W. Bluemound Rd., opens its doors for lunch today at 11 a.m. The restaurant is similar to the Downtown location, with Asian-fusion cuisine, a cocktail lounge and patio.
St. Patrick's Day is fast approaching, bringing an avalanche of events, but if you're not in the mood for green Miller Lite, blinking shamrock necklaces, and less than traditional renditions of a corned beef sandwich, Milwaukee has more than enough Eire-blooded activities going on to keep you in the green.