Slowly but surely, Wauwatosa is becoming a popular destination for thirsty Milwaukeeans in search of good drink and good times.
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Looking for a certifiably Irish place to celebrate that most Irish of holidays, St. Patrick's Day? According to OnMilwaukee readers, County Clare is the place, storming ahead of the competition for yet another easy win in the best Irish pub category.
County Clare wins it again, but a new Irish bar and grill nabbed a close second place.
When it comes to Irish pubs in Brew City, OnMilwaukee readers really love County Clare. The Lower East Side hotel, bar and restaurant nabbed the title of best Irish bar for the umpteenth year in a row.
The old Caswell (and Posner) Building on the northwest corner of Plankinton and Wisconsin is being converted into apartments. We got a peek at the progress.
As soon as Dec. 1, the space just north of Mo's Irish Pub at 725 N. Plankinton Ave., will be a great place to enjoy a local brew.
Milwaukee restaurateur John Vassallo - aka "Johnny V" - will co-open Pomodoro Pizzeria and Pub at 717 N. Planktinton Ave. in the former Mo's Cocina space.
The Friday fish fry has become a popular tradition in Wisconsin, especially during the weeks leading up to Easter. Dining out with children, however, requires a little forethought. With child sized portions taken into account, families can dine out without breaking the bank. These family-approved fish fries will satisfy your cravings without the fuss.
The Milwaukee Bucks launched a "bar network" at the start of the season in an effort get bars in Milwaukee, and in the surrounding suburbs, to turn on their games and create a team atmosphere outside of the BMO Harris Bradley Center. It's worked, for the most part, to connect the team to a new fan base.
When it comes to Irish pubs in Brew City, you really love County Clare. The Lower East Side hotel bar and restaurant has nabbed the title of best Irish bar, as voted by OnMilwaukee.com, for nigh upon a decade now.
The Milwaukee Ale House won the category of best live music in a bar with The Jazz Estate nabbing a close second.
For the first time ever, OnMilwaukee.com writers Molly Snyder and "College Dave" Mikolajek teamed up and interviewed a bartender together. Heather Lynch, a former Hooter's employee who currently works at Mo's Irish Pub in Wauwatosa, was a great sport.
OnMilwaukee.com caught up with the third generation Major Leaguer as his Los Angeles Dodgers were in town to play the Milwaukee Brewers. Hairston, Jr. has been coming to Milwaukee for years as an opponent, but last season he spent 45 games with the Brewers as a late-season acquisition. The veteran didn't disappoint, hitting .274 with 18 extra-base hits during the season and then a robust .361 in the playoffs. Here what he has to say about the 2011 playoff push, Brewers fans and where he absolutely must go for a steak in Milwaukee.
The western suburbs encompasses a lot of municipalities and neighborhoods, so we know this was a difficult category. But, OnMilwaukee.com readers made no bones about their favorite watering hole west of the city limits.
What if, instead of being a cute little fairy tale girl with no respect for property, Goldilocks had some sense and happened to be just a little bit of a lush? Well, that'd be me. I've decided to explore every bar, pub, lounge and dive Milwaukee has to offer - in sets of three, just to be cute. Today it's just two, but I double up the Mo's Irish Pubs in Downtown and Wauwatosa. Come along.