East Siders pitched the idea of using the city parking lot between Von Trier and Beans & Barley as a place for additional outdoor dining space for area restaurants and now the idea is moving toward reality.
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.
There's nothing like al fresco dining on a patio during our great Milwaukee summer. And as we approach sunnier more clement days, patios might just provide an innovative solution to safer dining as restaurant owners across the city consider their options for re-opening.
For decades, the East Side has been home to some of Milwaukee's best restaurants, bars and shops and one of the social and cultural hubs of the city. The East Side offers an array of delectable and eclectic eats for everyone from humble college students to well-off professionals.
World-renowned Spanish artist Koctel is currently in Milwaukee and painting a mural on the Crossroads Collective building.
Just over a year after Red Dot, 6715 W. North Ave. in East Tosa, closed after a small fire, the owners have announced that their amended plan to replace the bar and restaurant and an adjacent laundromat will move forward.
It's almost time for the 12th annual Tomato Romp, which takes place on Saturday, Sept. 8. And you won't want to miss this East Side festival celebrating food, drink and the gratifyingly splatterific pleasure of throwing overripe tomatoes.
Anyone who has passed the distinctive retail building on the northeast corner of 56th and North will recognize its quirky-looking tower with the green oxidized copper point and the hexagonal, one-handed clock with letters instead of numbers. Those letters spell out the name Schwantes and the letters B and G. But what does it mean?
The East Side Business Improvement District on Thursday announced the lineup and details for the 18th annual Summer Soulstice Music Festival, scheduled for Saturday, June 23, from noon to midnight. And you don't want to miss this fest.
This weekend, Black Cat Alley - a gallery of murals literally in an alley on Milwaukee's East Side - will kick off the installment of two new murals.
Researching the four-building complex on the northwest corner of Farwell and North - which most of us know as the former homes to G-Daddy's BBC and The Globe/The Hotel Foster - is like untangling a complicated web. New owner Josh Jeffers says renovating it will be much the same.
Milwaukee developer Joshua Jeffers purchased the former G-Daddy's BBC and Hotel Foster buildings at 2012-2028 E. North Ave., he confirmed to OnMilwaukee on Thursday, and intends to start redeveloping them this spring with hopes of catalyzing the ever-changing neighborhood.
The former Open Pantry store at 1515 E. North Ave., near Cambridge, is currently being renovated and will house the first Wisconsin location of D.P. Dough calzones.
Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II will host a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 8 at for the new Legacy Lofts project, 1500 W. North Ave. The former Blommer Ice Cream factory - and an adjacent lot - will be transformed into 64 units of mixed-income housing and retail.
Considering all the recent changes in the neighborhood, it's not surprising The Eastsider, 1732 E. North Ave., might morph, too.