Once again, 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.
Walker's Point is a highly diverse neighborhood offering equally as diverse cuisine. It may take some time to get through all of those options.
What's up with the tradition of serving a tiny glass or bottle of beer with boozy tomato juice and why does it (mostly) only happen in Wisconsin?
O'Lydia's has been in the shuttle game for a long time and now, they are upping their services with busses to and from Lambeau Field for Packers games.
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.
For the month of March, O'Lydia's Bar and Grill is hosting a "Buy a Badge for Rittner" fundraiser for MPD Officer Matthew Rittner's wife and son.
Eats at O'Lydia's fall solidly in line with expected pub fare; it's heavy on the appetizers, sandwiches and housemade macaroni and cheese. Of course, there are also burgers - hefty half-pound pub burgers, which can be topped with any number of ingredients.
County Clare wins it again, but a new Irish bar and grill nabbed a close second place.
Since last summer, numerous bars have had a difficult time seeing their shuttles on the road. Linda Sackett, owner of O'Lydia's, speaks out about this issue.
Friday night, Nick Berg - the winner of the MKE Toast Competition - won another OnMilwaukee-sponsored event: the world's first fish fry eating contest. Here's his insight into his historic victory.
Linda Sackett, who owns O'Lydia's in Walker's Point, was told not to have a second child because of a kidney condition. Four months ago, that child saved her life.
Milwaukee has been the home of many eating contests, from cream puffs to jalapeños, but OnMilwaukee and FM 102/1 will host the city's first fish fry eating contest and fundraiser.
Does everyone love eating breakfast for dinner or "brinner?" It certainly seems that way and so O'Lydia's, 338 S. 1st St., might be Milwaukee's first restaurant to offer a Brinner Night every Tuesday starting May 10.
For the umpteenth time in a row, OnMilwaukee readers picked the Lakefront Brewery's fish fry as their all-time favorite. Perhaps it's a combination of the food, the beer and the live polka music?
Summer is short. So, why wait until Friday or Saturday to enjoy a night out? Area restaurants are offering plenty of mid-week specials.