Sheboygan, already home to one of the longest-certified Neapolitan pizzerias (Il Ritrovo) in Wisconsin, is now getting the state's first certified Roman-style al taglio pizzeria, too.
When we first met Faklandia Brewing's Nate Fakler and Ben Mantay, they were making beer on other brewers' systems, dreaming on a permanent home of their own. Now they have one and it's open ... at least for pizza.
After closing their dining room on March 20, Centro Cafe in Riverwest has announced that they are officially reopening for carry-out beginning today.
Maybe you're already thinking about new places to visit later this summer, and - if so - you can put a trip to Sheboygan on your list. Harry's Pizza Market is slated to open this summer as the very first certified Roman al Taglio pizza restaurant in the state.
Before you order up your next pizza for another quarantine-inspired Netflix and chill, here are two big things you can do make your take-out or delivery pizza worlds better.
Amid the clouds, there's always sunshine. And the sun will be shining just a bit brighter in Milwaukee on Saturday, April 4. That's because the city will have the opportunity to get its first taste of Flourchild, the highly anticipated new pizza restaurant from the owners of Merriment Social and Third Coast Provisions.
When Peter Dietrich and Derek Nackers bought Divino Wine and Dine, 2315 N. Murray Ave., in January, they had hoped to reopen the place as Tavolino by this month. Of course, that's not happening, but they're moving forward anyway with a carry-out pop-up with Izzy Hops next door.
Lou Malnati's Pizzeria, founded in 1971 and based in Northbrook, Illinois, has announced that its second Chicago deep dish pizzeria location in Wisconsin will open in late spring at 15795 W. Bluemound Rd.
Walk through the bar at The Red Mill Inn & PIzza and you'll still hear the charming creak of hard wood floors beneath your feet. The interior is still rough hewn and decorated with antiques, and the tradition of Friday night fish fry is still going strong.
After a series of soft openings, BB's on North opened quietly last week at 7237 W. North Ave., greeting customers with a small seasonal menu of - not only pizza - but globally inspired modern American appetizers and entrees.
Everybody loves pizza. But Milwaukee has never seen the likes of what will be coming out of the kitchen at Flourchild, the newest endeavor from the folks at Merriment Social and Third Coast Provisions.
Happy National Pizza Day! Our neighborhoods are filled with pizzerias - all unique, bursting with flavor and filled with storied histories. One Milwaukeean has eaten his way through the lion's share. His hard work translates into your guide to great pizza in greater Milwaukee.
A new concept is on its way to Downtown Milwaukee, and it promises to offer a unique take on one of the city's favorite dishes: pizza.
If you're worried about the delicious Palermo Villa pizza disappearing when Divino Wine and Dine, 2315 N. Murray Ave., closes on Jan. 31, you can rest easy, say new owners Peter Dietrich and Derek Nackers.
Divino Wine and Dine, the Italian restaurant and pizzeria at 2315 N. Murray Ave., has been sold and the restaurant will close at the end of service on Jan. 31, according to owners Dean Cannestra and Tina Conley.