Here are six local restaurants that we would hate to lose, so let's show 'em some love.
In this series, we're trying out some of the city's most popular fish fries. You'll find commentary, pro tips and ratings of the three staples of a classic Wisconsin fry: namely the fish, the potato pancakes, and the classic Wisconsin style brandy old fashioned.
Milwaukee boasts the fifth largest Polish population in the United States and yet has only one Polish restaurant, Polonez. Pierogis, anyone?
People ask me all the time what's my favorite restaurant in Milwaukee? Well, even if it is Dining Month, I'm not going to open that cans of worms (mostly because I don't have one great answer).
While you won't likely fool yourself into thinking you're in another country while tippling in this town, you can sample a world of flavors in Brew City taverns. Here are some bars you can include on your own little international bar crawl right here in Milwaukee. Add your favorites using the Talkback feature at the bottom.
Swayz’s food and service ranks with the other Mexican restaurants in Milwaukee area, and it offers all-day Mexican breakfasts, setting it apart from the pack.
In St. Francis, you'll find such a destination in Polonez (4016 S. Packard Ave.), a no-nonsense yet traditional restaurant that will stuff you full every time. If you look up "comfort food" in the dictionary, there ought to be one of those pen-and-ink sketches of Polonez.