At first, an avocado popsicle might sound gross, like frozen guacamole on a stick, but luckily, it's nothing like that.
In days when running a small food-based business can be downright scary, Pete's Pops is making full use of every opportunity that comes their way. And that's great news for all of us!
Pete's Pops is preparing to close up shop for the season. But before they do, they're giving customers a chance to stock up on pops and wine free pops for an entire year! Read on, friends, to find out how.
Bars across the nation have begun forgoing the ice in their cocktails, replacing it instead with the refreshingly chilly (and complementarily flavored) popsicles. It's a trend that started on the coasts, but which has gradually made its way onto cocktail menus here in Milwaukee. One Brady Street restaurant is taking it to a whole new level.
Pete's Pops, which introduced itself to the Martin Drive neighborhood during a soft opening last weekend, will officially the doors of its new popsicle stand to the public on Saturday, Aug. 18.
Summer is coming (eventually). And when it arrives, there will be a new spot to get some relief from the heat. Thanks to a new brick and mortar location, Pete's Pops will soon have a home base to make (and sell) its delicious pops.
Pete's Pops, a new frozen treat vendor, will soon stroll the streets of Milwaukee.
The gourmet, "artisanal" - if you will - popsicle is taking off as a dessert of choice in many restaurants and hotels around the county. But, where are they in Milwaukee?
Even though you might be sick of hearing and talking about the blistering summer heat, here's more of discussion on the topic. OnMilwaukee.com, did, however, try to keep it fresh with this week's question: "How can you stay cool without air conditioning?"