The forthcoming Mequon Public Market at Spur 16, 6300 W. Mequon Rd., is upping the ante with yet another delicious vendor.
It's legal, I asked. Not kidding. When I order this $4.99 meal from the good people at the West Allis Cheese & Sausage Shoppe at the Milwaukee Public Market I usually preface it with, "is it legal for me to order off the kids menu?"
The taco plate at Margarita Paradise is a tasty deal for $5 - and an even tastier deal when you add another taco for $7.
Nehring's Family Market, located inside the Public Market, will soon change its name and owners. There's also more pizza options on the way.
Numerous readers have asked about Grace Ladewig, the mysterious employee featured on Tuesday night's episode of "The Profit," so we caught up with her to chat about what's transpired since her appearance on the popular show.
It's safe to say things did not go according to plan on last night's Soup Market-centric episode of "The Profit" - unless you're CNBC, which, in that case, you found a whole vat of simmering drama cooking up in the back of the local soup business.
The Milwaukee Public Market will encourage people to "pet their whistle" as it helps raise money for the Wisconsin Humane Society this weekend.
Recently, as part our Urban Exploring series that's underway this summer, OnMilwaukee went on a Milwaukee Food & City Tours in the Third Ward with host Karen Featherstone. The experience was filling for both the mind and stomach.
Anodyne Coffee Company, the Milwaukee-based coffee roastery and cafe, will open at the Milwaukee Public Market on Tuesday, Oct. 7, making it the latest addition to the Historic Third Ward destination.
One-bedroom (and a few studio) apartments are being built at the The Mayer Building, at the corner of St. Paul and Water Streets in the Historic Third Ward.
The Milwaukee Public Market announced today that Thai-Namite - a Brady Street sushi and Thai restaurant - will move into the space that is currently occupied by Sushi-A-Go-Go.
Today, we noticed a new mural in the alley adjacent to the St. Paul Avenue location and wanted to share. In the spirit of the coffee roasters other art, it's vibrant and full of life. And, it signals that the new cafe is indeed opening soon.
Frank the Fish, maybe? When it's Lent and you serve one of the best fish fries in Milwaukee you can hang a 25-foot marlin at the Milwaukee Public Market if you want. And that is just what St. Paul Fish has done.
As frigid temperatures approach, many closings are coming and being announced. The Milwaukee Public Market, though, will be open for business on Monday, January 6, 2014.
Long lines don't scare me away as long as I know that my order will be taken correctly and promptly after the wait. But I'll argue that there's one driving factor that over rides all others when you're deciding where to dine: convenience.