After closing their dining room on March 20, Centro Cafe in Riverwest has announced that they are officially reopening for carry-out beginning today.
Few bars in Milwaukee can shapeshift like Art*Bar, always a comfortable place for all to meet while, at the same time, constantly transforming and turning into something new - ironic considering the location's reputation before its arrival.
Maybe you haven't noticed, but the three-story building at 3738 N. Fratney St., in Riverwest's Riverworks BID industrial zone, has undergone a stunning change.
Currently, the Wonderland menu is slightly abbreviated, allowing for the kitchen to settle into a rhythm. But there's still plenty from which to choose for both breakfast and lunch, all at impressively reasonable prices.
A brand new Riverwest eatery is slated to bring new life - and plenty of from-scratch comfort fare - to the former West Bank Cafe in Riverwest.
This Saturday, Sept. 14, The Night Carnival will again descend upon Milwaukee's Garden Park, 821 E. Locust St., with magic and wonder at its forefront for its third year.
When one thinks of Cafe Corazon, their mind likely conjures images of enchiladas, tacos and wet burritos. But Lori Fredrich thought it was high time to check out the burger.
The four Riverwest breweries - Black Husky, Company, Gathering Place and Lakefront; all members of the Riverwest Brewery Syndicate, formed a few years ago - are teaming up for their first collaboration brew.
Fratney and Wright were selected thanks to their low impact on the already low traffic flow, position between busy arterial streets, promoting connectivity between neighborhoods, and proximity to the Beerline bike trail.
The proposal selected last summer by the City of Milwaukee for the redevelopment of the former Schlitz tied house - long known as Humboldt Gardens, Mint Lounge and Zak's - at 2249 N. Humboldt Ave. is (potentially) moving forward, albeit slowly.
With its eclectic crowds and funky motif, The Mad Planet continues to be Milwaukee's best club for dancing the night away.
North siders no longer need to travel south to experience the flavors of Pita Palace, a restaurant which opened last summer at 789 W. Layton Ave.
For those looking for a place to jump start one's heart, it doesn't hurt to stop by a place with its roots in romance - quite literally the case at Two, the cozy Riverwest lounge found at 718 E. Burleigh St.
Milwaukee's first hostel will bring young, international travelers to the city. Remodeling and celebration take place this weekend at the site and the public is welcome.
It's taco time! After a temporary closure to perform maintenance on the restaurant, Cafe Corazon in Riverwest has announced its reopening.