There are more delicious thing popping up this week at the Crossroads Collective.
Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 25, the Historic Third Ward will be a place for after work tapas, sips of tequila and glasses of sparkling wine.
The owners of Snack Boys will show off their more serious side with a new venture inside the new 17-room Dubbel Dutch boutique hotel on Milwaukee's lower East Side.
For the fourth year in a row, this Walker's Point gem has won over your hearts, minds and stomachs to be called the best small plates restaurant in Milwaukee. Odd Duck gave La Merenda a run for their money this year, but last years winner stayed on top for another year.
Construction is nearing completion on a new bar and restaurant space in the Pritzlaff Complex which could open as soon as early December.
New Walker's Point venue will offer a small plates menu focused on Latin-inspired sliders, a full bar, brunch and plenty of live music.
A new bar and restaurant is finally rounding the corner towards opening at 326 E. Mason St., a space which formerly housed 42 Lounge.
Are small plates just overpriced smaller portions of food? Or are they a great way to try a little bit of everything for, when added up, probably the price of a decent entree?
In a world of angry Yelp reviews and social media gripes against restaurants - some of which are fair, of course - it's refreshing as cucumber-infused water to hear a story that's this gracious.
There's no shortage of articles and television shows that showcase the dishes that chefs love to cook at their restaurants. But, what do they love to eat at the end of their exhausting 16-hour days? Or on their days off? In this installment we talk with Molly Sullivan of Miss Molly's Cafe & Pastry Shop.
There's a lot of competition in Milwaukee's small plate scene. However, La Merenda's inventive and internationally inspired small plate offerings take the top spot for tapas for the second year in a row.
They may be small, but the Cream City's small plates incite big opinions. In fact, this year's poll was a race to the finish. But, after giving up their spot to MOVIDA in 2015, Milwaukee's tapas titan La Merenda is back with a vengeance
Deliciously composed dishes inspired by street food fare are the name of the game at Easy Tyger, a well-designed East Side small plates spot that offers diners the opportunity to "eat the world."
The Uptown Neighborhood, home to spots like McBob's and Mekong Cafe, will soon have a new restaurant called Scene 1. The restaurant and lounge promises small plates in a hip, relaxed lounge atmosphere.
Easy Tyger is on the cusp of opening. And when it does, it will bring a bevy of international dishes inspired by the world's street food to the lively and eclectic Brady Street food scene.