As Snack Boys prepares to open its new East Side location in the former Hotel Foster / Globe East, 2028 E. North Ave., next week, we got another peek at the colorful murals painted inside over the winter by local installation artist Kristina Rolander.
Tune in on Friday for an off-shoot of the Quarantine Kitchen series featuring local chefs cooking up simple dishes in their home or restaurant kitchens. These episodes will air on Fridays at 1:00 p.m. Here's what we're cooking up this week.
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.
The time has come to get your last trip to Snack Boys, 814 S. Second St., in Walker's Point before they close briefly to make their big move to the East Side.
Technically, the new decade doesn't begin until 2021 (or so the experts at the Farmers Almanac say). However, as we move into 2020, there's little harm in taking a look back at how far we've come. After all, the Milwaukee dining scene in 2010 was a far cry from what it is today.
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.
Yes, Milwaukee. The rumors are true. Snack Boys is moving. John Revord and Mitch Ciohon are dishing up all the snackable details.
Little more than two years ago, it was easy to be blissfully unaware of CBD. But not anymore. We talk with Chef Mitch Ciohon of Snack Boys and Colin Plant, cannabidiol expert and owner of Canni in Walker's Point about the phenomenon.
On a new episode of "The Best Thing I Ever Ate" Monday night themed on "culinary revolutions," chef and "Chopped" judge Scott Conant shined his spotlight on Chef Mitchell Ciohon and the tots with caviar at Snack Boys Snack Bar.
A bar slinging "cocktails, cold beer and other remedies" is slated to open soon in the former home of Urban Bay View.
It's the most wonderful time of the year. No, not Christmas (though considering the cold temperatures and chance of snow, you could've had us fooled) - Milwaukee Day! And here's how to celebrate Cream City in style.
Snack Boys officially opens to the public today at 4:30 p.m. And - if you believe in having fun and eating delicious things - you might want to put a visit on your list of must-do's.
It looks like Snack Boys, the new restaurant at 814 S. 2nd St., is just about two weeks away from opening. If you believe what you read on the internet, that is.
There are time when leaving your expectations at the door is entirely the right protocol. Such will be the case at the forthcoming Snack Boys, a restaurant expected to open in the former All Purpose space at 814 S. 2nd St. sometime in mid-to-late December.