Oggie's, Downtown's newest restaurant, made its official debut on Tuesday, Aug. 4 with a menu of European-inspired New American cuisine rooted firmly in Midwestern charm. Here's a peek at what you can expect when you go.
Oggie's is the name of the new venue, which promises a menu of accessible modern European fare served up with a hefty dose of Midwestern charm. And it will do so with a veteran Milwaukee chef at the helm: Thomas Hauck, former owner of c.1880 and more recent culinary director for the Lowlands Restaurant Group.
After a month-long closure for renovations to both the restaurant and menu, Café Centraal is scheduled to formally reopen as Centraal Grand Café & Tappery next week. But you'll want to take a look inside right now.
Every day is the perfect day for brunch. And thanks to a brand new menu from Chef Thomas Hauck at Cafe Hollander, you can literally enjoy brunch seven days a week.
Restaurateurs Karl Ratzsch and Ella Helene Ratzsch created what they called a "new-old restaurant ... with an authentic atmosphere of old time hospitality." That was a recipe for success until 2017, when Ratzsch's closed. We recently went inside and thought you might like to see how it looks now.
One of Milwaukee's multi-year James Beard semifinalists will soon take the culinary helm at the Lowlands Group restaurants, including Café Hollander, Café Benelux, Café Centraal and Café Bavaria.
After six years, one of Walker's Point top restaurants has made the difficult decision to close its doors. c.1880, the laid back fine dining restaurant which has earned countless accolades over the past six years of business, will close this April.
Want to pull out all the stops this holiday? Throughout the month of December we'll share some of Milwaukee's most talented chefs' takes on holiday-worthy fare.
When a restaurant has been around for over 100 years, there are bound to be myriad stories within its walls. And that was certainly the case for Karl Ratzsch, one of Milwaukee's oldest and most iconic restaurants.
In a press release this morning, Thomas Hauck, chef and owner of c. 1880 and Karl Ratzsch restaurant, announced that Karl Ratzsch has closed permanently. The final day of service for the restaurant was April 1.
Has it been a while since you've been to c.1880? If so, you might want to consider a visit. The restaurant just rolled out a brand new monthly "Flights & Bites" menu, which will be available Tuesday through Thursday evenings. And it's pretty delicious.
This morning, the James Beard Foundation announced the semifinalists for its 2017 awards. And Milwaukee has four reasons to be proud. Semifinalists will now move on to a voting body comprised of former Beard Award winners.
Since 2002, Milwaukee has seen honors for 12 restaurants or chefs from the James Beard Foundation. And, if you're a food lover who wants to get to know our city better, put a visit to each of these restaurants on your list of things to do during 2017.
In this series, we ask chefs around the city to describe their restaurants in their own words and recommend three dishes that embody the best of what they offer. In this edition, we talk with Chef Thomas Hauck of Milwaukee's iconic Karl Ratzsch.
Milwaukee has its share of first rate chefs these days, making the decision of who to name as "best chef" more and more difficult each year. But, it was a solid Bartolotta's win this year with Chef Adam Siegel bringing home the gold for best chef.