After almost four years, to the day, in business, Wayward Kitchen Co., 1407 S. 1st St., quietly closed last week.
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 Tyler Mason of Wayward Kitchen and Bar.
As healthful as they may be, vegetable-forward dishes are no longer seen as fare fit only for vegetarians. In fact, here are 9 dishes on local restaurant menus that you should seek out and try right now.
Thanksgiving is a time to take stock of the things that enhance our lives on a regular basis. In the spirit of the season I asked a number of chefs what they were thankful for, and here's what they told me.
Recently, Wayward Kitchen, 1407 S. 1st St., started offering a Service Industry Brunch on Mondays (which is open to anyone) and OnMilwaukee stopped in for a very satisfying burger, Benedict and bloody.
Starting Friday, Jan. 9, Wayward Kitchen Co. will be open for lunch weekdays at 11 a.m.
Next week, Wayward Kitchen Co., 1407 S. 1st St., will mark its one-year anniversary. To celebrate, Wayward has a new menu, a new open mic night and plans to soon offer growlers. OnMilwaukee.com recently checked in with owners Tyler and Megan Mason to chat it up and look back on 2014.
The upcoming weeks feature three unique dinners at area restaurants, including an evening focused on award winning wines and game, six courses of chocolate-inspired fare with French wines, and a very special Ale Asylum beer dinner.
Local business owners, service industry employees and diners weigh in with their thoughts about Yelp reviews.
A new Walker's Point restaurant, headed up by a former Milwaukee Ale House chef, is set to open.