In this episode of FoodCrush, we chat with "Industry Outsider" Wes Shaver. Together, we take closer look at the wild world of hospitality, the challenges it presents for owner operators and the skills it takes to succeed in the industry.
Pasta is on its way to the Crossroads Collective, thanks to former Black Sheep chef, Adam Pawlak, who will be opening a new restaurant, Egg & Flour Pasta Bar, at the new East Side food hall.
It's been a busy year at The Schwabenhof, the longtime fish fry destination in Menomonee Falls. And, beginning this week, there will be even more to love, including further expanded hours and a menu featuring German-American favorites.
Exciting things are in the works for local restaurant operators Wes Shaver and Mike Sorge, who have formally announced the establishment of both a new Milwaukee-based hospitality group and a consulting agency.
The Lenten season will mark another milestone for The Schwabenhof. After more than 30 years offering dinner service on Wednesdays and Fridays only, the kitchen will extend its hours to include both lunch and dinner service, along with dinner and lunch specials.
Thanks to an outpouring of support from the Milwaukee community, Von Trier will no longer be re-concepted. Instead, the historic venue will undergo a renaissance of sorts, similar to that taking place in the neighborhood it inhabits.
The Schwabenhof, a popular gathering place for Friday fish fries and events, closed this summer to accommodate both aesthetic improvement of the space and changes in operations for the restaurant. But, it will reopen next week, debuting a refreshed look and menu.
As we announced Friday, a new Polynesian bar and restaurant called The Love Shack is coming to the former Wine Maniacs space at 106 Seeboth St. in Walker's Point. The city is abuzz with the news. But, what's The Love Shack? And why should you care?
The Love Shack, a high end Polynesian bar and restaurant, will move into the former Wine Maniacs On the River space, 106 W. Seeboth St.
Known for his creative small plates and inventive dishes, many infused with elements from his Italian heritage, Chef Adam Pawlak will continue bolstering the options at Black Sheep, which is driven by seasonal and local ingredients.
Changes are imminent at Black Sheep in Milwaukee's Third Ward as Chef Justice Neal moves on to a position that will allow him to spend more time with his wife and 2-year-old daughter.
Changes are afoot for Black Sheep, the wine bar and restaurant in Walker's Point.
Mi-Key's, 811 N. Jefferson St., is presenting "The Kick Off to Summer," a benefit for the American Cancer Society, at 8 p.m. Thursday. The program, which will take place in the Skylight Room, features The Color Truth, Jayk and comedian Wes Shaver. There will be complimentary appetizers and Absolut Vodka drink specials.