The pandemic-inspired pivot aims to provide basic provisions for the community while creating a revenue stream to complement carry-out service. In turn, the market will remain a permanent part of the restaurant for the foreseeable future.
Almost all of us drink wine, but how many of us really taste it? Nate Norfolk is the wine and spirits director at Ray's, as well as a certified sommelier, and he kindly let me pick his brain about how a wine idiot can become a wine expert.
In this trying time, numerous bars and breweries have taken advantage of their ability to offer carry-out beer, wine and liquor to the general public.
MobCraft obtained a winery license in 2018, and has announced that it will create a wine delivery business called Agave Wine Company that will sell its own house-made wines as well as the wines of local partners.
The world has been turned on end. And it's the perfect moment to find joy in the little things. Maybe that's a cookie, or some ice cream. Maybe it's a bottle of wine or a cocktail. Here are some ideas for treating yourself (and maybe even your friends and neighbors) while supporting locally owned small businesses.
One of the city's oldest grocery stores, a true neighborhood landmark for generations, stretching all the way back to 1913, has gotten in on the concept of opening a bar - and, most importantly, gotten it totally right.
Construction is nearing completion on a new bar and restaurant space in the Pritzlaff Complex which could open as soon as early December.
If you're heading into Downtown Milwaukee for a Bucks game, a day of work or a night out with friends, you can find almost anything and everything to eat. So the next time you head into the city, here's a full list of places to check out for a meal on the town.
Film-goers will have a new theater to enjoy during this year's Milwaukee Film Festival Oct. 17-31 thanks to the addition of Cedarburg's Rivoli Theater. Of course that means it's a good excuse to spend a day (or a few) exploring the history, shopping and eateries in the area.
After major renovations this summer, Dream Dance Steakhouse at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, has announced that it will reopen its flagship restaurant on Oct. 1.
The Third Ward scene is heating up again, this time with the addition of a new adult-focused venue emphasizing cocktails, wine, craft beer and... chocolate.
More than 20 food trucks, a winery and a great patio. What more could you want from your weekend? If you've never been to The Blind Horse Restaurant & Winery - a destination which merges a Napa Valley-style restaurant and a world-class winery - this weekend would be a great time to visit.
As usual, Summerfest favorites like Saz's sampler platter, turkey legs and roasted ears of corn on the cob aren't going anywhere; however, there will be a variety of new foods to satiate your festival cravings
Charles E. Fromage is a clever play on words (think: French Chuck E. Cheese). And its tagline, "a place where adults can be adults," provides an apt description of what guests will find when they visit: namely wine, beer, snacks and great conversation.
Last summer, we brought you the story of Stringer Cellars, a burgeoning winery in West Bend, Wisconsin. A lot has changed since then, and you can catch up with the winery at an upcoming tasting event on June 25.