Some bars celebrate the holidays with festive drinks, twinkling lights and festive decor. Still others are the sort of places where the warmth and spirit of the holiday season can be found all year long. Among those places is Ernie's Wine Bar in Cedarburg.
The Sofie is hosting a few soft openings, but will have a public Grand Opening on Wednesday, Nov. 13 starting at 6 p.m.
We've scoured Henry Maier Festival Park to bring you the ultimate guide to beer at Summerfest. Using our handy list, you can find the beer you're craving anywhere on the grounds, or even check out the selection at individual venues.
What's in a restaurant? 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 Paris Dreibelbis of Black Sheep.
Baccanera, 1732 E. North Ave., will open to the public on Friday, April 5. The new lounge will specialize in wine from around the world as well as craft cocktails made with local and global spirits.
Wine lovers are in for a treat at Bay View's newest venue, Voyager, which opens later today in Bay View. It promises to distinguish itself as a casual neighborhood spot where guests can linger and socialize, enjoying wines new and old in the company of an educated - and engaging - staff.
Brown paper covers the windows and sawdust sprinkles the floor, but in about a month, Baccanera will open for business and show off its European-American splendor.
Take a glimpse at the exterior of the former Refuge Cafe in Bay View and you'll see a pretty impressive transformation. That's because the Voyager wine & cocktail bar in Bay View is inching closer to opening.
There's something new on the way from Camp Bar owners Paul and Natalia Hackbarth, and it promises to capture all the cozy comforts of the classic Camp Bar experience along with a slightly more refined, elegant package.
Have you ever wanted to snuggle a Siamese while drinking your morning coffee? How about petting a Persian while sipping a nice glass of malbec? Well, if all goes well, you could be doing just that, thanks to new plans for Milwaukee's first cat cafe, Sip & Purr.
When you're the only art museum in Wisconsin with a sommelier, it only makes sense to establish a wine bar. And the new East End Wine Bar is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine, nibbles and a view.
We've featured a lot of bartenders here at OnMilwaukee.com, but this one's a little different. Purists might argue that The Ruby Tap's Sarah Smith isn't even a true bartender. Because The Ruby Tap in Tosa Village is a self-serve wine bar, Smith doesn't make cocktails, but she serves bottled beer and wine from taps and by the bottle, dishes up snacks, deals with folks who have maybe had a little too much and works to keep her customers happy and satisfied like any other bartender.
The Hamilton, 823 E. Hamilton St., will open for a private event on New Year's Eve and then to the public soon after. Owner Kimberly Floyd says her new establishment will offer the neighborhood a classy but casual lounge that's reminiscent of a hotel lobby.
Owners Aimee Murphy and Phil Bilodeau say they've had such great success with their first Milwaukee venture that it's now time to grow.
Pastiche Bistro and Wine Bar, set to open at the end of January at 3001 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., will feature a menu packed with Mediterranean -- southern French, Italian and Spanish, to be specific -- specialties.