Bradley Center neighborhood bar guide
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1033 N. Old World 3rd St., (414) 291-5600
Few restaurants juggle their alcohol and food business as well as Tutto. It's big, but doesn't feel cavernous. The individual flat-screen televisions in every booth will get a workout this weekend. The Notte Night Lounge is upstairs.
Wisconsin Cheese Bar
1048 N. Old World 3rd St., (414) 272-3544
Not a place to go if you're looking to tie one on. But, it's a good place to try some wine, cheese and beer flights and soak up some of the flavors of Milwaukee.
FARTHER AFIELD DOWNTOWN
Miller Time Pub
509 W. Wisconsin Ave., (414) 271-2337
Attached to the Milwaukee Hilton, the MTP offers an outstanding cheeseburger and -- do we have to say it? -- plenty of Miller products.
Jim's Time Out
746 N. James Lovell St., (414) 276-9610
Lots of newer bars claim to be "old school." Jim's does it without trying. Try finding a $12 martini here -- you'll have to order out for it. As OnMilwaukee.com managing editor Bobby Tanzilo said, "If they'd toss some sawdust and spittoons down, I'd feel transported back to the '30s."
Karma Bar & Grill
600 E. Ogden Ave., (414) 220-4118
Two of necessities for a good sports bar -- plentiful TVs and parking -- are available at Karma. The booths are comfy and waitstaff is friendly.
1123 N. Water St., (414) 277-0293
Sports fans love wings. They love beer. That's what BW-3 does -- in abundance. Many fans will be drawn there out of habit, as most college towns have at least one BW-3.
Fanatics Sports Central
185 N. Jefferson St., (414) 220-8336
Visitors who venture into the Third Ward, a quaint neighborhood filled with unique and trendy shops, will like Fanatics. Stadium seating, a 150-inch main TV and other diversions will make it a great place to follow your bracket.
Zim's Sports Bar
770 N. Milwaukee St., (414) 727-9447
A sports bar tucked away on one of Milwaukee's trendier streets, Zim's will see steady action this weekend from regulars and visitors alike.
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My point was that it seems 90% of the articles posted on OMC these days have to do with bars and drinking. They devoted an entire month to bar month and the articles keep on a comin'. I've got no problem with drinking but for a site that's always worried about smoking and the environment, they sure don't mind publishing articles on a topic that is a huge problem in this city and state.
Broner try reading the first paragraph in bold letters!
When did OMC morph into almost exclusively a bar guide?
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