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126. Sobelman's partners with the Bucks to bring burgers to Bradley Center
Burgers, Bloodies and the Bucks -- together for the first time, thanks to a new partnership between Sobelman's and Milwaukee's hometown basketball team.
127. Take convenience off the menu
One factor overrides all others when you're deciding where to dine: convenience.
128. 5 postcards from Milwaukee's dining past
The more you dig into Milwaukee's past, the less it looks like the place we all know today. While some things endure - in the world of dining, think of Mader's and Karl Ratzsch's, for example - the more things have changed. Here are some postcard images of eateries gone by, places your parents or grandparents, or even great-grandparents, might have celebrated a special occasion or just had a good meal.
129. Get your sugar buzz on at Terrazas Cakes & Pastries
Terrazas Cakes and Pastries is a new bakery in Bay View. We stopped in for a taste.
130. Where should Joey Buona's go next?
Where should Joey Buona's make its new home?
131. Updated: Sal's Pizza now open on East Side
Sal's Pizza is now open at 2974 N. Oakland Ave., and plans to offer calzones, salads, sandwiches and, of course, pizza.
132. Vote for Wisconsin in national breakfast contest
Help Wisconsin chef Christopher Mangless advance to the top two in the Thomas' Hometown Breakfast Battle.
133. New partnership furthers food access through Milwaukee Winter Market
A new partnership between the Milwaukee County Winter Farmers Market and Fondy Food Center aims to increase sustainability and access to the market.
134. Polaris will reopen with new name at Hyatt Regency
Milwaukee's once-revolving restaurant will soon return, remodeled and available for events (and brunch).
135. South Second opening in Walker's Point
South Second, a new event venue in Walker's Point, will open at 838 S. 2nd St., in April 2016. The award-winning HGA Architects created the design and Saz's Hospitality Group will offer food options.
136. Take a food photo, win $3,000
The OnMilwaukee Dine In & Win Big Contest is brought to you by our partners at Steinhafels. And, while it may not always be easy to take a great photo of your food, I know you have it in you. So, do it.
137. 9 things to do, eat and see in Milwaukee, according to Travel + Leisure
A new feature in Travel + Leisure highlights spots to visit and things to eat and drink in Milwaukee.
138. Jewish Community Center adds food from Ferrante's Restaurant
Beginning this week, Ferrante's Restaurant & Signature Catering will act as the exclusive provider of all JCC kosher food services including the in-house café, CafA B Data.
139. Yelp's Battle at Best Place returns for second year on Thursday
Join in on this "Iron Chef" style battle at Milwaukee's favorite event space.
140. Art Museum hires Chef Jason Gorman as executive chef
Jason Gorman will be returning to Milwaukee to take over food and beverage operations at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
141. Boelter partners with Sustainable Kitchens for new cooking series
New cooking classes, featuring Chef Justin Johnson of Sustainable Kitchens, will begin later this month at the Boelter Superstore.
142. For pancakes, Smoke Shack?
I love BBQ like the next guy or girl, but have never had pancakes at the BBQ place. This should probably changes as Thrillist and HuffPost are raving about Smoke Shack's flap jacks.
143. In search of the perfect pizza: Il Ritrovo
Rick Rodriguez has been waiting to go to this Sheboygan Neopolitan pizza spot for 10 years.
144. Bamboo now open in Silver City
A new Silver City spot is serving up Thai and Laotian dishes.
145. Crawdaddy's is coming back to West Allis
Yesterday, I lamented the loss of Crawdaddy's Cajun & Creole Restaurant in West Allis in a post, which led to owner Jonathan Klug contacting me to say that the beloved eatery will reopen soon in a new location in 'Stallis.
146. Portillo's is coming to the Milwaukee area
According to a post on, Portillo's has submitted site plans to build a restaurant in Brookfield.
147. Today's United We Dine supports United Way
Join area restaurants in supporting United Way. Participating restaurants today and tonight will donate 10 percent or more of their total sales to United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha.
148. 4 courses you should not have missed at Milwaukee Cocktail Week
If you missed Milwaukee Cocktail Week this year you missed out on some amazing courses.
149. The old Milwaukee restaurants I miss most
Though some restaurants have long lives, many more seem to come and go. Here are a few from the past that I miss.
150. All-day breakfast begins today at McDonald's
Beginning today, Oct. 6, all 125 McDonald's restaurants throughout Southeastern Wisconsin will serve breakfast all day.