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101. Moveable Feast set for May 12
Eating and drinking inside the Milwaukee Public Museum isn't usually allowed. But for events like Moveable Feast and, of course, the annual Food & Froth Festival, it's embraced, encouraged and wonderful.
102. McDonald's brings back brats
Johnsonville brats - a popular offering which hasn't been served up in the Milwaukee area since 2009 - are back on the menu at McDonald's restaurants starting next week. Are you lovin' it?
103. I know the guy the $1 Jimmy John's sandwich promo is meant to thank
Jimmy John's is offering $1 sandwiches as a customer appreciation day promotion on April 21. And, although the offer is open to everyone, I can't help but think it was made for my old colleague, Mark.
104. Chef Talk: Hospitality Democracy Chef Alex Sazama
In the latest episode of Chef Talk, Kyle Cherek sits down to chat with Chef Alex Sazama of Hospitality Democracy about how he leaps from cuisine to cuisine in each of the restaurants under his watch and more.
105. Dinner Lab suspends operations in Milwaukee and beyond
Despite its unique approach to fine dining and impressive expansion over the past few years, it looks as if Dinner Lab may have overextended its resources.
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106. Additional job fairs announced for staff at Mayfair Collection restaurants
The Bartolotta Management Group, in partnership with Phoenix Hospitality Group, has announced job fairs to recruit for all positions opening up this summer at The Mayfair Collection.
107. Pizza Man announces new location in Oak Creek
Oak Creek, prepare yourself for a slice of Pizza Man. As first reported by the Journal Sentinel this morning, the beloved pizza restaurant will open its third location on the south side of Oak Creek's Drexel Town Square.
108. Sendik's to open new location on Miller Park Way
This afternoon, Sendik's announced that the local grocer expects to open a new location this autumn on the east side of Miller Park Way.
109. A Taste of Italy slated for April 17
Get a taste of Italy - including favorites like arancini and calimari - while supporting the work of the Italian Community Center on Sunday, April 17, from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
110. New farmers market on its way to Enderis Park
A new farmers market in the historic Enderis Park neighborhood aims to fill a need for both a West Side and Sunday market when it launches in June.
111. In search of the perfect pizza: Scotty's Bar and Pizza
It's not often Rick Rodriguez writes about reader-selected spots. But the words "thin crust," "good pizza" and "small bar" were repeated by enough people that he felt a visit to Scotty's was warranted.
112. Crusty skylines spied all over Milwaukee
If you thought the results of the Wisconsin primary were crumby, wait until you get a load of this. Voting for the recent Millie's Bakeries poll has closed, and it's time to get "bready" for a new billboard campaign.
113. Chef Talk: Christian Schroeder of Buckley's Restaurant & Bar
In the latest episode of Chef Talk, Kyle Cherek heads over to Buckley's tucked away Downtown to chat with executive chef Christian Schroeder about the Milwaukee food scene, his journey as a chef, what he looks for at a restaurant and more.
114. Huan Xi moves, adds hot pots to menu
Huan Xi, a popular Chinese restaurant specializing in Szechuan-style cuisine, moved from 2428 N. Murray Ave. to 2430 N. Murray Ave.
115. Saz's 40th anniversary to culminate in Grand Hurrah on Thursday, March 31
In culmination of Saz's month-long 40th anniversary celebration, the rib-slinging Milwaukee restaurant will host a "Grand Hurrah" party Thursday, March 31 featuring eats, special guests and entertainment.
116. Chubby's Cheesesteaks Bay Shore delayed but fourth location on the way
The opening date for a Bay Shore Mall location for Chubby's Cheesecakes has been delayed until summer. However, a new Brookfield location is currently in the works for the local restaurant.
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117. Uncovered Five O'Clock Steakhouse mural restored
Five O'Clock Steakhouse discovered and restored an old mural, which shows a nude female figure with its arms around the neck of a black winged horse, that had long been rumored to be hidden behind the mirrors on the walls of restaurant's bar.
118. Insomnia Cookies could open soon
Insomnia Cookies applied for an extended hours establishments license for a space inside the Edge On North mixed-use building, 1800 E. North Ave.
119. 9 ways to celebrate Pi Day in Milwaukee
Most likely, it isn't going to bring out hordes of rollicking partiers like that other holiday happening this week, but today is Pi Day which is a day of celebration for math geeks and pastry lovers alike.
120. Chef Talk: Company Brewing's Rosy Rodriguez
In the latest episode of Chef Talk, Kyle Cherek heads over to Company Brewing in Riverwest to chat with chef Rosy Rodriguez about life as a line cook, the similarities and differences in restaurants, her family and more.
121. World Championship-winning cheese from Wisconsin? Yes, please.
It's been almost 30 years since it happened the last time, but a U.S. cheese just won the World Championship Cheese Contest. And guess what? It was a cheese made right here in Wisconsin.
122. Palomino closed for kitchen expansion; reopens Thursday
If you've driven past and noticed that Palomino in Bay View is dark, your eyes have not deceived you. But, the closure is just temporary, says Valeri Lucks, co-owner of the bar and restaurant.
123. Cooking stage showcases tasty side of Realtors Home & Garden show
The Realtors Home & Garden show is on its way, starting March 18. In addition to home improvement and design ideas, some of Milwaukee's best chefs will be sharing tips and tricks on the Fresh Cookie Patio stage.
124. How much do you "loaf" it? Milwaukee skylines made from bread
If you thought Milwaukee was a town made of cheese, beer and bratwurst, you just might be wrong. In fact, in this particular case, the city is made of bread.
125. New Chick-fil-A locations prompt grand opening promos
Wisconsin will gain Chick-fil-A locations in both Oak Creek and Racine this week. In celebration, there will be breakfast giveaways, overnight parties, giveaways and book drives beginning March 8.