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Pizza coming to The Point!
Pizza coming to The Point!

Fixture Pizza Pub coming to Walker's Point

Fixture Pizza Pub is opening soon in Walker’s Point at 625 S. 2nd St. in the former Boom / The Room space.

This is good news for the neighborhood, which lost the popular Times Square Pizza a couple of years ago.

Stay tuned to OnMilwaukee.com for more information when it becomes available.

The cafe, inside the Plaza Hotel, had been closed for about six weeks.
The cafe, inside the Plaza Hotel, had been closed for about six weeks.
A fresh, new look for the dining room.
A fresh, new look for the dining room.
The cafe now sports updated appliances and exhaust system.
The cafe now sports updated appliances and exhaust system.
The cafe seating now includes booths, too.
The cafe seating now includes booths, too.

Cafe at the Plaza reopened today

Cafe at the Plaza, 1007 N. Cass St., reopened today after being closed for renovations since March 30. The original plan was to reopen in time for Mother’s Day, but a few minor setbacks pushed back the date.

Fans of the Art Deco cafe and eatery inside The Plaza Hotel will be happy to know it looks very much the same as it did, but now with state-of-the-art appliances and exhaust system to better accommodate dining demands during busy times.

The dining area has new tables, chairs and booths and, according to an employee, there is an updated prep room downstairs.

The Cafe at the Plaza is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. for breakfast and lunch. It will soon be open Thursday through Saturday evenings for drinks and small plates.

More pizza on Oakland.
More pizza on Oakland.

Sal's Pizza coming to East Side

Sal's Pizza will soon open at 2974 N. Oakland Ave., and plans to offer calzones, salads, sandwiches and, of course, pizza.

The space is the former home of Bella's Fat Cat and West Allis Cheese & Sausage Shoppe. It will, however, always be the Mister Donut location to me. Longtime Milwaukeeans, you know what I'm talking about.

Two Bucks is done.
Two Bucks is done.

Two Bucks will lose corporate license

Two Bucks, 2321 N. Murray Ave., will soon close after Two Bucks Of America moved to revoke its franchise license earlier today based on an alleged racist incident.

On Sunday, OnMilwaukee.com was the first to question what happened at Two Bucks on Friday night. Later, a "Boycott Two Bucks Milwaukee" Facebook page spurred activists to protest in front of the bar and restaurant. 

Two Bucks Of America posted this message from COO Eric Nugent: