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Dining - Aug. 30, 2016
RAWR! Easy Tyger fights hunger with fall benefit for Hunger Task Force
Itching to do some good as the harvest season approaches? Mark this date on your calendars. On Monday, Oct. 3 beginning at 6 p.m. Easy Tyger, along with six of Milwaukee's best restaurants, will serve up delicious eats to benefit for the Hunger Task Force.
Dining - Aug. 29, 2016
What you must try at the inaugural Big Gig BBQ
From smoky ribs to savory brisket, barbeque lovers are sure to find a favorite among the offerings from ten barbeque vendors at the Big Gig BBQ on Sept. 4. But, with so many options, which ones should you be sure to try? We asked the vendors.
Dining - Aug. 29, 2016
MPS ProStart culinary program serves up bright new options for students
The new ProStart program aims to engage students in the culinary arts while providing tools to jumpstart their careers in the growing food industry. And it could be one of the most exciting things to happen to Milwaukee's culinary scene so far.
Dining - Aug. 29, 2016
Chef Joshua Rogers takes helm at Iron Horse Hotel
There's a new executive chef at the helm at the Iron Horse Hotel. Chef Joshua Rogers joins the hotel from the Cheeca Lodge & Spa. Rogers will lead the hotel's team of culinary professionals at Smyth, Branded and The Yard as well as catering operations.
Dining - Aug. 26, 2016
Pastiche prepares for Downtown location opening on Sept. 1
The window signs are up, and Chefs Michael Engel and Rachael Karr are preparing for a Sept. 1 opening of the new Downtown location of Pastiche in the Hotel Metro, featuring a dinner menu modeled after its former Bay View location's offerings.
Dining - Aug. 26, 2016
3 dishes: Irie Zulu's Yollande Deacon
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 have to offer. In this edition, we talk with Chef Yollande Deacon of Irie Zulu in East Tosa.
Bars & Clubs - Aug. 25, 2016
Third Space brews up its first batch of beer, sets sights on September opening
The first grains have been milled and the shiny new kettles are bubbling at Third Space Brewing as brewmaster Kevin Wright fires up the brewery's very first batch of beer. We've got a preview of the beer the brewery will launch as soon as mid-September.
Dining - Aug. 24, 2016
Peru meets Japan in new Nikkei sushi offerings at C-Viche
Before you gasp in disbelief that a restaurant specializing in Peruvian, Mexican and Ecuadorian fare serves sushi, we'd like to clarify it's not just any sushi. It's Nikkei sushi, a spectacular cross-pollination between Peruvian and Japanese cuisines.
Dining - Aug. 23, 2016
Tickets on sale Friday for "Barefoot Contessa: Ina Garten" at the Riverside
Best-selling cookbook author and Food Network star Ina Garten will be back in Milwaukee for a show at the Riverside Theater on March 8. Her performance will offer an insider view of her hit television show, "Barefoot Contessa," along with a Q&A.
Dining - Aug. 22, 2016
3 dishes: Plum Lounge's Adam Pawlak
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 Adam Pawlak of Plum Lounge on Jefferson Street.
Bars & Clubs - Aug. 19, 2016
Broken Bat begins basement brewery build-out
The Historic Third Ward will get a new brewery next spring, thanks to the efforts of business partners Tim Pauly and Dan McElwee. Broken Bat Brewing Company is moving in on Buffalo Street. And yes folks, it's going to have a baseball theme.
Bars & Clubs - Aug. 18, 2016
Get a taste of Indianapolis at Sunday's cocktail takover at the cheel
Experience the collision of Milwaukee-made spirits and Indianapolis ingenuity during a special cocktail takeover this weekend at the cheel in Thiensville. The event features a one-night-only menu created by bartenders from the Libertine Liquor Bar.
Dining - Aug. 18, 2016
JB's on 41 goes fresh with new menu and beer pairings at Junction Bar & Grill
The Junction Bar & Grill has released a new menu with a focus on fresh ingredients along with craft beer and food pairings. The restaurant, located inside JB's on 41, has a reputation for its housemade pizzas. But a new menu features fresh new offerings.
Dining - Aug. 17, 2016
Sendik's to host Hatch chile pepper roasting events at select stores
We've entered the dog days of summer, and Sendik's is celebrating with a special offering: Hatch chile peppers from New Mexico. These unique peppers, which are common in Southwestern cooking, are rarely - if ever - found in Wisconsin in their fresh form.
Dining - Aug. 17, 2016
Red Dot Tosa expands, makes menu changes
Questions are still looming about the fate of the former East Side location of Red Dot, which is currently in the process of being sold. But we've got the low down on improvements to the East Tosa location, where business is growing.
Dining - Aug. 17, 2016
Does Portillo's taste as good outside of Chicago? We dine and dish
Milwaukeeans are warming up just swimmingly to the Chicago-born Portillo's concept in Brookfield - a good thing since a new location is on its way to Greenfield. But how is the food? We sampled some of the fast-casual chain's most popular items.
Dining - Aug. 15, 2016
Former Garden Room in Shorewood to become The Atrium
New plans are in the works for the building at 2107 E. Capitol Dr. Most recently occupied by Mod Gen, the "modern general store," the building was also the former home of The Garden Room as well as the Anaba Tea Room and later Tochi ramen shop.
Dining - Aug. 14, 2016
10 tickets released for Plate Collective Dinner at dandan
Plate Collective dinners feature unique dishes made by talented chefs which are served up in beautiful handmade pottery created by local artist, Kate Riley. The next dinner will take place on Sept. 18 at dandan in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward.
Dining - Aug. 12, 2016
Limited tickets available for annual rosé dinner at c.1880
The annual rosé dinner at c.1880 has become one of the most illustrious celebrations of summer, with the initial event selling out with unprecedented speed. However, a second seating on Aug. 24 means that a few more rosé lovers can get in on the fun.
Dining - Aug. 12, 2016
Stone Creek enacts multi-year expansion plan with new Madison cafe
By the end of 2016 Madison, Wisconsin will have its very own Stone Creek. The new cafe is part of a multi-year strategy to open new cafes in both the Madison and Chicago markets, as well as expanding the coffee company's reach in the Milwaukee area.
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