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#RaiseMKE - Sept. 26, 2016
Kantian dinners seek to engage community in vital conversation
Debate without dogmatism. Respect and enjoyment. Civility and sociability. These are the goals of the Kantian Dinner Party Initiative which aims to provide a forum where members of diverse communities can engage in a respectful and democratic fashion.
Dining - Sept. 23, 2016
A life punctuated by coffee: The story of Pilcrow Coffee in Bronzeville
Meet Pilcrow Coffee: a new roaster that's settling into a new space on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in the Bronzeville Neighborhood. The company plans to roll out its coffee - including nitro-infused cold brew - to consumers in the next month or so.
Dining - Sept. 22, 2016
Camino launches house-made sausages with Saturday Sausage Fest
From its inception, Camino has consistently hit the mark with regard to both its craft beer list and menu, which has gained a reputation for its elevated bar fare. And now, they've taken things a step further by launching house-made sausages
Dining - Sept. 21, 2016
Enjoy your beer with the bears at Zoo Brew on Sept. 29
Enjoy beer from 30 breweries along with and food samples from over 20 local food vendors in various locations around the Zoo, including the Florence Mila Borchert Big Cat Country, the Peck Welcome Center and the Flamingo Patio Beer Garden.
Movies & TV - Sept. 21, 2016
Beyond popcorn: Where to eat and drink during the MKE Film Festival
The Milwaukee Film Festival kicks off on Thursday, and, unless you want to subsist for days on theater popcorn, Whoppers and bad nachos, it's probably worth your time to think about where you'll dine before and after your trips to the movies.
Dining - Sept. 19, 2016
Fox Fire Truck aims to up the ante with restaurant-quality cuisine
The number of food trucks in Milwaukee has increased exponentially, showcasing offerings from Mexican, Filipino and Jamaican fare to burgers, barbecue and more. Now, the Fox Fire Food Truck wants to up the game with restaurant-quality offerings.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 16, 2016
First look: Third Space Brewing
It's been quite a journey for Third Space owners Kevin Wright and Andrew Gehl, who have seen their new Menomonee Valley home transformed from a nondescript warehouse into a vibrant gathering space. Here's a first look at the beautiful new digs.
Dining - Sept. 15, 2016
Drum roll please: All-American grilled cheese sandwich winner
Each year, the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board hosts a contest, the Grilled Cheese Academy Recipe Showdown, challenging home cooks to submit their best recipes for creative grilled cheese sandwiches. And we've got the goods on this year's winner.
Dining - Sept. 14, 2016
Boilermakers, boards and brunch on tap at Bumstead Provisions
Bumstead Provisions is due to open in less than a week. And we've got the scoop on its offerings, which encompass a playful juxtaposition between high and low-end fare that will appeal to those who have a penchant for both the delicious and unique.
Dining - Sept. 13, 2016
The Farmer's Wife brings local, sustainable fare to West Allis
Farm-to-table dining has become best practice among restaurants located in Metro Milwaukee over the past decade, and it's the inspiration behind a new West Allis restaurant called The Farmer's Wife, which could open to the public as soon as Oct. 1.
Dining - Sept. 12, 2016
Hibachi Boy closing Sept. 14
Hibachi Boy, the Japanese fast casual restaurant located at 530 E. Mason St., has announced that it will close this week. The restaurant, which opened in April, specialized in Japanese style grilled items, rice and noodle dishes and sushi.
Dining - Sept. 12, 2016
Dining and cooking classes showcase local bounty at the Osthoff Resort
An organic garden at the Osthoff Resort now begets plentiful produce for use at Lola's on the Lake, Otto's, The Elkhart Inn, as well as for hands-on classes at the Osthoff in-house French cooking school, L'ecole de la Maison.
Dining - Sept. 12, 2016
3 dishes: Wayward Kitchen's Tyler Mason
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 Tyler Mason of Wayward Kitchen and Bar.
Dining - Sept. 11, 2016
dandan launches lunch service and announces inaugural dinner events
In just over a week, dinner won't be the only option at dandan, the Chinese American restaurant located in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward. Read for details regarding the forthcoming lunch menu as well as other details you simply need to know.
Dining - Sept. 10, 2016
Double B's takes its barbecue on the road
If you haven't made it out to West Allis to try the wares at Double B's BBQ, 7420 W. Greenfield Ave., the restaurant is making it easy for barbecue loving customers to sample its wares with the launch of a new food truck.
Dining - Sept. 9, 2016
Brewers Organics adds meal delivery thanks to chef partnership
Brewers Organics will begin offering ready-to-eat meals for delivery beginning next week. The Wisconsin-based organic grocery delivery service has announced a partnership with Zak Groh, owner of Whisk Culinary, to bring fresh, ready to eat meals, directly to customer's homes.
Movies & TV - Sept. 9, 2016
#ThisIsGrace: Catching up with Grace Ladewig in the aftermath of "The Profit"
Numerous readers have asked about Grace Ladewig, the mysterious employee featured on Tuesday night's episode of "The Profit," so we caught up with her to chat about what's transpired since her appearance on the popular show.
Dining - Sept. 8, 2016
The Chocolate Factory opens Oak Creek location
The Chocolate Factory, long known for its ice cream and subs, has opened a new location in Drexel Town Square, the Oak Creek development that includes a new City Hall and library, as well as retail stores, restaurants, shops, businesses and apartments.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 8, 2016
Raised Grain celebrates first year with special beer release
Raised Grain Brewing Company launched its brewery operations and taproom at 2244 W. Bluemound Rd. in Waukesha last September and celebrates its first year in business with an event this weekend that includes a brand new beer release.
Dining - Sept. 8, 2016
Bosley on Brady closed for reconcepting
According to a sign posted on the door at Bosley on Brady, the restaurant is closed. The sign at 815 E. Brady St. reads: "We thank you for your loyal patronage and look forward to seeing you in a few months as we remodel."
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