Results tagged with 'aladdin'
Published May 28, 2012
Name the biggest and most eclectic food court in the Milwaukee area. I bet you didn't think of the Milwaukee Public Market in the Historic Third Ward. The market has dramatically remade itself since its 2005 debut, becoming a large and lively restaurant and bar that also offers coffee, candy, wine, baked goods, frozen custard, grocery items, flowers, tee shirts, packaged spices and kitchen gadgets.
Published April 5, 2010
My weekend walks around Downtown yielded a few "scoops," and here they are.
Published Oct. 28, 2009
What began as a family-owned restaurant on Mitchell Street evolved into a Brady Street emporium of Middle Eastern delights. Following in their parents' footsteps, brothers Alaa and Nasser Musa opened the second generation of Casablanca, serving traditional kabobs, falafel, stuffed grape leaves and shawarma.
Published Sept. 22, 2009
Travelers passing through the Downtown Intermodal Station now have a new option for refreshments.
Published April 8, 2009
In January 2008, I blogged about the need for coffee and dining options at Milwaukee's new $15.8 million Amtrak Depot / Intermodal Facility. Here's good news from a local restaurant with big flavors.
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Sometimes the best thing for me to do is to walk into a situation blind. Cold turkey. Depending on the situation, of course. The annual run of Storming the Bastille was one of those situations. It is a 5K (3.1 mile) run that marks the opening of my favorite Milwaukee festival, Bastille Days. It i...
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