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Articles tagged with 'Dining'


Riverwest dining guide

Published Oct. 19, 2016

It would only make sense that a neighborhood as eclectic as Riverwest would have a dining scene just as eclectic, providing a taste of something for all appetites. Here's where to check out next time you find yourself roaming through Riverwest with a rumbling gut.


Wauwatosa dining guide

Published Oct. 15, 2016

Wauwatosa's dining scene has evolved dramatically over the recent years, exploding with new options from the string of North Avenue eateries on the east to the new options at the Mayfair Collection on the west and right down in the heart of the Village itself.


Milwaukee's best bar food, 2016

Published Oct. 13, 2016

The readers have spoken and they've got something new in mind for Milwaukee's best bar food. There was plenty of change with this category, as three new establishments were voted into the top five this year and last year's winner fell to fifth.


Rapid Review: Tanpopo Ramen & Sushi

Published Oct. 11, 2016

For a seemingly quiet, low-key suburb, Hales Corners is full of surprises. Case in point: Tanpopo, a restaurant bringing brimming bowls of authentic ramen to the world of Milwaukee suburbia - and cooking up a pleasantly sized following as a result.


Rapid Review: Service Industry Night at Screaming Tuna

Published Oct. 10, 2016

Mondays are generally not a prime night for eating out. It's the beginning of the week, many restaurants are closed and people are coming off the weekend and more inclined to stay in. But if you deign to dine out, and want good food and a great experience, Screaming Tuna is the spot.


2016 German restaurant guide

Published Oct. 10, 2016

Despite this summer's closing of the iconic Gasthaus restaurant, which operated for more than three decades in Waukesha, Milwaukee still boasts a selection of impressive German restaurants, some of which are world-renowned.


Chef Talk: Jonna Froelich of I.d.

Published Oct. 9, 2016

In the latest episode of Chef Talk, Kyle Cherek sits down with Jonna Froelich of I.d. in the Delafield Hotel to chat about working in a boutique hotel, cooking without ego and the lack of female chefs in the industry.


Modern dining: Making a statement and keeping it simple

Published Oct. 7, 2016

In addition to OnMilwaukee's awesome restaurant reviews, dining guides and chef profiles, Steinhafels would like to give you some fresh ideas for entertaining at home! Here are some of the trends peaking this season, which look to have staying power.


Rapid Review: Oscar's Pub & Grill

Published Oct. 5, 2016

It's been five years since Oscar Castaneda opened Oscar's Pub & Grill in the Clarke Square neighborhood, and to many diners' delight, neither the service, quality nor the prices have changed much at all.


Empire Building hosted a historic legacy of high-end hospitality

Published Oct. 3, 2016

For over 125 years, there has always been a gathering place at the corner of Plankinton and Wisconsin. If the walls of today's Empire Building could talk, they would tell stories of nightlife empires rising and falling, formidable fortunes made and lost, and the brave and foolish gamblers who made history happen.


Gross food we ate as kids

Published Oct. 3, 2016

Sorry to call you out, moms and dads, but the fact is most of us grew up eating some really nasty food. It's not really our parents' fault, though. Let's blame the `70s. And the `80s. And the `90s.


Chef Talk: Easy Tyger's Evan Greenhalgh

Published Sept. 23, 2016

In the latest episode of Chef Talk, Kyle Cherek sits down with Chef Evan Greenhalgh of Easy Tyger to chat about trying to define Easy Tyger, the Milwaukee food scene and just what the heck the difference is between tapas, small plates and shared plates.


Chef Talk: Merriment Social's Andrew Miller

Published Sept. 8, 2016

In the latest episode of Chef Talk, Kyle Cherek sits down with Chef Andrew Miller of Merriment Social to chat about what he likes to cook on and off the job, as well as sticking out in the growing Milwaukee food scene.