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Published Sept. 23, 2016
The new owners of the Brady Street building that houses Mimma's met with the restaurant operator, Girolama "Mimma" Megna, and asked her what she wanted to do with the 28-year-old restaurant. Mimma has decided to retire and the future of the space is under consideration.
Published Sept. 16, 2016
Jeno and Lorenzo Cataldo, the owners of Jo-Cats Pub, 1113 E. Brady St., bought the building next door that houses Mimma's. The future of the Italian restaurant, which opened in 1988, is yet to be determined.
Published Sept. 15, 2016
This is Brew City, so it should come as no surprise that we value Milwaukee's beer-soaked history. And Regano's Roman Coin has been a part of that tradition for five decades. In honor of it Regano's is throwing a party and we asked Teri Regano about it.
Published Aug. 3, 2016
Pepi's Place opened in its East Side home at 1330 E. Brady St. last February. But, according to an announcement posted on the restaurant's Facebook page Tuesday night, the restaurant has served its last slices of pizza inthe shiny new digs.
Published June 28, 2016
After 16 years, Annette French plans to close the doors to Dragonfly, 1117 E. Brady St., in early 2017. Dragonfly, a funky hive of new and vintage goodies, was one of the East Side's go-to shops for gifts, clothing, jewelry and unique household items.
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I had never been to the Brady Street Fest, but after last Saturday's bash on Brady, I'll never miss another one.
Down the city's most hip and diverse street in all of the land, the scene looked more like a brochure of "Visit New Orleans" than Milwaukee on Saturday. There was a sk...
The Garage, connected to Brady Street's popular hangout the Hi Hat, has undergone a major face-lift in the past few months. Before, it seemed like an afterthought to the Hi Hat, void of any distinguishing ambiance. Although, the wide open space was a nice place to catch your breath to when the ...
Brady Street has always been home to an eclectic mix of dwellers and establishments ranging from classy to creepy in a matter of a block or two. That’s all part of its unique charm.
Back in 2005 when Nomad and Trocadero owner, Mike Eitel, opened Balzac, I was skeptical because it to...
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