By Andy Tarnoff Publisher Published Feb 18, 2010 at 9:14 AM

"Bar Month" at OnMilwaukee.com is back for another round! The whole month of February, we're serving up intoxicatingly fun articles on bars and clubs -- including guides, the latest trends, rapid bar reviews and more. Grab a designated driver and dive in!

Burnhearts
2599 S. Logan Ave.
(414) 294-0490

In just a few short years, Burnhearts has become one of those bars on many peoples' "best of list." If a new tavern could have an old soul, Burnhearts really would -- it skillfully blends good music, stiff drinks, bartenders with tons of personality and a vibe that can best be described as "brothel chic."

Menu: About 15 interesting beers on tap and dozens more in bottles and cans. Look for hard-to-find favorites from co-owner Jess McCluskey's native Australia.

Price: Reasonable, though not especially cheap, unless you go for the daily specials, like $3 Furthermore beers on Mondays or $2 Pabsts and shots of Powers on Wednesday.

When to go: Burnhearts is one of those bars that can be just as crowded on a Monday night as it is on a weekend. Still, it's big enough that you can usually find a place to sit, but maybe not at the bar. DJs are spinning seemingly all the time, so the vibe is gonna be great.

Dress: This is hipster central, so expect to see people who've put a lot of effort into dressing like they don't care. Also, lots of beards.

Don't miss: Free shuffleboard in the back, and a wall of vintage nudes near the bathrooms. Talking about pin-up photos is a great way to break the ice.

Parking: Ample for this part of Bay View. Best-case scenario, you'll park right in front. Worst-case scenario, half a block away.

Andy is the founder and co-owner of OnMilwaukee.com. He returned to Milwaukee in 1996 after living on the East Coast for nine years, where he wrote for The Dallas Morning News Washington Bureau and worked in the White House Office of Communications. He was also Associate Editor of The GW Hatchet, his college newspaper at The George Washington University.

Before launching OnMilwaukee.com in 1998 at age 23, he worked in public relations for two Milwaukee firms, most of the time daydreaming about starting his own publication.

Hobbies include running when he finds the time, fixing the rust on his '75 MGB, mowing the lawn at his cottage in the Northwoods, and making an annual pilgrimage to Phoenix for Brewers Spring Training.