Milwaukee restaurants and bars edge closer to a smoke-free existence today as Diablos Rojos Restaurant Group announces its new "no-smoking inside" policy for Saturday and Sunday brunches.
"Smoking will be accommodated on our patios," according to co-owner Mike Eitel.
Eitel, who co-owns the restaurants with Eric Wagner, also noted that additional changes to the smoking policy are scheduled for this summer.
In other news, the patio furniture was delivered today to Cafe Hollander, 2608 N. Downer Ave. Watch for the tables and chairs to go up in the next several days.
Diablos Rojos Restaurant Group owns Trocadero, Fat Abbey Cafe, Café Hollander, Cafe Centraal, Nomad World Pub and a coming-soon Café Centraal location in Wauwatosa. The group also is pursuing several projects outside Milwaukee.
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