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Dining - Sept. 23, 2017
Izzy Hops Swig & Nosh will open next week on East Side
The East Side's newest sports bar and restaurant, Izzy Hops Swig & Nosh, is slated to open on Wednesday, just in time for the Milwaukee Film Festival. The restaurant is located on Murray Avenue, next to another brand new venue, Kawa Ramen and Sushi, which also opens this week.
Dining - Sept. 22, 2017
Kawa Ramen and Sushi to open Monday on the East Side
There's sushi -- and authentic Japanese ramen -- coming to the East Side next week. Kawa Ramen and Sushi will open next week with a menu that features a range of appetizers, entrees and sushi along with four authentic ramen options.
Marketplace - Sept. 22, 2017
First to Wisconsin: Kendra Scott
The story of Kendra Scott could just as easily be titled: "Wisconsin Girl Makes Good." After all, this trend-setting jewelry mogul has made a name for herself and her brand, not only for the company's wares, but also for its philanthropic ideals.
Dining - Sept. 22, 2017
On the Burger Trail: The signature burger at Bibinger's in West Bend
One of the best parts of the Burger Trail series has been exploring burgers at hidden gems outside of the immediate Milwaukee area. And recently, I found yet another burger gem just 40 minutes outside of town at Bibinger's.
Dining - Sept. 21, 2017
MOTOR shows off dining room upgrades, new Can Room
If you haven't been to MOTOR Bar & Restaurant in a while, there's good reason to make a visit. The riverfront restaurant not only has one of the best patios in the city, the staff has also been hard at work making improvements and adding a new casual venue called the MOTOR Can Room.
Dining - Sept. 21, 2017
Strange Town aims for October opening
In May, we reported a new bar and restaurant, Strange Town, would open in the former Allium space on Prospect Avenue potentially sometime this summer. A conversation this week with co-owner Andy Noble offers hope for an opening that coincides with the Milwaukee Film Festival.
Dining - Sept. 20, 2017
The Original offers creative takes on familiar fare
The Original officially opens its doors to the public at 2498 N. Bartlett Ave. on Thursday, Sept. 21 at 4 p.m. In the meantime, we've got a first look at what you can expect from the casual upscale eatery that has moved into the space that formerly housed Red Dot.
Dining - Sept. 20, 2017
Hungry Sumo brings sushi, Thai dishes and more to Bay View
Bay View seems to be getting its sushi in spades. The popular food truck Sushi Go's brick and mortar restaurant opened earlier this month. And now, Hungry Sumo, the second of three (with Sushi Yuki still on the way) sushi restaurants has opened its doors.
Dining - Sept. 19, 2017
10 of the best lakeside patios in Lake Country
When it comes to patio dining, there's nothing more relaxing than a lakeside seat where you can enjoy the fresh breeze and the sound of the water lapping against the shore. And some of the best patios of the bunch can be found in Lake Country.
Dining - Sept. 18, 2017
SafeHouse unleashes two delicious missions for National Cheeseburger Day
It's National Cheeseburger Day and SafeHouse has issued two special missions in alignment with the goal of ensuring all Milwaukee area agents are well fed during the month of September. The first mission must be completed alone; the second with your family.
Dining - Sept. 18, 2017
Top 5 old-school Burger Trail burgers
There's a reason why some of the area's old-school joints serve up some of the best burgers around. They might not be loaded with frills or special toppings. But, they're well-executed burgers, made with quality ingredients, that all come with a big sloppy side of nostalgia.
Festival Guide - Sept. 15, 2017
Proposed Oktoberfest promises to invigorate neglected MacArthur Square
Something big is coming. And it promises - not only to bring people together in celebration of life and German culture - but also to reinvigorate an urban plaza many have grown to see as a useless eyesore. Are you ready for the largest Oktoberfest in Milwaukee history?
Dining - Sept. 15, 2017
Milwaukeeans take coffee to new levels at Door Co. experimental coffee bar
Two former Milwaukeeans are going where few coffee shops have gone before at a new cafe in Sister Bay. Billed as Door County's newest forward-thinking coffee destination, Discourse is the brainchild of Ryan Castelaz and partner Chris Johnston.
Dining - Sept. 15, 2017
On the Burger Trail: The Kitchen Favorite at Fuel Cafe on 5th
Fuel cafe's second location on 5th Street is a cleaned up version of the original Fuel with an expanded menu and spacious industrial chic digs compete with a cafe, mezzanine and plenty of seating. There are also burgers, one of which we tried on our last visit.
Dining - Sept. 14, 2017
Melt Chocolates plans storefront at Lincoln Warehouse
The Lincoln Warehouse is building a name for itself as a destination for beer, cocktails and more thanks to tenants like Enlightened Brewing Company, Twisted Path Distillery and Dock18 Cocktail Lab. But, beginning sometime in October, you can add chocolate to that list.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 13, 2017
Third Space marks anniversary with uniquely Wisconsin beer release
When Kevin Wright and Andrew Gehl decided to move back to their home city of Milwaukee to start a brewery, they had no idea what to expect. But after a very successful first year in business, they're celebrating with an anniversary bash and a uniquely Wisconsin brew.
Dining - Sept. 13, 2017
The Original promises Midwestern comfort with a side of community
The Original will officially open its doors to the public at 2498 N. Bartlett Ave. on Thursday, Sept. 21. And when you step inside the doors of the former Red Dot, you're likely to be amazed by the transformation.
Dining - Sept. 12, 2017
Brunch to expand its breakfast brand in Brookfield
Brunch, the downtown restaurant specializing in breakfast and brunch dishes, will soon have a sister restaurant at the Sendik's Towne Centre, 18985 W. Capitol Dr. in Brookfield.
Dining - Sept. 12, 2017
Coffee and homemade pie on the docket for new Full of Beans Cafe
What is it you look for in a coffee shop? A relaxed vibe? Great coffee? Something to nibble? A quiet space to read a book or get work done? Those are all things JoAnn and Rob Hausknecht hope to bring to Full of Beans Cafe, a coffee shop opening in Walker's Point.
Dining - Sept. 12, 2017
Jet's Pizza will open soon in former Melthouse Bistro space
More pizza is on its way to the East Side. Jet's Pizza is slated to open this fall at 1857 E. Kenilworth Pl. That's the former home of Melthouse Bistro, the hand-crafted gourmet grilled cheese restaurant that closed in 2015.
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