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Purple Door Ice Cream comes to Indulgence in Shorewood

Published April 20, 2017

It's scream-worthy news for Shorewood, as Indulgence Chocolatier's prepares to add Purple Door Ice Cream to its boutique. In preparation, the local chocolate shop will undergo renovations over the next month to add a dipping cabinet.

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Sendik's in Shorewood closing

Published March 4, 2017

John Nehring and Anne Finch-Nehring, announced Saturday on Facebook that their Sendik's location in the Village of Shorewood is closing.

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The Ruckus in Shorewood now open for dinner service

Published Feb. 22, 2017

Looks like you can grab a Ruckus burger tonight for dinner! After halting its dinner service in January to work out a few kinks, The Ruckus, 4144 N. Oakland Ave. in Shorewood, has announced that it will resume dinner service starting today.

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Goody Gourmets ready to pop with new look in Shorewood

Published Jan. 27, 2017

I was a bit taken Aback when I stopped at Goody Gourmets in Shorewood yesterday, and saw it closed. No need to worry, though, the space is just getting a facelift and ripping out some old carpet. The popcorn, in all of its amazingness, will remain the same.

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After busy opening weekend, The Ruckus makes changes to service hours

Published Jan. 23, 2017

Last week, we gave you a first look at The Ruckus, the new fast casual restaurant serving up burgers and ice cream in Shorewood. Originally, the restaurant announced it would be open from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. However, it appears the restaurant is making some changes to its hours.

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Bring The Ruckus: A look at Shorewood's new burger & ice cream shop

Published Jan. 18, 2017

The Ruckus, a new fast casual restaurant from the owners of Colectivo, launched today at 4144 N. Oakland Ave. And if the line of onlookers present when the restaurant opened at 10:30 a.m. was any indication, Shorewood is in for something special.

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What's all The Ruckus in Shorewood?

Published Nov. 7, 2016

It's sprouted quickly in the Village of Shorewood, growing from an old Verizon store's ashes into a well-designed, soon-to-be new restaurant that embraces the charm, scale and walkability of the neighborhood. Here's a photo gallery of The Ruckus, coming soon to Oakland Avenue.

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The Ghost Train hits the tracks in Shorewood

Published Nov. 1, 2016

The Ghost Train, a new public art project - or, to use the creator's language, an "artistic sensory experience" - made its debut last night at the Oak Leaf Trail Bridge and Capitol Drive in the Village of Shorewood.

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Crave Cafe now open in Shorewood

Published Oct. 5, 2016

Crave Cafe, a new takeout restaurant specializing in burgers, opened this weekend on Oakland Avenue in Shorewood. The restaurant, which takes the place of Runaway Meatball is owned by David Wu of East Garden Chinese.

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Camp Bar in Shorewood plans expansion

Published Aug. 2, 2016

Camp Bar in Shorewood will soon be even bigger and better, thanks to two separate plans approved by the Village of Shorewood. Improvements include the addition of a 40-foot long parklet, adding an additional 20 seats to the current sidewalk patio space.

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City's first surf shop rolling into Shorewood

Published June 23, 2016

Jake and Alaina Bresette will open Milwaukee's first surf shop, Lake Effect Surf Shop, in mid-July at 1926 E. Capitol Dr. The couple, who are both surfers, chose the location, in part, because of its proximity to Atwater Beach.

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Shorewood shines with the world's only "invisible house"

Published June 15, 2016

You might think that searching for a home referred to as "the invisible house" would be tough to find. It also might raise questions like, "Is there an invisible garage?" and "What about the inhabitants? Are they invisible, too?" Well, here's the scoop, folks.