Results tagged with 'wine'
Published July 21, 2017
With beer season in full swing - though of course it's always beer season in Brew City - I admit I've fallen a bit behind on tasting new wines. But I have set my mind to the task - and I know you're thinking, hard work - and uncorked a few that I'm sharing with you here.
Published July 17, 2017
There's something delightful coming to the old LA Family Barbers space. And the venue's name and tagline are as clever as can be. Charles E. Fromage, "a place where adults can be adults," is both a play on words and an apt description of what guests will find.
Published July 1, 2017
Summerfest has always been a great place to fill up on cold beer and fried foods. But, it's traditionally been a virtual wasteland for wine lovers. All that has changed this year, thanks to the inaugural run of the Corkscrew, a wine bar located just outside the American Family Insurance Amphitheater.
Published June 29, 2017
We tried a virtual smorgasbord of items off the new lunch menu at Rare Steakhouse. And we've deemed it not only a great spot for an impressive business lunch, but also a great spot to stop for a mid-day glass of wine (or two) and appetizers.
Published June 7, 2017
What many don't realize is that this Midwestern getaway produces a remarkably diverse selection of wines. Traditionally known for its fruit-based wines, an increasing number of wineries are now working with cold-climate grapes like Maréchal Foch, Marquette, Vidal, Seyval and Frontenac.
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Milwaukee: A Love Story
by Sukey Pett
What I knew about Milwaukee when I moved here two years ago: that Rod Stewart and Jerry Lee Lewis had done great covers of "What's Made Milwaukee Famous", that there was a lot of beer here and it was in the Mid...
In an industry where the odds are stacked against the artist, Brett Newski is weathering the storm. From 2011-2014 he toured six continents, playing over 600 shows in America, South Africa, Australia, Asia, and Europe. Newski’s hard-driving folk energy has been compared to t...
Warren Wiegratz, Pam Duronio & Tim Stemper combined their creative passions to form a lively & contemporary jazz•pop bossa•samba music ensemble called VIVO. Although Warren is famed for his saxophone work, you’ll also have the opportunity to experience his flute & m...
A spontaneous, combustible and genre-bending fusion of zydeco, blues, roots rock and even Tex-mex. Copper Box’s sound connects the upbeat sounds of the upper Midwest with southern soul and fills it with groove and grit! Watch CBx bring in 2013 at nines --- http://www.yo...
Sawdust Symphony is an "American New Grass" string band, blending traditional bluegrass style with high energy contemporary musical forms. The members of the band are all from the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area. The group combines the members varying playing experience in bluegrass, old-...
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