Anodyne Coffee Roasting Company’s recently opened roasting and packaging facility at 224 W. Bruce St. has been awarded organic certification by the nonprofit Midwest Organic Services Association (MOSA). In order to be certified, Anodyne had to prove that its organic products would not be in contact with non-organic matter and meet other processing, handling and offering criteria.
Founded earlier this year, the nonprofit Troop Café (3430 W.
Wisconsin Ave.) is serving the community wholesome, delicious meals while
providing U.S. veterans paid job training and employment in the culinary and
hospitality business. Off the Cuff sat down with Manager Chris
The nonprofit Milwaukee Pets Alive (MPA) recently purchased 100 community donation boxes for $776 ($476 for boxes and $300 for shipping) from an overseas vendor, but ended up receiving the shipment from the Chinese company Hotsun with much of the merchandize significantly damaged.
As MPA’s Executive Director Lisa Grabowski states in the organization’s press release, “$776 is a fortune...
Rich with zesty herbs, flavorful spices and fresh ingredients central to the Thua Thien-Hue Province of Vietnam, Hue Vietnamese Restaurant’s unique take on Vietnamese cuisine has made the restaurant a favorite in Bay View since it opened there in 2010. Owners Carina Tran and Mark Nielsen now hope to find similar success in another neighborhood: They announced that they will be opening a second l...
Artists, art and K-12 educators, students, mentors, non-profit youth workers and university staff all born and raised in Milwaukee were the driving force behind STITCH Milwaukee’s Community Mural Project. This organization focuses on providing safe spaces for young people and community members to share their creativity. The project directly involved community youth and adults in both the design ...
Thirty-five years ago, John Sidoff and his wife, Cindy, became the third set of new owners of the iconic Hooligan’s Super Bar, converting the original “nickel beer and quarter shot” bar into a restaurant that now offers a popular food menu and an impressive beer selection. The couple, which also owns Von Trier (just down the street), say they are moving into "semi-retirement," so what better...
Downtown Port Washington offers brilliant views of Lake
Michigan, a picturesque Main Street with mom-and-pop shops and a variety of
eateries. Tello’s Grille & Café (200 W. Grand Ave.) is a family owned
restaurant nestled in a gorgeous Queen Anne-style building with a cozy patio
Make a trip to Milwaukee’s West Side and grab a
wholesome, inexpensive meal at Troop Café (3430 W. Wisconsin Ave.). This
nonprofit eatery offers the public delectable snacks and entrées while