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Friday, March 6, 2009

Why Rockabilly Thrives on Milwaukee's South Side

The Bay View neighborhood on Milwaukee’s south side is a living time capsule, much of it untouched by the past half-century...
Monday, July 2, 2012

Local Artists on Display in Milwaukee Restaurants

When you think of displays of art, you might conjure up visions of chic Downtown galleries where paintings can sell for up to $10,000. However, that's not the only place you can find art on display in Milwaukee. There are several restaurants, and a bar...
Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011

Sandwich

The sandwich selection at this longtime Bay View favorite is eclectic and worldly. From the East, there's a Mediterranean steak pita, an Indian chicken pita and a falafel pita. From the South, there's a chipotle chicken pita, with black bean salsa...
Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Short Orders

Lamb is the type of meat that typically should be cooked on the rare side. In fact, in most cases a well-done rack of lamb seems almost criminal. However, it is possible to cook it thoroughly and still have a good, tasty piece of lamb. This is the case with the Turkish lamb pita served at Juniper 61 (6030 W. North Ave...
Friday, April 9, 2010

Metro Milwaukee Dining Guide

Bacchus is an expensive place that has it all: a setting overlooking Lake Park, a spacious luxurious interior, an innovative contemporary American menu and fine service to match. The small touches, like flatware being replaced at every course, justify the expense. Dinner entrees include a selection of steaks...
Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009

LuLu owners’ newest venture

Sarah Jonas and Cameryne Roberts know how to run a restaurant. Their Cafe LuLu, located in Bay View, continues to be a popular place for casual fare like salads, sandwiches and pizzas. Now the duo has added a second establishment, this time in Wauwatosa. The name is Juniper 61, and it opened last December...
Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2009

This Week in Milwaukee

Friday, Jan. 9, Revolush w/ Chief @ Shank Hall, 10 p.m. Few Milwaukee bands are more proudly stuck in the past than Revolush, a group transfixed by the sounds of the late ’70s, a time when wiry young bands like XTC pushed rock in quirky directions that would lay the groundwork for the next wave of underground...

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