Once a bastion of 1960s counterculture and the focus of a revitalization
effort in the early ’90s that following a period of gentrification, the
eccentric nine-block stretch of homes, storefronts, bars and restaurants known
Though they share the same kitchen, the Hi Hat Lounge and Hi Hat Garage are very different in character. The Lounge opened in 1998 in an old Cream City brick schoolhouse. It has an intriguing interior. The street level is
may not be the music that made Milwaukee famous, but the local scene has been
looking vibrant lately. Credit that development to the young generations of
musicians who have inherited the scene and made it their own. Enough of the
city’s veteran players remain—some
As part of the “12 Drinks of Christmas” promotion to raise money for the Hunger Task Force, a dozen Milwaukee bars and cocktail lounges are featuring special menus of holiday cocktails through the end of the year. Participating bars include...
The outdoor tables at the Hi Hat Lounge (1701 N. Arlington Place) are some of the East Side’s most coveted spots for casual dining. The lounge’s neighboring facility, The Garage, has now added a weekday lunch menu that will allow more time to sit in the sun or eat indoors.