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10.22.2014 | 96 days ago | Posted at 01:04 PM
By Jamie Lee Rake
Phil Anderson's “Blues After Dark” was the one local show to survive for a while as the local 1290 AM frequency switched from African-American talk and grown folks music (blues, gospel, smooth jazz, r&b oldies) music WMCS to its current WZTI Martini Radio adult standards format. Anderson may no longer have an air shift on Milwaukee airwaves, but the man with one of the cheer...
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
On a hot summer day, the best time to enjoy the outdoors is in the morning. Why not start with an outdoor breakfast? On weekends, you'll find no shortage of places at which to enjoy brunch while seated outside. Finding a place...
Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2011

Outdoor terrace adds new touch to longtime favorite

Harry's Bar & Grill is one of the few real bars in Shorewood, a place where you can feel comfortable drinking a beer and watching a baseball game on the flat-panel TVs. But Harry's also is very much a restaurant, with an international bistro approach and fare that includes fish...
Saturday, Jan. 1, 2011

at Whole Foods Market

...The brunch is from 11am-3pm New Year's Day. Chef Jordan Short will provide the perfect cure to your New Year's Eve hangover with a delicious brunch for your aching stomach...
Friday, Dec. 31, 2010

at Brocach

...They will offer 2 for 1 Bloody Marys and Mimosas. Reservations are recommended. Looking for a place to watch the Rose Bowl, Brocach will be showing the game on their second floor...
Saturday, Jan. 1, 2011

at The Rogue

...Enjoy a spectacular spread of chef-prepared classics accompanied by Mimosas, Bloody Marys and much more. The perfect beginning to an exciting new year. Add an overnight stay on Saturday, January 1 for...
Monday, Dec. 29, 2008
Breakfast is "the most important meal of the day." Lunch is all too often fast food or something you scarf while you're plowing through the workday, since America hasn't adopted the tremendously civilized siesta. Everyone puts their focus on creating tasty dinners. I'd venture that upwards of 90% of wine pairings, tastings, et al focus on dinner. But what about brunch?
Saturday, Aug. 30, 2008

Middle East Buffet

Casablanca (728 E. Brady St.) offers outdoor seating, a lounge where it’s possible to smoke from a water pipe, and a pleasant dining room. The large menu, which is strictly vegetarian on weekdays, sets high standards for Middle Eastern food. A first timer might want to try the weekday lunch...