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Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010

Short Orders

The urban modern (with retro flair) style of the Radisson Hotel (2303 N. Mayfair Road), its lobby decorated with colorful paintings of Milwaukee landmarks, was a striking addition to Wauwatosa when it opened in the late ’90s. Along with accommodating visitors to the metro area, the Radisson’s restaurant and bar (especially the bar) provided...
Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010

More than just sports

Milwaukee plays host to an enormous bar league culture that offers its participants an opportunity to play games, make friends and unwind in the clubhouse, which, in this case, is a bar. Leagues operate year-round, and offer a range of activities to suit your personal taste, from old-school bar games such as darts and billiards to sports like volleyball and Irish hurling, from drinking games such...
Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010

Old bar gets some new love in Milwaukee

A historic East Side bar slowly loses its luster, and nearly its life, before the owners of a thriving bar across the street decide to invest a considerable amount of money, time and energy in resurrecting...
Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2009

Two’s target for love

Red accents and dim lighting cloak this bungalow-styled tavern from the street. Candles on each table light the room in a soft glow and the Beatles' "All You Need Is Love" plays softly on the jukebox. Behind the bar are blue-illuminated shelves stocked with top-shelf bottles and Delirium on tap. Since opening in November, Two (718 E. Burleigh St.) has become a love-soaked arrow of a bar. Nestled against the Art Bar in Riverwest, its intimate...
Friday, March 21, 2008

Burnhearts

Perhaps no other establishment better captures the changing face of Bay View than this bar, which despite opening just this summer is already packed to the brim with regulars. Located on the corner of Logan and Potter, just a block or two off of South Kinnickinnic’s beaten path, Burnhearts attracts the . . .
Friday, March 21, 2008

Hi Hat Lounge

This is a great place for a romantic, after-work rendezvous or a post-dinner drink on the fashionable East Side. The main bar of the split-level establishment is located down a flight of stairs. The bar area is dimly lit, with small tables available for private conversations. The food is top-notch, as are the cocktails, particularly . . .

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