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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Oro di Oliva readies its third location

Freshness is key when buying olive oil. An olive is at its peak the moment it is picked from a tree, so every month that olive oil sits on a shelf, it breaks down, its flavor...
Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Find the perfect Milwaukee venue for you

Choosing a venue for a wedding can be a tough decision. It has to be special in some way, whether it reflects the bride and groom's values and beliefs or just offers a great view. Many newly engaged couples find the process exhausting...
Thursday, April 26, 2012
New vendors continue to open in the Milwaukee Public Market (400 N. Water St.)—by June, Nehring's Family Market will join the list. One business that has been in the market since Day 1, however, is Aladdin. The Middle Eastern deli became...
Thursday, July 7, 2011

Short Orders

In addition to its original destination in West Allis and a second site at the Milwaukee Public Market, West Allis Cheese & Sausage Shoppe recently added a third location on the East Side (2974 N. Oakland Ave., in the former Bella's Fat Cat). This version differs from the others in that it offers a café and deli and tables...
Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Spice House shares lore at the Milwaukee Public Market

To discourage Europeans from searching for their precious cinnamon supplies, early Arab traders concocted an elaborate myth about the spice's origins. They insisted that the spice only grew in areas inaccessible to humans, but within reach of large, predatory birds that built their nests from cinnamon...
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Social Network: A group of health advocates clustered at Thief Wine in the Milwaukee Public Market to pre-function before heading upstairs for the Wisconsin Community Fund’s celebration of 27 years of “change, not charity.” Among them were the program’s emcee Paul Nannis, former city health...
Sunday, Nov. 15, 2009

Milwaukee Public Market

More than just a good place to find something great to eat, Milwaukee Public Market is carrying on a tradition. With its location in the Commission Row area of Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward, t
Thursday, April 23, 2009

Food Crawl Walking Milwaukee’s culinary past

Milwaukee’s cuisine is an edible storybook telling a tale of our state’s thriving agricultural production and our city’s unique cultural diversity. The ethnic grocery stores and specialty food shops that dot the city speak of the immigrants who opened businesses to sell the familiar comforts of home. Compelled to tell the...
Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Public Market’s East Coast eats

The Milwaukee Public Market continues to adapt in its search for the right group of vendors. El Rey recently closed, but Rupena’s is now selling its meats at the market. Another change can be found at the St. Paul Fish Co., where this vendor of all types of seafood continues to expand. St. Paul Fish Co. began as an...
Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2008

Thief’s exceptional wines

Standing before a looming wall of wine at the local wine shop or liquor store, you wouldn’t be alone if you felt overwhelmed when faced with the task of picking a bottle. How do you choose which one to buy? Do you base your decision on the type of grape used, the wine’s region of origin or the winery where it was...