Milwaukee Restaurants

Chef Kyle Knall talks real fire cooking to Birch

[ad_1] There is nothing like fresh, local dishes caramelized by the caress of real fire. And that’s exactly what you’ll find at Birch, the reinvented Cream City restaurant, specializing in wood-fired cuisine. In this week’s podcast, we take a closer look at all of these delicacies with Chef Kyle Knall, …

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Gordo Burger’s recipe for success

[ad_1] Otallah previously operated several restaurants, including two take-out restaurants on 4125 S. Howell, the Middle Eastern restaurant Yum Yum and the Chinese restaurant Quick Wok. When he opened Gordo Burger in the heart of Bay View, local media took notice. the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Berger Express, Urban Milwaukee, About …

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Patio choice: Barnacle Bud’s

[ad_1] Once upon a time, the Milwaukeeans did not have cell phones or GPS; therefore, locating Barnacle Bud’s, 1955 S. Hilbert St., was quite a challenge. Today, however, technology makes it easier to find the mostly open-air slum and patio perched on the Kinnickinnic River. SkipperBud’s, a boat storage and …

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Patio Choice: Matty’s Bar & Grille

[ad_1] Walking through the front door of Matty’s Bar & Grill, located at 14460 College Ave., the New Berlin neighborhood bar looks like this: a neighborhood bar. X The main indoor bar has that warm, classic town bar vibe: regulars, young and old, gathered around the bar or seated around …

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Bucks fans flock downtown to watch Game 6

[ad_1] MILWAUKEE, Wis. (CBS 58) – Bucks fans are glued to televisions around town tonight, hoping to win. It’s not even a question for Dennis Blanks. “It’s going to happen tonight, guaranteed,” Blanks said. Bucks fans like Blanks are confident the team will win Game 6 and secure a berth …

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Hours, lifeguard status and locations

[ad_1] Summer is upon us and many will flock to the Milwaukee area beaches to soak up the sun. But due to staff hiring issues, many beaches do not have lifeguards. And McKinley Beach has been closed since 2020 after a series of drownings there. Here’s what you need to …

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New Denver Restaurants Open This Month | Westword

[ad_1] ^ I support Local Community Journalism Support Denver’s independent voice and help keep Westword’s future free. Either way, we’re already halfway through 2021, although the scars of 2020 persist. It’s been just over a month since all restaurant dining restrictions were lifted in Denver, and now other challenges – …

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Where are Milwaukee’s fish hotspots?

[ad_1] For her master’s thesis five years ago, Brennan Dow went fishing. But his initial project – seeking to determine if yellow perch spawned in Milwaukee Harbor – would soon become a larger search for aquatic life across the city. Dow and his professor at UW-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences, …

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Business Property Tax Elimination Gets Biparty Support – The Daily Reporter – WI Construction News & Bids – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

[ad_1] Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2021-06-23 11:40:53 – Madison, Wisconsin (AP) – A bill to abolish property taxes paid by Wisconsin companies on equipment and fixtures has won bipartisan support in the state legislature. The Republican Party proposed to eliminate taxes and included $ 202 million in the state budget to pay …

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Couple of food professionals move to Milwaukee

[ad_1] The past 15+ months have been incredibly difficult for restaurateurs. Fortunately, things are starting to improve as the country continues to turn the corner from the COVID-19 crisis. And things are about to become a lot better for restaurateurs here in Milwaukee because two of the world’s best professional …

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Lawsuits disrupt relief for restaurants

[ad_1] Lawsuits by white business owners challenging a policy that prioritized applicants for pandemic relief grants on the basis of gender and race have plunged the federal government’s Restaurant Revitalization Fund into turmoil. Tens of thousands of applicants who expected an easier path through the $ 28.6 billion aid package …

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Forget me not: Victor’s

[ad_1] Victor’s, 1230 N. Van Buren St., is possibly the biggest anomaly in the Milwaukee bar scene. First and foremost, according to director Vic Jones, it’s a nightclub that, before COVID time, drew 450 people and required 11 bartenders on weekends. But it’s also a club dinner with gargantuan portions …

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Big Boy returns after 26 years of absence

[ad_1] Chaz Hastings and Scott Carleton have signed a franchise agreement that will bring Big Boy restaurants back to Wisconsin after a 26-year absence. Both worked with Big Boy Restaurants based in Detroit to open a Big Boy store at Jerry’s Old Town Restaurant, N116 W15841 Main St., Germantown. The …

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Bucks Sweep Heat in the first round

[ad_1] For the first half of Saturday’s game with the Miami Heat, it looked like the Milwaukee Bucks might be the team we saw in Game 1 of their playoff series, rather than the team we saw in Game Two. and three. Fortunately, it was not. Milwaukee already held a …

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John R. Gerstl | 2021

[ad_1] John R. Gerstl January 25, 1936 – May 3, 2021 John R. Gerstl found peace on Monday, May 3, 2021, at the age of 85. He was born January 25, 1936, son of John and Lenore (née Sitter) Gerstl. John grew up in Milwaukee and graduated from Messmer High …

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Milwaukee businesses face a dilemma downtown

[ad_1] Remote working is changing downtown Milwaukee As the world begins to reopen, some people are realizing that they enjoy working from home. It is estimated that only about a quarter of workers returned to the Milwaukee office. MILWAUKEE – As the world begins to reopen, some people are realizing …

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Art hotels use their collections to attract audiences

[ad_1] In recent years, art hotels have become important players in the international art scene and real attractions for their cities, offering travelers the opportunity to visit their galleries even if they are not hotel guests. Carefully designed and professionally organized, these hotel galleries can often be found alongside major …

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Milwaukee area operators ask for help at hiring events

[ad_1] Credit: Unsplash, Michael Browning Bars and restaurants in Milwaukee’s East Side neighborhoods are making a collective effort to overcome an industry-wide barrier: hiring workers. Nearly 30 establishments will participate in the Greater East Side Restaurant and Bar Career Fair, which will take place this weekend at the Casablanca Restaurant …

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Chefs prioritize Asian culture and community

[ad_1] MILWAUKEE – Two restaurateurs have come together to bring their community together and put Asian culture at the forefront. Alexa Alfaro is co-owner of Meat On the Street. Its family-run Filipino restaurant and food truck embrace its roots. Adam Pawlak is the chef and owner of Egg and Flour, …

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Former art teacher has a unique painting style

[ad_1] Full-time, Nancy Lamers paints mainly in oils and watercolors. His works are both figurative and abstract, depending on the intention. Many paintings are linked to personal experience and / or art history, typically containing objects or taking place in environments of historical and / or contemporary significance. A contemporary …

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10 things to know about this fast growing burger chain

[ad_1] For all Floridians concerned, their burgers just don’t have enough butter, you’re in luck. Culver is spreading rapidly across the state. The Wisconsin-based chain – known nationally for its ButterBurgers, frozen crème fraîche and cheese curds – is the Midwest’s answer to other cult, regional chains, such as White …

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