Milwaukee’s second annual event toured four Third Ward restaurants in near-zero weather.
Food & Dining
Built in a former schoolhouse, Hi Hat offers a broad education in mixology.
Great corned beef and pastrami in a no-frills setting. But after 3 p.m. you’d better take a number.
After 42 years, Y-Not has become a Milwaukee institution.
Great fries, too. Here are my six favorite places. What are yours?
Founded as an “authentic Irish bar” in 1955, the Harp is still a Downtown mainstay.
Riverwest Public House is a unique cooperative bar inspired by the example of Basque workers in Spain.
Bryant’s has 80 years of history and a cocktail lounge atmosphere that is nationally unique.
Great decor and good service but the food is uneven.
For more than 80 years, Vitucci’s has been family-run and plenty popular.