Engine Company No. 3 Opening Sept. 9

                                                          Photo via Shutterstock There’s always time for breakfast. In fact, I know a good time: Tuesday, Sept. 9, which is D-Day for Engine Company No. 3 (217 W. National Ave.). That’s the breakfast-lunch place from La Merenda owner Peter Sandroni. The space – a one-time fire station – is just about ready for a hungry, relaxed audience. The kitchen is going to be busy, making jams and biscuits, curing bacon and…

C. Adams Bakery’s Doughnut Dreams

                                                     Photo via Shutterstock Holey Moley Coffee + Doughnuts (316 N. Milwaukee St.) isn’t the only Third Ward business with fried pastries on its mind. Doughnuts are in the works at C. Adams Bakery in Milwaukee Public Market (400 N. Water St.). Owner Lisa Crum plans to debut her line in October (the date pushed from late August). Among the kinds of doughnuts she’s working on are a Berliner and a bomboloni (small Italian filled doughnut).…

The Third Ward’s New Italian Joint

                                          Photo courtesy of Olga Thomas Photography It’s been a busy summer for AJ Bombers owners Joe and Angie Sorge. They revved up their baking program with the new pastry shop, Holey Moley Coffee + Doughnuts in the Landmark building (316 N. Milwaukee St.). They also hauled arse to get yet another venture off the ground before summer’s end. That’s Onesto (221 N. Broadway, 414-308-1600), an Italian place next to Sorge-owned Swig. The restaurant group is not just doing doughnuts…

Just Desserts- A Primary To Remember

MH: I’m just glad I can stop getting fliers in my mail for the 19th Assembly District primary that Brostoff won. CH: I’m really going to miss Chris Moews’ radio ads, though. He liked to remind people to vote for him, however they pronounce his five-letter last name. MH: Even after hearing the instructions, I still wanted to call him Chris Meows, which I’m sure no hardened street criminal ever has. CH: There weren’t many surprises last night, except for, perhaps, the 6th Congressional District. MH: I had picked Grothman, but Leibham has serious name recognition in a large part…

Goodkind Hosts Collaborative Dinner

                                  Kate Riley pottery photo by Adam Ryan Morris                                  The Plate Collective is a dining event unlike other dining events. On Sept. 9, six local chefs will prepare a six-course meal at Bay View’s Goodkind (2457 S. Wentworth Ave.) on plates made by artist Kate Riley, of Craft Girl Studio. Riley – whose work appeared in the May 2013 issue of Milwaukee Magazine – collaborated with the participating…