Brunch, ham, carrot cake and more are provided by area restaurants this Easter.
This is a creative way to support local restaurants during a difficult time.
Local businesses say, if you truly support them, don’t go through the big businesses. Start with the little guy.
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This indispensable and (we say) indisputable resource will hook you up with just the eating and drinking vibe you’re looking for — from the ideal alfresco table to the most succulent street food.
Small plates and tapas might be a waning trend in Milwaukee as many restaurants move toward “shareable plates” and traditional entree portions. These 6 establishments still offer the small plate experience.
Industry insiders say there’s more to the recent spate of closings than Milwaukee’s simply having too many restaurants.
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