Milwaukee Restaurants – Catch 22 MKE http://catch22mke.com/ Fri, 20 May 2022 11:41:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 http://catch22mke.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/catch-22-mke-icon-150x150.png Milwaukee Restaurants – Catch 22 MKE http://catch22mke.com/ 32 32 You have to go to La Casa de Alberto http://catch22mke.com/you-have-to-go-to-la-casa-de-alberto/ Fri, 20 May 2022 11:41:38 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/you-have-to-go-to-la-casa-de-alberto/

Walker’s Point has a number of good Mexican restaurants, and one of the best is La Casa de Alberto (624 W. National Ave.). All my friends had mentioned this place since I moved to the neighborhood, and honestly, it took me too long to make it a regular spot.

Believe it or not, I have a sensitive stomach and Mexican food doesn’t always work in my favor. But there’s something so fresh about the food at La Casa de Alberto that I always go home full but never sick. They serve you with fries, pico de gallo, chipotle sauce and super hot salsa before you even order your drinks. Every person who works there seems genuinely happy with their job and happy to serve anyone who sits down at a table – really. My friend Molly and I had a tough day at work and needed a stranger’s smile (plus a few margaritas).

They serve their margaritas in a pitcher without ice and a smaller pitcher with ice to make your own drinks. You almost feel like you’re at the club with bottle service when there are a lot of people in the restaurant.

Molly loves enchiladas verde and rates them as her favorite. He’s someone who’s lived in Milwaukee for a long time and has been to all the good places, so his opinion is legit. I wanted to step away from my usual order and create a plate of a la carte items to experience more of the menu than I had before. I had a sweet mole tamale, a cheesy cheese enchilada and two tacos – chorizo ​​and tilapia. Man did I order right! I had little taste of all the proteins all dressed and swaddled differently in their corn casing versions.

This is for sure my favorite Mexican food restaurant in Milwaukee because somehow it makes you feel like you’re eating healthy and the margaritas are strong without being too sweet. Well known for their mole, this is a place with a smaller menu than other places in the area but full of flavor.

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3 brand new restaurants in Ocean County, NJ that you must try http://catch22mke.com/3-brand-new-restaurants-in-ocean-county-nj-that-you-must-try/ Wed, 18 May 2022 11:04:00 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/3-brand-new-restaurants-in-ocean-county-nj-that-you-must-try/

I like discovering new restaurants and trying new things.

I saw this list of new restaurants here in New Jersey and had to check out the ones in Ocean County. From seafood to steak to delicious chicken, we have a bit of everything here on the Jersey Shore.

When we ask you what your favorite restaurant in Ocean County is, we get so many answers I’ve never even heard of.

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From beautiful waterfronts like Water Street or Beacon 70. The calm breeze and perfect view is a great way to spend a Wednesday night or a day out for dinner.

Whether with family, friends or dining with colleagues, you can never go wrong at any of our fabulous restaurants.

It’s almost summer here on the Jersey Shore. We have some of the most beautiful places to eat the perfect meal here in Ocean County along our waterfront.

These three restaurants sound really, really good from njmonthly.com.

Three new restaurants in Ocean County you must try this summer.

1 – B2 Bistro + Bar in Bayville. There is a great view at this location, right on the water. Live music and panoramic views are simply amazing.

2 – Chomp! at Tom’s River. Remember Joe-Joe’s Hot Dogs, Well Chomp! took over for Joe-Joe’s. This is the Italian hot dog. Chomp! is located on Rt. 37 in Toms River.

3 – Barbecue at sea in Seaside Heights. If you’re like me, you love barbecue. Pulled pork, brisket, wings and more. Offshore BBQ is located on the boulevard in Seaside Heights.

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The best things to do this week, according to our editors: May 16 http://catch22mke.com/the-best-things-to-do-this-week-according-to-our-editors-may-16/ Mon, 16 May 2022 18:04:54 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/the-best-things-to-do-this-week-according-to-our-editors-may-16/

1. Get instant pizza gratification

ANN CHRISTENSON, SENIOR FOOD EDITOR

So… pizza. One of nature’s most perfect foods. And nothing eases the pain of disappointment (oh, Bucks) than a pie. Flourchild (722 N. Milwaukee St.) recently joined the brick-and-mortar restaurant community, after a few years of operating as a pop-up. This member of the Third Coast Provisions/Merriment Social family of restaurants doesn’t do the standard Milwaukee-style thin crust. No, the base is plush, medium thickness, easy to grip in your hands. You can make your own or choose one of the mixed options (which include cheese curds, meatballs, and Doritos). More recently, I’ve chosen a pie that’s pushed the seasonal button – the Green Machine, a vegetable-based cover of ramp pesto, asparagus, pickled ramps, fontina, and aged mozzarella cheeses, as well as veggies. crispy artichokes. Lots of earthy flavors building on top of each other for the win!

2. Have a beer at Component Brewing

CHRIS DROSNER, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

The component opened in its new, much larger space – still in the Lincoln warehouse in Bay View, but with a much more visible first-floor entrance – in March, but it took this Tosa man a few weeks to check it. I’m glad I did. It’s a cool space, with a classic Edison-bulb taproom vibe despite the fact that the working portion of the brewery is open to the space. Co-owners Jonathan and DJ Kowalske take Component beer in two different, crowd-pleasing directions: really well-made lagers and traditional styles (hefeweizen, Italian pilsner, dunkel) for curmudgeons and oldies like me, and IPA and hazy sours for the normals. contemporary beer drinkers. My favorite beer that night was the Freiheit kottbusser, a (kind of) pale ale of German origin that Component brewed with Westallion Brewing in Stallis.

3. Lily Atomic Habits by James Clear

ARCHER PARQUETTE, EDITORIAL DIRECTOR

Maybe your life is a bit of a pile of garbage? If your answer is yes, then welcome to the club, my friend. If you want to improve yourself and, by extension, your life, this self-help book isn’t the worst place to start. Atomic Habits isn’t revolutionary, but it’s a useful compendium of ideas for both breaking bad habits and implementing good ones. One strategy I found helpful was to use small habit changes to make big ones. Clear uses the example of adding a five-minute workout to your routine, then building it to 10 minutes, then 20, then an hour, and so on. I already lift like an absolute beast, so I decided to use this strategy to gradually improve my almost absurdly poor social skills. So, to build my new social habits, I just go up to people and say, “Hi. How are you?” and then walk away. Maybe next week I’ll be like, “Good, thanks for asking.”


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4. Stroll through Milwaukee County Parks

BRIANNA SCHUBERT, ASSOCIATE DIGITAL EDITOR

I know that beautiful weather we had was all anyone can talk about last week (hello, little chat!) but seriously, it’s been tremendous outside. My favorite way to spend time outdoors has been walking around the park – my favorites include Humboldt Park in Bay View, Atwater Park in Shorewood, Lake Park and Hubbard Park on the east side. They all have beautiful landscapes and are all on the edge of a body of water, be it a pond, a river or a lake. Personally, it’s a great way to progress each day while enjoying nature, especially since I sit at a desk and stare at a computer screen all day (oh yeah, like I do right now …). I know I’m not the only one in this boat, so if you need a break or a way to relax after work, a walk in the park is, well, a walk in the park .

Humboldt Park; Photo by Brianna Schubert

5. Get your flowers and baskets from the Tehan greenhouses

ALLI WATTERS, DIGITAL AND CULTURE EDITOR

This year my husband and I got big on gardening – mostly because we bought our house from a master gardener and were pressured to participate in the neighborhood garden walk. Unfortunately we don’t know much about gardening so this weekend I thought we could put some lipstick on our pig by picking up some annuals to plant in our flower beds and pots . My mom said the best place to go in town was Tehan’s Greenhouses in Oak Creek. Of course, she was right. Not only did I find the perfect plants for my spots, but I also walked away with three stunning floral baskets. I immediately got to work planting and couldn’t believe how beautiful my yard suddenly looked. We can still fool those garden walkers!






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Shocking video shows hundreds of terrified Bucks fans fleeing Deer District shooting after playoff game in Milwaukee http://catch22mke.com/shocking-video-shows-hundreds-of-terrified-bucks-fans-fleeing-deer-district-shooting-after-playoff-game-in-milwaukee/ Sat, 14 May 2022 02:40:00 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/shocking-video-shows-hundreds-of-terrified-bucks-fans-fleeing-deer-district-shooting-after-playoff-game-in-milwaukee/

HUNDREDS of NBA fans were seen fleeing the scene after reports of shots being fired in the Deer district of Milwaukee after the Bucks-Celtics game ended.

A man was shot dead while the fans were leaving the arena. He suffered non-life-threatening injuries, according to Milwaukee police.

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A second person was also reportedly shot dead. Milwaukee police told TMJ4 News a suspect is in custody.

First responders are on scene and road closures are in effect.

The shooting reportedly took place near Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Highland Avenue.

Reports from the scene indicate that the shooting took place around 9:30 p.m., just after the match ended.

WISN12 News reports that fans leaving the arena ran back for safety.

Deer District is home to a number of restaurants and shops near the Fiserv Forum, where the Bucks play.

A watch party was going on in the neighborhood during the game, with fans lining the streets.

The Bucks reportedly set a capacity limit of 11,000 fans for the watch party.

The Bucks lost to the Boston Celtics by a score of 108-95.

The conference semifinal series is tied at three games apiece. A decisive seventh game for the series will be played on Sunday afternoon.

The investigation into the shooting is ongoing.

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Here is the lineup for the Tosa Tonight 2022 concert series http://catch22mke.com/here-is-the-lineup-for-the-tosa-tonight-2022-concert-series/ Wed, 11 May 2022 18:01:00 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/here-is-the-lineup-for-the-tosa-tonight-2022-concert-series/

Summer 2022 in Milwaukee only sounds better and better – including the return of Tosa Tonight, which recently revealed its lineup of local musical performances on stage this season.

On Wednesday nights (except one Monday night for July 4) beginning June 22, the free live music series Tosa Tonight will bring a duo of local artists to the Rotary Performance Pavilion at 1190 N. 70th St., along with live music. food and drink at local restaurants, bars and venues surrounding the stage. The music will start rocking at 6 p.m., with the main cast taking the mic at 7:30 p.m.

Here’s the lineup of musical acts and performances coming to Tosa Tonight this summer:

  • June 22 – Them Coulee Boys with Listening Party
  • June 29 – Phillip-Michael Scales with Barbara Stephan Band
  • Monday, July 4 – 52nd Street with Sarah Day
  • July 13 – Ben Mulwana Band with Tae & The Neighborly
  • July 20 – Jonny Lyons & The Pride with Alyssia Dominguez
  • July 27 – Kat and the Hurricane with Louie & The Flashbombs
  • August 3 – Porky’s Groove Machine with Holy Pinto
  • August 10 – To be announced
  • August 17 – Irish Fest Preview
  • August 24 – Rain/Makeup Date

For more information on Tosa Tonight, visit the live music series website. And stay tuned to OnMilwaukee for more free live music series and summer festival updates.

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Windows smashed in businesses in downtown Milwaukee http://catch22mke.com/windows-smashed-in-businesses-in-downtown-milwaukee/ Mon, 09 May 2022 18:09:00 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/windows-smashed-in-businesses-in-downtown-milwaukee/ The windows of several businesses in downtown Milwaukee were smashed early Monday morning. It happened around 3:15 a.m. on West Wisconsin Avenue near North Plankinton Avenue. WISN 12 saw at least 10 damaged windows at TJ Maxx, Foot Locker, Subway, Walgreens and Milwaukee. Symphony Orchestra. “I’ve never dealt with this before, so I don’t know the process,” Subway manager Hardik Pandejee said. “I just came in like wow, nothing has ever happened like this so it was really surprising that something like this happened in our neighborhood.” He said he found a broken piece of concrete on the floor in the restaurant’s dining room. “I don’t know if he was frustrated with something or what happened, but it’s weird,” Pandejee said. “It’s just cleaning. It’s going to take a while to clean it. I guess I’ll probably have to call someone to clean it. I don’t know. I’ve never had to deal with that previously.” The crews embarked to open the windows and inspect the damage. Police say a 26-year-old man from Milwaukee has been arrested. His name has not been disclosed. Charges are expected to be filed in the coming days. No other details were disclosed.

The windows of several businesses in downtown Milwaukee were smashed early Monday morning.

It happened around 3:15 a.m. on West Wisconsin Avenue near North Plankinton Avenue.

WISN 12 saw at least 10 damaged windows at TJ Maxx, Foot Locker, Subway, Walgreens and Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.

“I’ve never dealt with this before, so I don’t know the process,” Metro manager Hardik Pandejee said. “I just came in like wow, nothing has ever happened like this so it was really surprising that something like this happened in our neighborhood.”

He said he found a broken piece of concrete on the restaurant’s dining room floor.

“I don’t know if he was frustrated with something or what happened, but it’s weird,” Pandejee said. “It’s just cleaning. It’s going to take a while to clean it. I guess I’ll probably have to call someone to clean it. I don’t know. I’ve never had to deal with this before .”

Crews were mounting the windows and inspecting the damage.

Police say a 26-year-old man from Milwaukee has been arrested.

His name has not been disclosed.

Charges are expected to be filed in the coming days.

No other details were disclosed.

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Viking cruise ship arrives in Milwaukee for the first time http://catch22mke.com/viking-cruise-ship-arrives-in-milwaukee-for-the-first-time/ Fri, 06 May 2022 19:03:49 +0000 http://catch22mke.com/viking-cruise-ship-arrives-in-milwaukee-for-the-first-time/

The 2022 cruise season officially kicked off on Friday with the first-ever arrival of the octanti viking cruise ship in Port Milwaukee. The newly built 665ft long vessel can accommodate up to 628 people – 378 guests and 256 crew.

The ship’s arrival was the first of 33 scheduled cruise ship stops that will bring more than 10,000 passengers to Milwaukee this summer. That’s compared to the 10 cruise ship calls made in Milwaukee during the 2019 season, before Great Lakes cruising was halted for two years as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Viking now offers three Great Lakes cruises, including Milwaukee, one of Toronto to Milwaukee from $5,995, one from Thunder Bay, Canada to Milwaukee from $6,695 and one from Milwaukee to Thunder Bay starting at $6,495. A few of the cruises from Thunder Bay to Milwaukee are already sold out.

Adam Tindall Schlicht, director of Port Milwaukee, previously told BizTimes Media Cruise passenger traffic will generate more than $1.8 million in direct revenue for the local economy this year “and every year in the future as the industry continues to grow.”

Viking Cruises will use the port’s City Heavy Lift Dock this season as a stopover location. The South Shore cruise pier, located immediately east of the Lake Express high-speed ferry terminal, will serve as a future port of call for ships the size of the Viking Octantis. Port Milwaukee recently received $3.5 million in grants from the state’s Capital Tourism to build new Seawaymax infrastructure at South Shore Cruise Dock.

“Port Milwaukee continues to capitalize on increased interest in Great Lakes passenger cruises and increased interest in Milwaukee as a hub for passengers to begin or end their journeys,” Tindall-Schlicht said. . “In the years to come, thousands of passengers will visit our city, stay at local hotels, dine at our restaurants, and experience all the great things Milwaukee has to offer.”

Several organizations help promote the passenger cruise industry in Milwaukee and the Great Lakes. Port Milwaukee founded the Milwaukee Cruise Collaborative, which promotes the city as a cruise destination. The collaboration, which includes a cross-section of the local hospitality industry, has planned, promoted and prepared for increased Great Lakes cruise passenger numbers. VISIT Milwaukee also participates in promotional efforts.

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Roberto Placido Sandoval visited a South Milwaukee dentist in February 2019 to have three teeth fixed.

He rolled out of the chair, missing 13 teeth and bleeding so badly that he ended up in the emergency room a few days later.

He sued for negligence in January 2020, including alleging that the dentist failed to obtain his informed consent for the extreme extractions, as well as breach of contract and falsifying records. His trial named as defendants Bright Dental, on Lincoln Avenue, the dentist Muhammed Alsamarraie and his insurance company.

The coronavirus pandemic hit weeks later, closing courthouses and dental offices. During Zoom hearings, a judge, Jeffrey Conen, dismissed Sandoval’s case, saying Sandoval missed a deadline to identify an expert who would challenge Alsamarraie’s work as anything but acceptable under the standard of care. .

A few months later, on January 26, 2021, Sandoval died at age 57 of complications from COVID-19. His estate, represented by his wife, continued the appeal in his case.

Julius Andriusis is an immigration, workers’ compensation, and personal injury attorney in Milwaukee. He represented Sandoval, and now represents the estate.

This week, the Court of Appeal overturned Conen’s decision and reinstated Sandoval’s case.