Interested in finding out about the freshest new spots in Milwaukee? From a sports bar to a consignment shop, read on for a list of the newest destinations to arrive near you.
The Mecca Sports Bar And Grill
A Kilbourn Town newcomer, The Mecca Sports Bar And Grill is a sports bar that's located at 1134 N. Vel R Phillips Ave. A 3.5-star rating from five Yelp reviews indicates that the newcomer is finding its way, but it's still in the early days.
According to the business' Facebook page, the Mecca is "Milwaukee's best sports bar featuring a 42 foot HD screen and incredible food and drinks."
This new business offers finger foods, burgers, tacos and salads, with menu items ranging from Nashville hot fried chicken to blackened salmon tacos served in flour tortillas to garlic fries. If you have a sweet tooth, try the apple fritter for dessert.
Buenavista Banquets and Restaurant
Now open at 7507 W. Oklahoma Ave. in River Bend is Buenavista Banquets and Restaurant, a Mexican restaurant and event space. Expect an expanded menu from owner Enicacio Sanchez, who is also the owner of Taqueria Buenavista and two food trucks, reports On Milwaukee. So far, three reviews have garnered this spot a four-star rating, demonstrating that it is a welcome addition to the neighborhood.
You'll find offerings like parrillada, a grilled Mexican dish with your choice of meat served with a side of fresh guacamole and pico de Gallo; choose from bistec (steak) chorizo, costillas de res (beef ribs) and pechuga de pollo (chicken breast). If you're planning a wedding or other special occasion, the banquet hall can seat up to 250 guests.
Stroll past 5020 W. Vliet St. in Washington Heights and you'll find Dandy, a vintage and consignment spot, offering antiques, gently used items and more. With five stars out of three reviews on Yelp, the newcomer is off to a great start.
This store could have been a happy hunting ground for set designers of the hit series 'Mad Men,' notes On Milwaukee. It's filled with an eclectic mix of vintage and antique goods like clocks, lamps, vinyl records and furniture. Yelpers report that the collection of items is as impressive as the fair prices. Dandy also has a 7000 square foot space that is available to rent for weddings and other large gatherings.
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