At CherryBerry Self Serve Yogurt Bar, customers grab spacious yogurt cups and head to self-serve yogurt dispensers, where they'll be met with a rotating selection from more than 50 flavors. Then they can top their yogurt—which is made from real dairy and contains live and active cultures—with more than 50 toppings, such as cereals, candy, fruits, sprinkles, or nuts.
Family Owned, specialize in authentic italian Bakery/Breads/Sweets. Full-service Deli including Deli Meats, Panini's, Sandwiches, Soups. Spaghetti Dinner on Wed Nights from 5 - 7 pm runs October thru April. Dine in or Carry Out
Featured on Morning Blend and in the Journal Sentinel for its merger of nutritious eats and fat-busting workouts, Fit Food Trainer invites students into group classes led by certified personal trainers. Tone both tummies and rumps with Butts and Guts' muscle-firming drills, or turn the spotlight on stomachs with a Cardio Core class. Alternately, hands can hoist dumbbells and weighted balls at Bells and Balls, which took out its third component, Bills, after clients' check-signing hands kept cramping up.
Every day, Breadsmith kneads and breeds made-from-scratch breads, honoring the practices of centuries-old French bakers. The delectable dough sculptures receive the royal treatment, with all delicate yeast bubbles bursting inside of a 6-ton stone-hearth oven. The oven's sweltering heat creates a cushy crust for American-style breads. In the presence of lightning-quick steam injections, European-style breads take on a crisp, crumb-dressed outer core. April's daily bread offerings range from $3.65 to $7.50 a loaf and include french baguettes ($3.65), pepperjack sourdough ($7.50), country buttertop ($5.05), raisin cinnamon ($5.55), and apple pie bread ($6.70). Use today's Groupon to fill up the family with lusciously leavened loaves fresh from the oven—or wait for them to go stale and then wield them as harpoons during the next potato-soup hunt.
Sweet Frog’s frozen-yogurt flavors go beyond the norm. In addition to cookies ‘n’ cream and greek yogurt with honey, the lineup of 75 varieties includes maple-bacon donut, cake batter, and dulce de leche. Patrons can sprinkle on toppings such as fresh fruit and candies, then savor their confetti’d confections in the lime-green-and-pink restaurant. Smiling frogs and funky white hanging lamps give the stores an air of fun, but founder Derek Cha is interested in giving more than that to the community; through Sweet Frog, he sponsors children in need and dispatches frog mascots to those who need encouragement.
Art Bar, called a "Painter's Paradise" by Urban Milwaukee magazine, isn't your typical watering hole. In its enchanting interior, hundreds of soda bottle caps create an argyle pattern on pillars, wine corks stud an oval-shaped bar, and paint-by-number pieces—depicting everything from horses to the Virgin Mary—plaster a wall.
The kitschy aesthetic offers a glimpse into the creative mind of owner Don Krause. Krause left his former career as an interior designer for Ethan Allen to brave the trials of opening a bar in Riverwest. And he did it his way: His joint pours more than 40 microbrews by night and Alterra coffee by day in a space adorned with the rotating creations of local artists. The beer lineup includes seasonal brews from Bell’s, Founders, Lakefront, and New Glarus, as well as “mystery beers” served for three bucks cloaked in a crumpled brown bag—the way Wisconsin dignitaries drink. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel describes the venue as “a feast for all senses” and “one of the hottest spots in Riverwest,” thanks in part to its comedy, musical, or artistic events.