Bombay Sweets

Bombay Sweets serves East Indian vegetarian cuisine, offering full meals for a price some restaurants charge for an appetizer. Read more

Short Order

When Rachel Vandermause, pit master of Iron Grate BBQ, heads out to eat, she doesn’t go too far from the smokers she has to keep an eye on starting very early in the morning. Read more

Dining Out


Lacey Muszynski shares her favorite "cheap eats" in Milwaukee. Read more

Dining Out

Todd Lazarski shares his picks for the six best ethnic food neighborhoods in Milwaukee. Read more


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It's impossible to miss thenew Potawatomi hotel building, jutting up 19 stories out of the Menomoneevalley just south of downtown. The area has been revitalized in recent years,with new businesses, bike paths, green spaces and restaurants. The .. Read more

Happening Now

TheAlchemist Theatre is playing host toone of the most ambitious new works projects of the coming theater season withits New York Stories Trilogy. Set in New York in the 1960s and1970s, the trilogy. In its entirety, the trilogy runs from March.. Read more


Many people like Bombay Sweets for its simplicity: There is no table service, plates and cutlery are made of plastic, and the offerings are strictly vegetarian. The food is very good—some of the very best East Indian cuisine in the area... Read more

Dining Preview

Although a sign at the door says "Indian Fast Food," Bombay Sweets (19555 W. Blu Sweets is open 11 a.m.-9 p.m. daily. Call (262) 780-2998 for carry-outs. ,Dining Out Read more

Dining Preview

In what's usually a sign of very, very poor ticket sales, the Turner Hall Ballroom announced today that Wednesday night's Gang Gang Dance/Marnie Stern concert is now free. Though the co-headliners each had breakthrough years, earning cheers from m.. Read more

On Music

Winners in the Best v category for Best of Milwaukee 2008. Read more

Best of Milwaukee 2008