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Lacey Muszynski

Lacey Muszynski is freelance food, lifestyle, and travel writer and editor. She's written or edited for Serious Eats, Taste of Home, Thrillist, Zagat, Cheapism, trade magazines and Madison-based The Bozho. When she's not trumpeting her native Wisconsin's food traditions or offering dining advice, you can find her putting up pickles and jams, browsing a bookstore's cookbook section, or perfecting her Bloody Mary recipe. 

Shake Shack is a well-loved NYC burger joint that finally made its way to Milwaukee, and the menu doesn’t disappoint. Read more

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A new food hall has opened on the East Side, Caribbean flavor comes to the North Side, a tavern opens for breakfast and even more tacos hit Downtown Milwaukee. Read more

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Whether you head to MidTown Grill in Wauwatosa for breakfast or lunch, you’ll get a top-notch diner experience, just like its sister restaurant down the street North Avenue Grill. Read more

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Between the welcoming atmosphere, helpful employees and exceptional sandwiches, it’s easy to see why Boo-Boo’s in Walker's Point is a great lunch stop. Read more

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The East Side gets a new café-restaurant combo, a Downtown spot rebrands itself, and more Latin flavors move into Bay View. Plus, a new spot from the owners of McBob’s (minus the corned beef). Read more

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In the 11 years that Maxie’s has been around, other Cajun restaurants have come and gone, but Maxie’s has kept chugging along. Read more

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Chef Aaron Schmude has only lived in Milwaukee for just over a year, but he’s already got a couple favorite restaurants. Read more

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With the opening of the Fiserv Forum comes a lot of new restaurants Downtown, including a Chicago pizza chain that we’ve been anticipating for years. Read more

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Whether you opt for something familiar or branch out and try something you’ve never heard of, you’re going to find a few new favorites at Pita Palace Mediterranean Cuisine. Read more

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Though the square-cut, cracker-crust pizza will probably never be totally abandoned, Milwaukeeans can’t seem to get enough other styles recently, especially Neapolitan. Read more

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While West Allis Cheese & Sausage Shoppe is a restaurant with multiple personalities, they all come together to form a neighborhood spot that’s hopping at breakfast and lunch. Read more

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When Bavette la Boucherie’s Karen Bell doesn’t feel like cooking at home after a long day at work, she’s got a couple go-tos. Read more

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A shiny, new beer hall has opened in Downtown Milwaukee, just in time for foot traffic from the shiny, new Fiserv Forum. Read more

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RuYi is a restaurant that is designed to satisfy as many tastes as possible, and with a menu that spans sushi to pho, it does just that. Read more

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While Milwaukee’s always been known as Brew City, a recent surge in the number of new craft breweries is reiterating the nickname. Read more

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Several established restaurateurs have opened new spots in Milwaukee this month, including Mediterranean, Mexican-inspired breakfast, Pakistani food and a pie bakery. Read more

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In its almost two years of operation, Shorewood’s CRAVE Café has quickly made a name for itself as having some of the most creative and memorable burgers in town. Read more

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DiModa Pizza & Hotspot, located in the space that formerly housed Trocadero, specializes in pizza, but offers takes on other Italian classics as well. Dog-friendly outdoor dining, and a great weekend brunch are also available. Read more

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A new sharable plates spot opens with one of the best views of the city, the South Side gets an eclectic mix of cuisines and two local spots open new locations. Plus, even more poke and ramen. Read more

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In this month’s “Where They Eat,” Bodegón Chef de Cuisine Jeff Badders shares his love of Morel and Pho Viet. Read more

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