Q&A: Thomas Hauck on Milwaukee’s changing dining scene, closing of c.1880


If Milwaukee diners love a specific restaurant, then they should make sure to express their adoration by patronizing that establishment.

It's a sentiment that's so obvious and common sense that it seems like it doesn't need to be said, but it's a fact that local restaurateurs say diners tend to forget — especially when they hear of an established dining spot closing its doors.

"It's crazy because we announced the decision that we are going to close in six weeks and we’ve never been busier,”…

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