Richard Yau

Richard Yau

2019 BizTimes Bravo! Entrepreneur Award winner
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Downtown Dining Week unveils menus for 37 participating restaurants

Downtown Dining Week unveils menus for 37 participating restaurants

Event takes place May 30 to June 6.
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Quaker Steak & Lube planning to expand, return to Milwaukee area

Quaker Steak & Lube planning to expand, return to Milwaukee area

Aims to open one to five restaurants in coming years.
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Lobster and seafood festival coming to Fiserv Forum public plaza

Lobster and seafood festival coming to Fiserv Forum public plaza

Will take place from Aug. 16 to 18.
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1983 Arcade Bar closing on Old World Third Street

1983 Arcade Bar closing on Old World Third Street

Business sold, space will soon house new concept.
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Iconic Milwaukee German bar Von Trier has new owners

Iconic Milwaukee German bar Von Trier has new owners

Sold to local bar owners Brian Eft and Mark Zierath.
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Lowlands Group to open beer garden in Tosa Village

Lowlands Group to open beer garden in Tosa Village

Slated for early June opening.
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Sneak peek at the new Saint Kate’s food and beverage offerings

Sneak peek at the new Saint Kate’s food and beverage offerings

Marcus' arts-themed hotel slated to open in early June [PHOTO GALLERY].
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5 minutes with… Peter and Lou Liapis

5 minutes with… Peter and Lou Liapis

Brothers Peter and Lou Liapis opened healthy fast-casual concept Grassroots Salad Co. in 2015 as a kiosk at Brookfield Square. It serves made-to-order salads, wraps and juice. They ...
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Meli restaurant in Waukesha has closed

Meli restaurant in Waukesha has closed

After four years of operation.
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Broken Bat Brewing Co. to relocate to larger facility next spring

Broken Bat Brewing Co. to relocate to larger facility next spring

Magic-themed brewery will move into Broken Bat's current location.
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Haribo plans to make 132 million pounds of gummi candies annually in Wisconsin

Haribo plans to make 132 million pounds of gummi candies annually in Wisconsin

Company seeking approvals for manufacturing and warehouse buildings.
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