Jordyn Noennig, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Jordyn Noennig

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Past articles by Jordyn:

Hatched bakery owner will achieve a lifetime dream with a new cafe in Wauwatosa

Allison Cebulla, owner of Hatched, opened in a commercial kitchen in 2018. After struggling through the pandemic, she's ready to start a cafe. → Read More

La Pina plans to open on Cinco de Mayo as a tequila and mezcal bar in former Triskele's space

The new bar will offer wine, beer cocktails, tequila, mezcal and margaritas on tap. → Read More

Heirloom MKE food truck looking to take over Lazy Susan space in Bay View

Heirloom MKE in Bay View will be a full service restaurant providing from-scratch elevated dishes and crafted alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails. → Read More

A remodeled Rise and Grind Cafe on King Drive will reopen after being shuttered for nearly 3 years

Rise and Grind Cafe is reopening after a closure that started with the COVID-19 pandemic and was extended by contracting issues. → Read More

Green beer in Milwaukee: How food coloring helps sell a whole lot of light beer

Distributors have a huge week of sales around St. Patrick's Day, when green beer pushes sales of the lighter brews to about double their usual volume. → Read More

Upscale Galleria restaurant and server training center aims to bring new life to Northridge Lakes area

Upscale Galleria plans to feature food with diverse cuisine serving breakfast, brunch and dinner, a full cocktail menu and live music. → Read More

Plans for Milwaukee's newest food truck park are underway on the west side

The food truck park, to be called Minka, hopes to attract a diverse group of food trucks, including those serving vegan, Mexican, barbecue and more. → Read More

Former Chancery on Downer space to become SereniTea, serving bubble tea, smoothies and more

SereniTea is filing for a cafe/coffee shop license and tavern license. The site has been vacant for 15 years, since Chancery closed. → Read More

Milwaukee Country Transit System will provide free rides on St. Patrick’s Day thanks to Miller Lite

Rides on Milwaukee County Transit System will be free on March 17 from 6 p.m. until end of service. → Read More

Milwaukee chef Adam Pawlak wins battle on Food Network's 'Superchef Grudge Match'

Pawlak, the winner, got to keep a knife from his opponent and $10,000. → Read More

Draft & Vessel owner is looking to bring a beer truck park to Walker's Point this summer

The plan is to have four vintage trucks outfitted with tap lines in a garage on the property, with the rest of the space being outdoor seating. → Read More

Shamrock Shuffle, parades, green beer: Here's how to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Milwaukee

Milwaukee St. Patrick's Day celebrations take place over three weekends in March. → Read More

New beverage operator plans cocktails and pre-show dinners for Skylight Music Theatre

F Street Hospitality has taken over beverage operations at Broadway Theatre Center, and it plans a variety of changes, including adding cocktails. → Read More

Pomona Cider Company, Milwaukee's second cidery, opening on the east side

Pomona Cider Company cidery will have its soft opening March 4 and grand opening on April 6. Its ciders are mostly dry, Normandy style. → Read More

Milwaukee musician looking to reopen Gibraltar music venue in Third Ward

Gibraltar was a bar and live music venue at 538 W. National Ave from 2015 to 2018. It could get a new home. → Read More

The Jazz Estate rebranded: The Estate now offers elevated cocktails and less live music

"A lot of it was the cocktail part is more sustainable right now, to be really honest with you, as well as not having a cover," owner John Dye said. → Read More

'Tokyo dive-bar meets Milwaukee pub:' Japanese-themed Red Maple to open in Walker's Point Saturday

Initial offerings at Red Maple, 100 W Maple St., include sake, Japanese beer and more. Food offerings could come this summer. → Read More

Pizza Man restaurant might occupy former Stubby's Gastropub spot

Stubby's, at 2060 N. Humboldt Blvd., closed in December last year after 12 years of business on the east side. → Read More

Egg & Flour’s Adam Pawlak is back on national television in new Food Network cooking competition

Milwaukee chef Adam Pawlak, who competed on Fox's "Hell's Kitchen" in 2021, is back on TV, this time in a more direct head-to-head contest. → Read More

Free brats and beer for all on Fred Usinger Day at the Old German Beer Hall

Old German Beer Hall is celebrating Fred Usinger Day, Feb. 23 by giving all patrons free sausage for the 16th year. → Read More