We offer everything you need to enjoy life in Milwaukee in just a few blocks between the Lakefront and Milwaukee River.
The East Side Business Improvement District invites you to learn more about opportunities in this vibrant neighborhood.
Oriental TheatreJun 22THE BOOK OF HENRYSometimes things are not always what they seem, especially in the small suburban town where the Carpenter family lives...
Oriental TheatreJun 22IT COMES AT NIGHTImagine the end of the world. Now imagine something worse. Award-winning filmmaker Trey Edward Shults follows his breakout debut Krisha with the psychological horror thriller It Comes At Night...
G-Daddy's BBCJun 22AMERICA'S PUB QUIZ - LEAGUE TRIVIA America’s Pub Quiz is the best live-hosted trivia show that brings a FREE quiz night to bars, pubs and restaurants throughout the Midwest hosted by G-Daddys BBC!
Nine BelowWelcome to the world's first indoor, underground Maker's Golf Tavern. Nine Below offers you a chance to forge your own course. . . nine feet underground. And as proud citizens of the fair Brew City, there is one more element that is of the utmost importance: a fully-stocked bar. This is Wisconsin after all. Located in the heart of Milwaukee's East Side, we're ready to help you make your next date night, bachelor party, or corporate event a hole-in-one.
Jazz EstateLocated on Milwaukee's Eastside, the Estate has been hosting some of the best local and national jazz musicians for more than 40 years. Unassuming and intimate, the space feels more like a neighborhood cocktail joint than a national jazz venue but looks certainly can be deceiving.
The WaxwingThe Waxwing features local art & handmade gifts at affordable prices & whenever possible, made out of refurbished or recycled materials. The Waxwing is currently home to over 100 local artists!
Izumi'sMilwaukee's Premier Japanese Sushi & Izakaya Restaurant
The East Side Business Improvement District works to enhance the E. North Ave neighborhood's appeal to businesses and customers. Businesses like Beans & Barley, The Oriental Theater and Kashou Carpets thrive as traditional mainstays, and now we are pleased to welcome several new businesses to The East Side.