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 TheatreMay 30CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WARGet ready to pick a side and join the nonstop action playing out on two fronts! Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War finds Steve Rogers/Captain America (Chris Evans) leading the newly formed team of Avengers in their continued efforts to
Oriental TheatreMay 30A BIGGER SPLASHA sensuous portrait of desire, jealousy and rock and roll under the Mediterranean sun, A Bigger Splash stars Tilda Swinton as rock legend Marianne Lane, who’s recuperating on the volcanic island of Pantelleria with her partner Paul (Matthias Schoenaerts).
VON TRIERMay 31Quizmaster TriviaPlay the weekly trivia quiz and compete for prizes every Tuesday.
The East SideJun 05Sunday BrunchTime to take it down a notch and enjoy a long brunch at one of several East Side places. Each offering a different atmosphere, creative dishes, brunch drink specials & more. We've got a list of options..
VON TRIERJun 07Quizmaster TriviaPlay the weekly trivia quiz and compete for prizes every Tuesday.
FEATURED EAST SIDE BUSINESSES
Beans and BarleyA specialty deli, market and full restaurant specializing in all things healthy, delicious and vegetarian-abundant.
Kashou CarpetsMilwaukee's oldest & most trusted name in carpets since 1910. For nearly a century Kashou Carpets has continued to offer unparalleled service. The greatest selections!
The Hotel FosterThemed as a prohibition-era hotel lobby bar with antiques, crafted cocktails and a carefully curated selection of beers from around the world. Live music, film screenings and other creative happenings take place here.
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.