Milwaukee’s Third Ward
You’re going to love this episode, because everyone loves Brady Street! John Gurda explains how this historic neighborhood developed into a "live local" haven with extremely loyal residents. Nowhere else will you find longstanding icons Glorioso7rsquo;s, Sciortino’s, Roman Coin, and Wolski’s next door to newcomers like Thai-namite, Hybrid and Dry Hootch. At Zaffiro’s and Cempazuchi’s, John could have spent the whole episode eating, but he shops and visits, too, because the unique people and places on Brady Street can't be found anywhere else. He explores vintage goods at Dragon Fly, Art Smart Dart Mart, Fabrizio Capelli Salon, Saints and Sinners Tattoo Co.; and, talks with Father Tim at Three Holy Women. What a place! It all fits on Brady Street because it is "Wide Open"