Carnival Milwaukee Partner Feature
The following restaurants or caterers participated in our 2015 Carnival Milwaukee Food Tasting. They are locally owned and operated businesses that contribute to the local economy and vitality of our community. We encourage you to patronize and support them!
Mr. Perkins Family Restaurant
2001 W. Atkinson Ave., Milwaukee * Phone: 414-447-6660 * Mr. Perkins Family Restaurant
Perkin’s Family Restaurant serves real, down home, fill-you-up Soul Food. Known for their smothered chicken, collard greens, mac-n-cheese, and the best Soul Food breakfast in Brew City.
Pepper Pot Catering
Phone: 414-628-7032 * Pepperpot Catering MKE
Pepper Pot Catering is a professional food service that specializes in weddings, social events, and corporate events where high standards are required. Dwight is a native Jamaican who has cultivated the art of Caribbean cuisine through family recipes that have been passed down through the generations.
UEDA Member Milestones
The Water Council and Partners debuted 3 initiatives to accelerate pilot sites, research and entrepreneurship in the water technology industry. More about the initiatives here >>
Congratulations to the graduates of the 2015-2016 Associates in Commercial Real Estate (ACRE) class! Read more about the program that is administered by LISC Milwaukee here >>
SEWRPC is hosting their next round of interactive public workshops for VISION 2050 from November 9 through the 19. There will be seven workshops around the Region—one in each county—open to the general public. Find the regional workshop schedule on the VISION 2050 website >>
Charged with overseeing the renaissance of Milwaukee’s West Side, Keith Stanley, Executive Director of Avenues West Association and the new Near West Side Partners, Inc, shares his vision for rejuvenating an area of the city just west of downtown. Read more here >>
The City of Milwaukee HOMEGR/OWN Initiative was recently named as a SXSW Eco Award Winner for their work to inject design and placemaking into the transformation of over 20 vacant, city-owned lots . View all winners here >>
WWBIC has awarded funds through the Small Business Administration’s Program for Investment in Micro-Entrepreneurs (PRIME), These organizations help low-income entrepreneurs gain access to capital to establish and expand their small businesses. Read more >>
Congrats to Outpost Natural Foods Co-op on opening their fifth location inside the new Innovation and Wellness Commons. Grand opening of the development is set for Friday, October 30. Read more >>