5 things to know in Milwaukee food and drink news this week

‘Streetcar on Lincoln’ adds to winter dining

The Lowlands Group has added individual dining cars to its outdoor winter dining experiences at Centraal Grand Café & Tappery, 2306 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

Located along the Lincoln Ave. side of the corner café, the “Streetcar on Lincoln” features three individual dining cars available for 90-minute increments. A streetcar rental is $50, with seating in each car limited to six people, and includes a Lowlands Snackuterie Box, with the option to order from a full menu of food and beverages.

Lowlands intends to keep the streetcar dining available as long as the city’s Active Streets program allows. Reservations are available online at lowlandswinter.com

BelAir Cantina, known for its tacos, is part of Cozy at the Corners dining week in Brookfield.

Cozy at The Corners dining week

The Corners of Brookfield will feature “Cozy at The Corners” Winter Dining Week from March 1 to 6. Meal deals for individuals and families are available for both dine-in and takeout, and range from $10 to $15 for individual meal packages, and $40 to $55 for family style meals.

Featured menu items include tortilla soup and tacos from BelAir Cantina, mac and cheese from Café Hollander, and vegan chili from Goddess & the Baker. For a full list of participating restaurants and menus, visit thecornersofbrookfield.com

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