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Fri, Jun. 11th, 2004, 10:42 pm
celerystick2004: Dude...

So last Thursday I was feeling a craving for vintage, so I looked up vintage stores in M'waukee. And google came up with http://www.bradystreet.com/. Which led me to find out about this delightful section of town.

Dude. If you guys need somewhere to go some evening, a Saturday afternoon or whatever, Brady Street is absolutely wonderful. Seriously, the place is full of tea houses, boutique stores, art galleries, coffee shops, outdoor cafes and of course VINTAGE stores!

Anyone been down to Brady Street lately?

Sun, Jul. 25th, 2004 01:12 pm (UTC)
space2share: agreed

that's actually one of my favorite places in the city. my favoritest pair of shoes are from sol, and that greek..diner? bistro? has great food. and.. and there's so much more! i want to go back sooo badly i only make it out to actually shop about four times a year. you should try starship, too - it's maybe a block or two away, with amazing clothes &other things. but yeah, definetly a great place.

Sat, Jan. 22nd, 2005 11:55 pm (UTC)
seneca_baternik: i know brady st. represent

i know brady. my older brother used to live 2 blocks over from brady. after drinking on water st we would stop at jimmy johns for a late night sandwhich. mmmm good. also theres some decent bars there. i think its called the high hat bar real nice laid back place. there is also a stoner bar around there with a shuffleboard game. odds are someones getting high in the back. i love that place. well i moved out to cali and he moved out to kentucky so i dont think i will ever go there again. i miss brady.

Thu, Jul. 14th, 2005 06:48 pm (UTC)
orangemike: Brady Street now vs. then

I lived on Brady Street back when it was still hippie and cheap: one of the biggest publishers of underground comix started there, there was the Brady Street Days street fair, etc. Now it's "hip" in the expensive and snotty sense of the term. My old apartment was in the Banana Building over a used-book store, about twenty feet above what is now the parking lot of the strip mall at Farwell and Brady.