If you’re out late and your stomach starts growling, there’s no need to resort to the nearest drive-thru. Try one of these local favorites for late night eats sure to satisfy after a long, hard day of having fun.
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If you’re looking to explore Milwaukee before (or after!) you head to the festival grounds, check out these local watering holes! Located right next to the festival grounds, the Historic Third Ward is filled with delicious restaurants, and several farther-flung local bars offer free shuttles during the summer’s largest festival: Summerfest.
The NY Times Frugal Traveler gave two thumbs up to Milwaukee, calling the city “vibrant and cheap,” which, hey – we’ll take it.
With over 800 acts playing on 11 stages over 11 days, it’s no surprise that Summerfest is the world’s largest music festival. This Milwaukee tradition is a summer favorite for locals and visitors alike – get the most out of your Summerfest experience with this rockin’ to-do list.
Visit the Marquette University campus, home to the oldest church in the U.S., the St. Joan of Arc Chapel. The legendary chapel was built more than five centuries ago in the little French village of Chasse and eventually transported to Marquette, where it was reconstructed stone-by-stone.
Film producer Jack Turner and other local filmmakers are capturing the best of Milwaukee on film. They need your help. Show us the Milwaukee you love through a video, photo or written work.
Ride along with Milwaukee’s most famous cab driver, Rory, as he carries fares throughout the night all over Milwaukee. Rory has been living in Milwaukee most of his life. He’s been driving a cab here for 16 years. He loves live music, and helping the out-of-towners — and even the in-towners — get where they want to go.
Whether you’re a competitive athlete, a weekend warrior or a sporting event organizer – Milwaukee has a winning lineup that includes first-class facilities, hard-working teams and non-stop entertainment.