Prosit! Raise a glass to a grand German tradition in one of Milwaukee’s beer gardens or halls. A beer garden is a community gathering place that the whole family will love, usually open May-October, but the beer halls are full of good cheer all year round. Grab a brew, and enjoy tasty treats like bratwurst and pretzels, music and good company.
Kayak through downtown, take a brewery tour or just chill on the patio. You deserve it. Make this weekend a Milwaukee weekend.
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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.
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.
Go for a ride with fashion designer and cyclist Nicole on Milwaukee’s unique and challenging 24 hour long bike race and carnival-like event, the Riverwest 24. It’s an all day and all night bicycling race through the streets of the vibrant Riverwest neighborhood to promote biking in an urban environment.
The Bloody Mary is no joke in Milwaukee. A limp stick of celery as a garnish? Not here. This iconic brunch beverage is turned up to eleven at Milwaukee eateries, topped with everything from mini-burgers to bacon, lobster claws to sushi rolls and everything in between.
The readers of SAVEUR, in our humble opinion, have pretty good taste. So we’re thrilled that they chose Milwaukee as a runner-up for “Destination-Worthy Old-School Bar Scene” in the magazine’s inaugural Good Taste Awards.
If you’ve never been to Milwaukee, you may not know what to expect when you see “cheese curds” on the menu at the local watering hole.