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.
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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.
You may think of cheese and bratwurst when you think of Milwaukee, but there’s no shortage of delicious vegetarian and…
Wine and cheese? Of course. Beer and cheese? Sure! Cheese pairs quite well with…pretty much everything,
Milwaukee is a city that honors its history, so it should come as no surprise that classic favorites like diners, supper clubs and cocktail lounges are still thriving alongside the innovative restaurants that make up the city’s new-school dining scene. If you’re looking to party like it’s 1938 or just want a killer #ThrowbackThursday post, don’t miss these retro-fab dining and drinking establishments while you’re in town.
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.