There's always something exciting happening in Milwaukee! Here's what's on tap this week.
- Check out mercadoMKE, a hub of helpful info about Latino-owned businesses! You might just discover restaurants, clothing shops, handmade items, a service directory and much more.
- It’s Milwaukee Black Restaurant Week! Treat your team and your family to meals at our community’s Black-owned restaurants at least once this week.
- South Shore Terrace Beer Garden will reopen for Milwaukee Day! Whitnall Park’sbeer garden will follow soon after and open on April 21.
- Villa Terrace’s new exhibit Villa Incognito: Latent Narratives in the Permanent Collection features a very special surprise: the return of the Dake Gallery overmantel. This elaborate and commanding hand-carved overmantel was built as a component of the Dake Gallery paneling. Because the ceilings are not high enough to accommodate it, it has been in storage until now.
- Resonance Food Co., the Bradley Symphony Center’s hospitality partner, has a curbside meal program called Sound Bites To Go. Simply place your order before Thursday at 5 p.m. each week, and select your pick-up time for Saturday evening. On Saturday, pull up underneath the marquee, and they will bring everything out to you.
- Pat’s Rib Place, famously endorsed by Oprah herself, is coming to the Milwaukee Public Market!
- Milwaukee Public Museum and America’s Black Holocaust Museum are partnering for the United States debut of Nelson Mandela: The Official Exhibition, a new, global-touring exhibition on loan from Round Room Live that takes visitors on a personal journey through the life of the world’s most iconic freedom-fighter and political leader.