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VISIT Milwaukee Visitor Information Center

Toll Free: 1-800-554-1448
Local Phone Number: 414-273-7222

Email: info@milwaukee.org

Located inside the Wisconsin Center
Inside main rotunda on First Floor
400 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53203

 

Food Makers

Milwaukee is a city of makers, and that includes food makers. From homemade pizzas to artisan chocolates and of course cheese curds and brats, if you want to get a true taste of Milwaukee, these are the must-try locally-made culinary delights.

  1. Milwaukee’s only urban cheese factory is in Walker’s Point, located in an ecologically-friendly and sustainable building. Fulfill your cheese curd craving with their fresh cheddar cheese curds, or try their quark, chevre, or cheddar cheese all made daily.

    138 W. Bruce Street
    Milwaukee, WI • 53204
    (414) 273-9711
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  2. At Indulgence, chocolate-making is an art. Handmade truffles and gourmet chocolate bars are as beautiful as they are tasty. Don’t miss a chocolate pairing class, where tempting confections are artfully paired with wine, beer, bourbon, craft cocktails, and more. Or stop into the store to pick up a bar to go – you can’t go wrong with their Milwaukee Chocolate bar: dark chocolate and sea salt with a custom design that includes iconic representations of the City of Milwaukee.

    211 S. 2nd Street
    Milwaukee, WI • 53204
    (414) 223-0123
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  3. Klement’s

    Sausage


    Klement’s

    The life-sized versions of their sausages can been seen racing around Miller Park on Brewers game days, but the edible versions have been made in Milwaukee for over 60 years.

    2650 S. Chase Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI • 53207
    (414) 744-2330
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  4. Milwaukee may be the frozen custard capital, but this ice cream spot is a beloved local favorite. Using milk from local dairies, the flavor combinations available span from “the classics” to “are you kidding me?” Try the Ice Cream Flight: four individual scoops for the indecisive ice cream consumer!

    205 S. 2nd Street
    Milwaukee, WI • 53204
    (414) 988-2521
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  5. With locations on Old World Third Street and inside the Milwaukee Public Market, it’s easy to pick up some Milwaukee-inspired spices to season your dishes with a taste of Milwaukee.

    1031 N. Old World Third Street
    Milwaukee, WI • 53203
    (414) 272-0977
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  6. Milwaukee is synonymous with bratwurst and every Milwaukeean knows that Usinger’s is the place to go for all your sausage needs. For over 130 years, Usinger’s has been making every variety of sausage right downtown on the German-centric Old World Third Street.

    1030 N. Old World Third Street
    Milwaukee, WI • 53203
    (414) 276-9100
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