Despite Milwaukee’s founding by beer barons who emigrated from Germany, it wasn’t until seven years ago that beer gardens popped up again in Milwaukee County.
Milwaukee can be experienced in so many different ways. We show you four—all of which are fulfilling and fun. Take a journey with us, won’t you?
Indulge in sweet treats and dessert throughout Wisconsin, crafted by the Dairy State’s best pastry chefs and bakers.
Make this Mississippi River city your must-stop this fall and winter with plenty of arts and culture to experience, cuisine to taste and even craft brews to toast.
Considered Wisconsin’s Grand Dame hotel, the American Club—nestled in the company town of Kohler—celebrated its one hundredth birthday this past August.
Kenosha’s Italian immigrant history weaves a rich cultural and culinary story.
Plan your two-wheeled adventure on the Ozaukee Interurban Trail that offers plenty to see and do.
Sarah Holmes’ Wickman House and Trixie’s are excellent dining destinations when in the Door County area.
Indulge in a fun-filled jaunt to the scenic Lake Michigan communities Sheboygan and Kohler for killer views, eats and things to see.