On the heels of food halls thriving in other cities, Milwaukee has embraced the “all under one roof” culinary concept.
We sat down with Daniel Bonanno, a James Beard Award semifinalist for Rising Star Chef of the Year in 2013 and owner of Madison-based restaurant A Pig in a Fur Coat and the Alimentari deli.
The small town of West Bend, 40 minutes north of Milwaukee — named for being on the Milwaukee River’s westward bend — is quickly becoming an artsy hub.
Midway between Milwaukee and Door counties and hugging Lake Michigan for a 30-mile stretch is Manitowoc County, home to the new Wisconsin Coastal Food Trail.
Does a mug of hot chocolate or coffee sound perfect, post-cross-country skiing? Door County’s coffee-shop scene has you covered.
Fall and winter is the perfect time to visit a new winery to expand your tasting palate—and savor Wisconsin’s scenery.
Wisconsinites are called cheeseheads for a reason—so embrace the state’s cheesiest destinations (in a good way) in these high-quality cheese shops.
Dan Jacobs and Dan Van Rite own DanDan, EsterEv (an intimate dining experience located inside of DanDan with a guest-chef series) and Fauntleroy, all located in Milwaukee’s Third Ward.
Whether it’s a beer-and-brats crawl along Milwaukee’s Old World 3rd Street or gazing up at colorful murals in Ashland, Wisconsin is loaded with walking tour options, including these seven.