We love our beer and cheese, but getting an authentic taste of Wisconsin when you’re visiting means all that and more. Bring home a little bit of Wisco in these state-made food products.
Milwaukee chef Justin Carlisle spreads the locavore love. Carlisle found his groove in his home state of Wisconsin when he opened Ardent in Milwaukee the fall of 2013.
Savor Wisconsin’s heritage in this icon-on-a-bun from some of the state’s tastiest brat places.
One thing that distinguishes a good supper club from other restaurants is its welcoming nature, the feeling that everybody belongs and nobody leaves as a stranger.
When you think of Door County, many things may come to mind – cherries, scenic Lake Michigan views, and of course the classic Door County fish boil.
Many know Wisconsin as the Dairy State, however, few realize that it holds another title — the largest producer of cranberries in the world.
Cheese curds are to Wisconsin what Key Lime Pie is to Key West, crabs to Maine, pastrami to New York City and smoky barbecue to Texas.
An easy 10-minute car drive south of downtown is the gateway to Bay View – Milwaukee’s dining and imbibing neighborhood of the moment.
In Wisconsin, a Bloody Mary is more of a meal than a cocktail. If you think a Bloody Mary is just tomato juice, vodka and a pickle, these Bloody Mary professionals have a surprise for you.