Wisconsinites are called cheeseheads for a reason—so embrace the state’s cheesiest destinations (in a good way) in these high-quality cheese shops.
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.
Known as Wisconsin’s Cheese Curd Capital, Ellsworth produces 180,000 pounds per day and goes through 2.5 tons of cheese curds during their two-day festival.
Wisconsin has a plethora of farm-to-table dining options—all you have to do is book a seat at one of these farms for a delicious, property-raised and prepared meal.
More than a quaint and affordable way to eat, a diner is an edible snapshot of the communities they serve.
Wisconsin embraces the fish fry as an expected and much-loved dining option on Fridays. Find a fish fry in casual to stylish settings throughout the state.
Sure, we’re known for beer and cheese, but Wisconsin celebrates a lot more than that—savor the state’s best sips and bites at these fall and winter celebrations.
Brandy-loving Wisconsin is the top market for California-based Korbel, buying more than one-third of their annual production, but small-batch brandy from Badger State distilleries are gaining attention too.
Pie is a gorgeous vehicle for seasonal fruits, a genius way to make vegetables delicious and the best thing to hurl at a frenemy during a food fight. We’ve got eight places making some of Wisconsin’s most unique and tasty varieties—but don’t even think about starting a food fight at them!